About Us

Techevon was founded in March 2008

as a company that would offer consulting services to Anodizers with the goal to improve their productivity. During the early phase of the business it became apparent that there was a good business opportunity to develop products particularly dyes that were made specifically to meet anodizers expectations. Techevon recognized that most of the productivity improvements were dependent on customers using the right products for their applications and matching the anodizing conditions including racking to enhance productivity.

Recognizing this void of making products specifically for anodizing Techevon decided to become a manufacturing supplier to the business. Whereas most suppliers if not all dedicated their efforts in sourcing products and blending them as required, Techevon emphasized to develop products to meet specific needs and developed molecules and blends that gave unique properties that our customers enjoy today.

Pinakin Patel , who started Techevon has the unique experience of working in Anodizing plants as well as a supplier to anodizers. His experience, as the Vice-President of Pioneer Metal Finishing the largest job shop anodizer in the US allows him to understand all of the expectations of large anodizers and their customers.

As an Industry Line Manager for Clariant he had the opportunity to run the North American Metal Finishing business for Clariant where he was responsible for the development of the entire product line for Clariant. His contribution to Clariant involved patents on environmentally friendly sealing systems for anodizing and interference coloring of anodized aluminum.

At Techevon, all of this experience has resulted in products, specifically dyes for anodizing aluminum that are industry leading in performance. Techevon compliments this with customer service that allows our customers to run their dye tanks at greater than 85% efficiency.

At Techevon we pride ourselves in product development and product enhancement. Our Research and Development includes new products and improvements to existing products. This effort has resulted in several new molecules some of which have been TSCA registered for sales in the US. Our current effort is to develop dyes that can be sealed using hot DI water, thus mitigating the need for Nickel sealing.