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Chugoku Metalicon Industry Co., Ltd.

製造業

President
Morito KOMOTO (Mr.)
Year established
1964
Capital
10,000,000 yen
Sales
300,000,000 yen
Employees
24
Postal (zip) code
733-0833
Company address
8-8-21 Shoko Center, Nishi-ku, Hiroshima-shi
Phone
082-277-7040
Fax
082-277-7042
E-Mail
info@chu-meta.co.jp
URL
http://chu-meta.co.jp/
Company PR
Chugoku Metalicon Industry has been engaged in thermal spraying technology for 50 years. Complete with a plasma-spraying device, a plastic-spraying device and all other equipment necessary to handle all kinds of thermal spraying, Chugoku Metalicon Industry is responding to customer needs through its extensive accomplishments and high technology.
Major Products
Oxy-fuel spraying (flame spraying for metals/plastics)
Electric spraying (arc spraying/plasma spraying for ceramics)
High Velocity oxy-fuel spraying (HVOF spraying)
Blasting
Painting
Major Facilities/Equipment
Plasma-spraying machine 5
Electric arc spraying machine 10
HVOF spraying machine 5
Flame spraying machine 20
Thermal spraying robot 1
Technology Employed
Steel industry
Metal coating via thermal spraying machines.
Steel industry
Ceramics coating via thermal spraying machines.
Steel industry
Anti-corrosion painting.
Steel industry
Oxy-fuel spraying, electrical spraying.
Steel industry
Spray deposit tests based on JIS.
Steel industry
Microstructure analysis using optical microscopes.
Primary Area of Technical Expertise

Can handle thermal spraying of large structures, as well as machine parts. Are also capable of high quality processing using automatic thermal spraying machines, designed with know-how gained through long experience.

Future Business Challenges
Processing of new materials including special metals, hard metals and functionally gradient materials.
In response to customers’ needs, we intend to offer a package service, from the design stage through to the processing/production line.
Handle a wide range of surface technologies, based on thin-film forming technology (vacuum evaporation, sputtering, CVD, PVD).
Handle inspection of materials, analysis technology, R&D, etc.
Processing based on the technology to join different types of materials.
Future Technical Challenges
Steel industry
Handling of inspection/analysis technology and R&D, etc. of materials, etc.
Steel industry
Automation into NC machines and CAD/CAM.
Steel industry
Surface technology based on thin-film forming technology (vacuum evaporation, sputtering, CVD, PVD).
Steel industry
Processing of new materials including special metals, hard metal and functionally gradient materials.
Steel industry
Processing based on the technology to join different types of materials.
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