About Us


    Brandywine Materials LLC distributes Sulzer Mixpac, Sulzer Cox and KM (Kroger Mixpac) products for mixing and dispensing adhesives. Products include cartridges, dispensing guns and static mixers. Static mixer brands include: Mixpac, Quadro and Statomix.

    Dispensing guns are available in the following styles: one- and two-component handheld manual, pneumatic, battery and semi-automated table top models.  Dispensers are available in sizes ranging from 25 ml up to 1,500 ml, in ratios that include 1:1, 2:1, 3:2, 4:1 and 10:1.

    Information about our cartridges and dispensing guns can be found at: brandywinematerials.com and www.brandywine.tc .

    We also source adhesives, chemicals and other technical materials such as composites for fabricating electronic components.

    Contact: admin@brandywinematerials.com  or telephone  401-526-9856.


    Brandywine Materials LLC (formerly Brandywine Associates) distributes products both domestically and worldwide, including North America, South America, Asia and the Middle East.

    Contact: admin@brandywinematerials.com  or telephone  401-526-9856.

    Order Fulfillment

    Brandywine Materials, LLC has a large inventory of products at our warehouse in Woonsocket, RI.  The warehouse is conveniently located near several major highways.

    Orders are typically shipped via Fedex, UPS, TNT and others. We also ship using international freight forwarders by air or ocean carrier. Customers often request shipping via their recommended carrier.

    Multi-pallet orders can be shipped by air or ocean going freight.

    Payment Methods

    • Visa
    • MasterCard
    • American Express
    • Wire Transfer
    • Check
    • PayPal

    The Company

    • In business since 2001. Founded by Ed Stein – General Manager. Ed holds a Ph.D. in organic chemistry from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
    • Expertise
      • Adhesive Technology (Formulating, Manufacturing and Applications)
      • Manufacturing processes
      • Technical materials (Composites, specialty chemicals, additives, etc.).

    The Name “Brandywine”

    We are often asked if we distribute alcoholic beverages. Actually the name derives from the Revolutionary War battle at Brandywine Creek in Southeastern Pennsylvania. Details of this historical event can be found at http://www.ushistory.org/brandywine/thestory.htm

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