SOUFA certified by Japan Wood Preservation Association

I would like to report that SOUFA has been certified as an excellent wood preservative (certification number A-5465) by the Japan Wood Preservation Association.
Since it was certified on April 27, 2017, it can be applied to the grade 3 of deterioration measures of long-term excellent certified houses in the future.

We believe that this will provide a new point of contact with customers.
It took about five years to get certified, but I am relieved to be able to get to the acquisition somehow. Several companies have already obtained boric acid certification, which are based on disodium octaborate tetrahydrate (Timboa).
Because SOUFA is not a tinboa base but a completely new sodium polyborate, it can be said that it is the first boric acid-based termiticide certification besides 8 boric acid.