Polarizing film is roughly divided into two types: iodine-type film with superior optical characteristics and dye-type film with superior heat-resistant characteristics.
Behind the high durability and high quality of our polarizing films are dyes and adhesives jointly developed with our parent company Nippon Kayaku, a leading dye manufacturer in Japan.
LCD projectors require polarizing film and plates durable enough to resist strong light sources.
Our company's ProFlux™ polarizers and inorganic polarizers enable bright big-screen images.
Our ProFlux™inorganic polarizers boast high durability far exceeding that of organic polarizing film.
Not only are they capable of polarizing visible light but also infrared and ultraviolet light as well.
Our company continues to pursue “Light-Controlling” components even for the X-ray domain.
MOXTEK Inc., our subsidiary, develops and manufactures key components for portable type fluorescent X-ray analyzers.
Backed by our long-standing technology nurtured through the manufacture of polarizing film for LCDs, our company is expanding the scope of technology to develop and supply a variety of other optical functional components.