Research Frontiers Licensee Hitachi Chemical Announces Expansion Of Production Capacity For SPD Film

Research Frontiers is pleased to inform you that its licensee Hitachi Chemical Company, Ltd. announced details about its new production facility and the expansion of its production capacity for roll-coated, wide-width suspended particle device (SPD) light-control film.

Hitachi Chemical is now supplying commercially usable film to end-product licensees of Research Frontiers for the automotive, architectural, marine and aircraft markets.With its newly completed coating line dedicated to production of SPD film, Hitachi Chemical reports that it has expanded its production capacity of SPD film to 400,000 square meters (4.3 million square feet) per year.
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