Idemitsu Technofine, Co., Ltd.
|Idemitsu Technofine, Co., Ltd. Patent applications|
|Patent application number||Title||Published|
|20110009516||ULTRAVIOLET-CURABLE COATING AGENT AND MOLDED ARTICLE - A ultraviolet-curable coating agent contains: a hydrophilic polymer having the specific structure represented by the following general formula (1); a polymerization-reactive urethane oligomer; a water-soluble monomer; a photo polymerization initiator; and a water-absorptive filler. The polymerization-reactive urethane oligomer is preferably formed of a carboxyl-group-containing dihydroxyl compound, polymer polyol, organic diisocyanate compound and hydroxyl-group-containing acrylic ester, and a number average molecular weight of the polymerization-reactive urethane oligomer is preferably 1000 to 10000. By applying the ultraviolet-curable coating agent onto a front face of a substrate, an ink-receiving layer having excellent ink absorptivity, drying characteristics of printed images, bleeding resistance, anti-tacking and water resistance can be formed.||01-13-2011|
|20100215957||FIBER CROSS-LINKED BODY AND MANUFACTURING METHOD OF FIBER CROSS-LINKED BODY - A cross-linked fiber is provided by cross-linking a fiber made of polyglutamic acid sodium of molecular weight of 200,000 or more and a polymer cross-linking agent. The polymer cross-linking agent is preferably a polymer having an oxazoline group or a polymer having an epoxy group. The cross-linked fiber is manufactured by: spinning threads from a solution in which the material is mixed by an electrostatic spinning to form a fiber and a fiber assembly; and heating the fiber and the fiber assembly to form the cross-linked fiber.||08-26-2010|
|20090149095||Fiber Treatment Agent, Fiber Treated With Such Fiber Treatment Agent, Fiber Fabric, Laminate And Method For Treating Fiber - A fiber treatment agent contains components (a) and (b). A fiber treated with the fiber treatment agent and a fiber fabric including the fiber are also provided. The component (a) an insoluble egg-shell membrane fine powder with a mean particle size of 0.1 to 10 μm while the component (b) is a synthetic resin emulsion or a synthetic resin solution.||06-11-2009|
Patent applications by Idemitsu Technofine, Co., Ltd.