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History of Inorganic Material Department

1926 Started manufacturing potassium ferricyanide for blueprint
1940 Appointed as a manufacturer of potassium ferricyanide for blueprint by government
1947 Started manufacturing and distributing colors for ceramic wares.
1951 Developed, manufactured, and distributed glass colors.
1976 Started manufacturing and sales of low-melting point glass for electronic components
1977 Developed, manufactured, and distributed EX colors for automobiles.
Developed, manufactured, and distributed low melting point glass frits.
1980 Started manufacturing and sales of pastes for plasma display panels
1982 Started manufacturing and sales of glass pastes for chip resistors
1983 Opened a new laboratory for an Inorganic Chemicals Dept.
1989 Opened a new factory for materials for precision processing.
1997 Started manufacturing and sales of glass products for ceramic condenser
Started manufacturing and sales of lead-free EX COLOR for car
2000 Opened a new west buiding for an Inorganic Chemicals Dept.
Started manufacturing and sales of pastes for plasma display panels
2001 Started manufacturing and sales of lead-free GLASS COLOR
2003 Started manufacturing and sales of lead-free conductive pastes
2005 Developed ITO nano-particle paste in collaboration with Osaka Municipal Technical Research Institute and Tomoe Seisakusho Co., Ltd. and started sample providing.
2008 Started manufacturing and sales of chromium-free black-color inorganic pigments
Increased manufacturing lines of EX COLOR for car
2010 Started manufacturing and sales of Nanosmart SK (Paste for thin functional coat, titanium-oxide base product)
2013 Started manufacturing and sales of Protector series (Coating solution for thin functional films by sol-gel method, silica-base product)
2016 Opened Advanced Technology Center (West) in Osaka

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