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Toray Industries Develops Environmentally-friendly Nano-alloyed Polyester Film with High Thermostability and Moldability

Tokyo, Feb 13, 2006 (JCN) - Toray Industries has developed a plant-derived, nano-alloyed polyester film.

Leveraging the company's proprietary precise polymerization and nanostructure control technologies, the newly-developed material excels in heat-resistance, durability, flexibility, moldability, transparency and chemical resistance.

Toray envisions applications in a wide range of industries, particularly the construction, consumer electronics and automobile industries.

By Aki Tsukioka Contributor

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