SEKISUI CHEMICAL CO., LTD. Launches Sales of Interlayer Film with Milky-white Gradation for Laminated Glass for Constructions

SEKISUI CHEMICAL CO., LTD. (tokyo:4204) subsidiary, the High Performance Plastics Company, will begin in March 2014 sales of "Cielora(TM)" the new interlayer film with milky-white gradation for laminated glass for constructions with combined designability and safety.

The interlayer film for laminated glass is a resin film that improves all manners of functions, one function being glass spatter prevention; this prevention is because the film is sandwiched between two layers of glass.Sekisui Chemical has seen smooth growth to now hold the world's No. 1 share (Sekisui Chemical estimate) through development centered on automobiles and technology to improve the high performance of interlayer film as the S-LEC(TM) brand.

"Cielora(TM)" is the world's first (according to Sekisui Chemical research) interlayer film with excellent designability and milky-white gradation for a naturally beautiful flow in addition to glass spatter prevention and UV filtering, which are the basic functions of an interlayer film. There were major reactions when we exhibited reference samples at Glasstec 2012, which is the world's largest EU glass exhibition. The world's first milky-white gradation interlayer film "Cielora(TM)" creates a new interlayer film market in the construction field by adding the fresh viewpoint of designability.

"Cielora(TM)" Features

(1) Safety and Crime Prevention The product prevents spatter and penetration by flying shards if the glass breaks, and is also effective in crime prevention.

(2) UV Filtering Performance The product cuts off over 99% of UV light, which burns skin and causes interior discoloration and wear.

(3) Designability The beautiful gradation enables high designability for buildings and presents spaces with a high degree of freedom. It also lends the glass the ability to protect privacy through shielding bothersome lines of sight.


SEKISUI CHEMICAL will continue to develop the frontiers of "Creation of Housing/Social infrastructure" and "Chemical Solutions", utilizing its prominent technology and quality, thereby contributing to people's lives around the world and the global environment. Sekisui Chemical was established in 1947, and currently has over 200 affiliated companies and over 20,000 employees worldwide. Consolidated sales of the Sekisui Chemical Group for FY2012 were 1.0324 trillion yen.

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