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Fire and heat resistant "Super FX3200-2"

Photos taken on March 18, 2006. Click any one to see an enlargement.

Cardboard coated with heat resistant Ecosera coat Cardboard coated with heat resistant Ecosera coat

Cardboard from a normal cardboard box that has been coated with Super FX3200-2. The flame is approximently 1700 degrees C but the cardboard does not burn nor even gets black on the side opposite the coating. Notice Mr. Fujii is holding his hand directly on the other side of the cardboard. He can hardly feel the heat.

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Watch a 4 minute video of a cardboard box coated with Super FX3200-2 to make it completely fireproof!
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Watch a demonstration of a torch against a cardboard coated with Super FX3200-2!


  1. An experiment showing the heat resistant qualities of Mr. Fuji's product on a steel plate using an acetylene torch with a temperature of 1700 c.
  2. An experiment using Mr. Fuji's "takara board" showing that the heat of a torch cannot damage the board or pass through to the other side of the board.
  3. An experiment fireproofing cardboard as used in making a cardboard box.
  4. An experiment showing the fire extinguishing properties of his product named, "High Shocker." Though the product is water based, it extinguishes a kerosene fire.

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