heat resistance

Nitta Develops New Pressure Sensor Sheets For Use in High Temperatures

Nitta Corp. (TYO:5186) plans to launch sales in September for a new series of heat-resistant pressure sensor sheets. The company sees these sheets as being used in measurement systems for surface pressure distribution. Made using a proprietary manufacturing method, the new sheets are able to function in high-temperature environments of up to 200 degrees Celsius. The series will be available...

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Mitsui Chemicals to Strengthen Sales Efforts for Highly Heat-Resistant EPDM Rubber

Mitsui Chemicals Inc. (TYO:4183) has recently announced that it will step up its market development efforts for a highly heat-resistant metallocene-based grade of ethylene propylene diene monomer (EPDM) rubber in a move to boost sales. The chemical giant’s heat-resistant grade of EPDM rubber is able to withstand temperatures 30 degrees higher than conventional alternatives. Last fiscal year, the company started...

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Food Industry Snaps Up Heat-Resistant Totaku Hose

Totaku Industries Inc. is seeing strong sales for its heat- and water-resistant TAC Eco Line hose. Able to withstand temperatures of 100 degrees Celsius for sustained periods, the hose can be used for hot-water washing. This makes it particularly useful for the food industry, where sanitary control is essential. The new hose features an upgraded resistance to pressure while still...

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Bando Chemical Focuses on Flame-Resistant Conveyor Belts to Meet Infrastructure Demand

Bando Chemical Industries Ltd. (TYO:5195) has decided to focus on selling and developing conveyor belts, leveraging the company’s technological prowess for steep incline conveyor belts, pipe conveyor belts and flame resistant conveyor belts. The decision comes in an effort to meet demand assumed by such large-scale infrastructure projects as the Tokyo Olympics and the Linear Chuo Shinkansen bullet train line....

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