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Sekisui Chemical Group Exhibited at "Glasstec 2012"
Nov 5, 2012
SEKISUI CHEMICAL CO., LTD
S-LEC Film (Interlayer Film) Division of Sekisui Chemical's High Performance Plastics Company and SEKISUI S-LEC B.V. exhibited at "Glasstec 2012", which is the largest exhibition of glass-related products in the world, hosted in Dusseldorf, Germany.

On this occasion, the Sekisui Chemical exhibition booths were divided into two areas, "automotive" and "architect", and the excellent product functions, and environmental performances such as reductions in CO2 emissions, etc., were introduced via demonstration units that enabled hands-on comparisons, and panel displays and tablet terminals, etc.
Many clients visited the Sekisui Chemical booths during the four days of the exhibition, and there were major reactions regarding the milky-white interlayer films for architect (gradation type) in particular, which were being exhibited for the first time.
We would like to thank deeply all the customers who supported and cooperated with us, and who attended the exhibition.

Overview of Exhibition

  Dates : 23 to 26 October 2012
  Venue : Dusseldorf Exhibition Center, Germany

The venue entrance

The venue entrance 
Panorama of the exhibition booths

Panorama of the exhibition booths

 

 

The milky-white interlayer films for architect (gradation type), which were being exhibited forthe first time

The milky-white interlayer films for architect
(gradation type), which were being exhibited
forthe first time

Demonstration of wedge-shaped interlayer film for HUD

Demonstration of wedge-shaped interlayer
 film for HUD


Related Sites

  S-LEC Film (Interlayer Film) Division
  SEKISUI S- LEC B.V.


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