Compounding Technology is one of several design approaches used to confer properties such as flame retardant and weather resistance to tent sheets, mesh, and covers as required by application. Based on their functionality and cost performance various properties can be created and adjusted by adding new materials to polymeric materials.
After years of extensive research and development, HIRAOKA has constructed an original compounding technology.
The collective term for resin, that when exposed to heat, flows and then solidifies after it cools down.
|Main Polymeric Materials||General Versatility||Cost||Flame Retardant||Welder Property||Heat-sealing Property|
|Soft Polyvinyl Chloride||◎||Reasonable||○||○||○|
|Soft Olefin Polymer||△||Slightly expensive||×||×||○|
|Fluorine-based Resin||△||Considerably expensive||○||×||○|
Hardened by adding heat.