Technology/Product Development Flow
All three divisions of printing and dyeing, soil improvement and plant activation, and fine ceramics are developing, manufacturing and selling technologies and products. We can challenge product development and product improvement that incorporate client’s needs.
Technical sales staff and engineers familiar with our technologies will listen to your requests. If necessary, we will visit the site in which the product will actually be used in order to properly grasp the environment and conditions. We will then choose the most suitable technology and product.
Testing and verification
Based on our interview and surveys, our rock-solid research organization conducts repeated verification tests (ascertaining the structure, checking reactions, analyzing, developing, verifying results). We then try to develop innovative products with more accurate, more precise, more valuable technology.
After delivery, if you have any trouble with our products, feel free to contact us. We also provide advice on usage to help you make the best use of their performance and effects. It gives us the greatest pleasure to see our clients satisfied with our technologies and products.
Printing and Dyeing
Pretty prints on elastic fabrics
Mainly used for applying logos on T-shirts and sportswear, our solution is flexible enough to retain its shape without cracking, even on stretchy knit fabrics. We use resin inks for white mark printing and mat color printing.
Aiming to achieve a sense of fashion through surface design of textiles
We have technologies to give polyester ripple effect or transparent appearance or make it crinkly. With these processes, textiles can be given a range of expressions. In this process heat-expanded film formation ink is applied to the textiles, and then heat is used to soften and deform the fibers into the desired shape.
Rejuvenating the resist-printing agents used for screen printing
Conventional activated carbon resist-printing agents (which work through adsorption) are not suitable for auto-screen printing or rotary screen printing due to the poor coloring of dyes and the properties of the activated carbon particles. So we have developed a brand-new resist-printing agent that doesn’t use activated carbon and which physically prevents dye penetration.
Dots coloring for diverse expression
Referred to as single-unit multi-color speck printing, this technology comprises an encapsulated agent for dispersion, acid, reactive, and cation dyes. Encapsulated dyes enable dots coloring respectively.
Soil improvement and Plant activation
Soil improvement agent
As the agent is watered to the soil, it instantly gives the soil a more porous, aggregate structure. It improves; water permeability, water holding capacity and air permeability.
Soil permeation agents
These agents help water to permeate through the soil and its colonies of microorganisms. It eliminates water stress for plants and spreads fertilizer and pesticides through the soil.
These agents contain amino acids, vitamins, sugar and other essential elements for plants. As they are absorbed into a plant, they activate its metabolism to facilitate synthesis of nucleic acid and proteins.
These agents are sprayed to color sports turfs and gardens into a natural green. They also melt frost and facilitate growth.
Dielectric ceramics for microwaves
These ceramic can pass only a limited microwaves. They are used in antennas for satellite broadcasting, GPS, and portable communication devices such as cellphones. Dielectric ceramics are expected to be an area of further advancement.
PZT piezoelectric ceramics
It is a ceramic that expands and contracts when electricity is applied. This has applications in high-resolution speaker, ultrasonic diagnosis devices, fish finders and ultrasonic sensors.
PTC ceramic is resistance value rises sharply when electricity is applied. These products are mainly used for heaters, overheat protection and overcurrent protection.
It is a ceramic that charge and releases electricity. This is essential for electronic devices, as it is used in substations and blinking lights ― and especially in electronic circuits.