Acrylic Pressure Sensitive Adhesives (PSA) ―To Create New Value for Your Needs
COPONYL is pressure sensitive adhesive(PSA) resin made mainly from acrylic acid ester using such solvents as ethyl acetate and toluene. The demand for PSA is increasing and expanding: they are now used in a wide range of applications including labels, single/double-sided tapes, foams, and electronic applications such as protective masking films.
SHINKOLITE™ is the registered trade name of Mitsubishi Chemical's continuous cast acrylic sheet. Known as acrylic resin, this material has excellent weather resistance, stainability, and processability properties, and so is used in many applications such as signage, display, large water tanks, LCDs, and light guide plates. We will continue to leverage these properties and develop new products such as the flame-retardant and impact-resistant grades of SHINKOLITE. It is our goal to provide environmentally friendly products that make society safer and help people to have more comfortable and prosperous lives.
Methacrylic resin is an extremely high-quality material and is sometimes referred to as the "queen of plastics" due to having the highest degree of transparency among plastics as well as other excellent properties including weather resistance, chemical resistance, hardness, and attractiveness. This material is used in many products used in everyday life such as automobiles, building materials, household appliances, and optical goods.
Rodscope is a regular arrangement of rod lenses on a substrate often used as a key device in compact and lightweight image scanners such as multifunction printers and fax machines that use the contact image scanner (CIS) method.
We have been engaged since 1975 in the development, manufacture, and sale of acrylic (PMMA) films through a combination of our unique in-house polymer design and thin film forming technologies.
ACRYPLEN (acrylic film) features the excellent transparency, weatherability, suitability for heat-molding and lamination processing. In addition, it has outstanding UV protection, making it ideal for use as a construction material, a paint-alternative, and a retro reflective material, as well as for a wide range of applications in the field of optical engineering. Mitsubishi Chemical is a pioneer in the development of acrylic films, and the Company’s lineup encompasses products with a wide variety of thicknesses, widths, and differing degrees of flexibility/rigidity.