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Chase Corp Introduces Chase Fabrilam

Chase Corp.Introduces Chase FabrilamChase Corp., Randolph, Mass., has introduced Chase Fabrilam, a deeply embossed, metalized, laminated film product. The fabric, which is radiant silver on one side and hospital blue on the other, is suitable for a variety of applications that require a heat barrier on one side. Fabrilam is manufactured using a latex-free, FDA-approved, solventless adhesive. It will not scuff, flake or chip, according to Chase.Possible applications for the product include disposable medical garments, patient warming and emergency blankets and window treatments. Fabrilam is available on rolls up to 54 inches wide in thicknesses of between 2.5 and 4 mils.June 2002




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