DOW CORNING

A Joint Venture

Founded in 1943 in Midland, Michigan, Dow Corning is a joint venture between Corning Glass and Dow Chemical.


Birth of the Silicone Industry

An innovative idea backed by industry expertise, Dow Corning became renowned for giving birth to the silicone industry.


For a Better Tomorrow

Since its establishment, Dow has been exploring silicone products to ease operations across industries including construction, healthcare, textiles, and plastics.

Huge Portfolio of Products

The company provides over 7,000 products including various sealants, adhesives, rubbers, lubricants, silicone oils and solvents.


Innovation Beyond Ages

Dow Corning offers advanced technology innovations to nanotechnology, plasma coating, and film deposition solutions, photonics, photovoltaics, and Silicon Biotechnology.


Working for the Customers

As an innovations based company, Dow Corning identifies market needs and offers exceptional silicone solutions that surpass the customer demands.

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Expertise. Research. Innovation.
Formulation expertise, complementary application know-how, R&D capabilities, and customer-first mentality, drive Dow Corning towards developing innovative silicon-based materials for diverse markets.

Company Profile


Dow Corning was founded in 1943 in Midland, Michigan after Corning Glass and Dow Chemical formed a joint venture for the development and manufacture of silicones. The joint venture that founded Dow Corning also gave birth to the silicone industry. Today, Dow Corning is the largest silicone product producer in the world. Dow Corning is a global leader in the silicone industry, specializing in silicone and silicon-based technology. The company provides over 7,000 products including various sealants, adhesives, rubbers, lubricants, silicone oils, and solvents. Today, Dow Corning has expanded its innovation efforts to nanotechnology, plasma coating, and film deposition solutions, photonics, photovoltaics, and Silicon Biotechnology. Dow Corning’s services cover a wide variety of industries such as electronics, automotive, construction, healthcare, and others.


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