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Flame Seal Products, Inc. Introduces Two New Hi-Tech Products to the Marketplace That Were Developed Through Recent Collaborations in Aerospace Projects

Published on 2005-09-07. Author : SpecialChem

HOUSTON -- Flame Seal Products, Inc., while working under several secrecy agreements in Aerospace and related fields, which restricts the Company's ability to disclose specifics to the public, has developed several new products while working under the restrictions of these agreements. Two of these products are now being introduced to the general marketplace, and are therefore disclosed to the public. (A third product will be introduced in the next 30-60 days by Flame Seal in conjunction with one of its strategic partners.)

Even though Flame Seal has developed what is recognized as the most effective intumescent fire protective coatings in their class, these new products represent still higher advancements. They are:

  • FX-100: The Company's most powerful product, has been improved by decreasing cure times, increasing water resistance, simplifying accelerated curing, and increasing the foaming action, which is the protection mechanism. This new version, called FX-RTC, is already passing tests superior to the original product in Aerospace. Samples are now being requested and delivered to numerous industries, including foam, fiberglass and plastics.
  • Wood Seal: The Company's Class B liquid penetrant for wood, has been improved in like manner to the improvements to FX-100, with quicker cures, high water resistance, and improved fire performance, adding FX-100-like intumescence to create a Class A, one step wood spray, which is an industry first.

Response to these new products in limited release has been extremely positive, which prompted the Company's decision to introduce and promote these new products with a wider industry focus.

FLAME SEAL PRODUCTS, INC. (FLMP) became a public company and began trading March 27, 2000 on the OTC (Non-BB "Pink Sheets") stock market. Flame Seal Products, Inc. is the Transfer Agent of record. Plans include completion of the Audits and S.E.C. filings as required to elevate the stock off the Pink Sheets, to the OTC Bulletin Board, and then to the AMEX thereafter. Audits are nearly complete, with S.E.C. filings to follow.

The "key" business strategy of Flame Seal is to create alliances with larger corporations, which quickly enhances the strength of the Company in each market by employing the networks for marketing, sales, applications, etc. that already exist within the structure of such Corporations.


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