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New aqueous transparent FR coating

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Aqueous Transparent FR Coating
Aqueous Transparent FR Coating

Test combustion of paper with (right) and without Landex Coat Flame Retardant Clear treatment. © Teijin Limited Dainichi Giken, a pioneer of aqueous inorganic polymers in Japan, has co-developed a new aqueous transparent flame-retardant coating, Landex Coat Flame Retardant Clear, in partnership with Daimaru Kogyo, a leading Japanese chemical trading company, and Teijin, a technology-driven company with businesses in advanced fibres, plastics and films, composites, healthcare and information technology.

Landex Coat Flame Retardant Clear, the halogen-free aqueous transparent acrylic flame-retardant coating, is said to significantly improve the flame retardancy of diverse combustibles, including timbers, papers, fibres, rubbers and plastics. The transparent coating is simply applied to the surface to maintain the material’s original texture.