Water-soluble plastic films developed by a specialist in chemical materials
Hi-Selon is a water-soluble film made from polyvinyl alcohol.
It is available in a wide range of types, from those that are soluble in cold water to those that are soluble in hot water, to respond to diverse needs. With its excellent heat-sealing property and printability, Hi-Selon is ideal for use as a packaging material, but it also provides many other advantages, including high solvent resistance and gas barrier performance, which benefit diverse applications and are widely used as materials for packaging agricultural chemicals and pharmaceuticals, hygiene purposes, printing on curved surfaces, and as base materials for wigs and embroidery.
Structural Repair and Strengthening Carbon Fiber Fabric
Carbon fiber boasts many advantageous features:
It has a specific gravity just 1/4 that of iron, yet approximately 10 times the strength of steel, and it is highly chemically stable, making it resistant to salt damage.
Replark™ is a repair and reinforcement material made of unidirectional carbon fiber for steel and concrete structures. As a fabric, Replark™ can be applied to structures of various shapes and offers excellent workability.
The grade of Replark™ made with PAN-based carbon fibers can be used to enhance the load bearing capacity of such structures as bridge columns, while the high-elastic-modulus grade made with pitch-based carbon fibers can greatly reduce rebar stress.
e－Plate is a carbon fiber reinforced plastic strip manufactured by PULTRUSION method. Since it greatly increases the amount of reinforcement per unit width compared with a carbon fiber fabric. One strip of e-Plate enables great reinforcing effects to be obtained.