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Finding Usage of Transparent Flame-retardant PE

05/30/2016 10:40 PM

I had a success in developing transparent flame-retardant PE.

Initially it was designed for wrapping indusdtrial machines.

Now, we're finding other usage of 'transparent flame-retardant PE'

If you guys have any idea

Plz let me know

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Re: Finding usage of transparent flame-retardant PE

05/31/2016 5:55 AM

Packaging spam

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Re: Finding usage of transparent flame-retardant PE

05/31/2016 11:11 AM

That way you could cook the spam in the original PE wrapping. No need for a metal can anymore.

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Re: Finding Usage of Transparent Flame-retardant PE

05/31/2016 11:49 PM

In order to avoid duplication, please list the other usages you have found for your transparent flame-retardant PE.

LynDoor industries is currently developing a transparent flame-retardant glass. We were going to call it windows, but Microsoft sued us for trademark infringement.

If you have any ideas for a name, let us know.

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