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01Message

As symbolized by the recent abnormal weather, the effects of increasing greenhouse gas has a significant impact on the global environment.
In order to protect the global environment, we have to choose as much as possible the means that do not place a burden on the environment in our daily activities as well as in our corporate activities.

In order to fulfill our corporate social responsibility and become a foundation for survival, we proposed a switch from steam heaters that rely mainly on a fossil energy to the self-regulating heater that use electrical energy with less environmental impact, and we aim to help you.

In addition, the effects of water leakage from piping are not limited to the loss of property value, contamination of the human body due to harmful substances, and adverse effects on the surrounding environment, and the cost and labor required for recovery are beyond imagination.

  • Pipeline anti-corrosion measures to ensure safety against leaks from pipelines buried underground for decades or more
  • A water leak detection system that quickly detects leakage that can lead to serious loss or contamination, as a result of being left unattended for a long time, resulting in a large amount of leaks.

We will contribute not only to sales of products, but also to engineering for the above technologies by reducing the burden on the global environment.
Through corporate activities, we will increase the value for all stakeholders and contribute to society.

President Keiichiro Yamashita

02Overview

Company name TECHNO KASHIWA COPRORATION
Establishment 1, August, 1995 (spun off form KASHIWA Co., Ltd.)
Capital stock JPY 78,000,000
President Keiichiro Yamashita
Offices location

- Head office
7F, #7 Koike-BLD, 2-3-6 MInami-Shinagawa, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo 140-0004 Japan
fax. +81-3-3472-2523
tel. +81-3-3472-2491

- Osaka office
9F, HIranomachi Yachiyo-BLD, 1-8-13 Hiranomachi, Osaka Chuo-ku, Osaka
541-0046 Japan
fax. +81-6-6222-2650
tel. +81-6-6222-2636

- Sapporo office
3-1-10 Kita40-jo, Higashi-ku, Sapporo
007-0840 Japan
tel. +81-11-742-3050

Principal banks - The bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi, Ltd. (Marunouchi Branch)
- Mizuho Bank, Ltd. (Shibuya-Chuo Branch)
- Kiraboshi Bank, Ltd. (Head office)
- The Shoko Chukin Bank, Ltd. (Oomori Branch)
Affiliated company Kashiwa Co., Ltd.
Member of organization - JAPAN ELECTRO-HEAT CENTER
- Japan Ship Machinery & Equipment Association
- Japan Water Steel Pipe Association
- Japan Food & Industry Club
Line of business
  • Design, Installation, and Sales of the Self-regulating heating system
  • Design, Installation, and Sales of the Mineral-Insulated heating system
  • Design, Installation, and Sales of the Liquid leak detecting & locating system
  • Sales of the Heat-Shrinkable sheet
Main suppliers - nVent Japan Co., Ltd
- SEAL FOR LIFE Industries
- Heat Trace Products, LLC
- Heat Trace Limited

03History

1947
Three Yamashita brothers, Saburo, Haro and Toyoro established KASHIWA CO., LTD.
1950
Sabro left KASHIWA CO.LTD. and become president of YAMASHITA LINE in 1960.
1953
KASHIWA CO.LTD. started manufacturing fire fighting system for ship.
1965
KASHIWA.CO.LTD. started to design cargo handling gear.
1970
KASHIWA CO.LTD. started manufacturing INERT GAS SYSTEM.
1986
Concluded and distributer agreement with Tyco Electronics Raychem (Formerly Raychem Corp.) for design, installation and sale of the self-regulation Heaters and the liquid leak detection system.
1994
KASHIWA CO.LTD. established engineering division.
1995
Engineering Division was independent form KASHIWA CO.LTD and established TECHNO KASHIWA.
2000
Three Yamashita brothers, Saburo, Haro and Toyoro established KASHIWA CO., LTD.
2001
TECHNO KASHIWA started to supply the heat shrinkable sheet.
2002
TECHNO KASHIWA started to supply MI cable.
2010
TECHNO KASHIWA built experiment module at TUKUBA PLUNT of KASHIWA CO.LTD.

04Research & Development facilities

Experiment module

In November 2010, we set up an equipment for freezing experiments at our affiliates Kashiwa Tech site. From the adjacent monitor room, it is possible to monitor and record the temperature states and progress of piping, containers, and other objects within the freezing room. By using state-of-the-art digital recorders, it is also possible to process data on computers. From freeze protection to maintaining process heating, various verification tests are carried out focusing on self regulating heating cable due to electrical heating. We will continue to strive to create a new application.

Location In the Tsukuba factory of Kashiwa Co., Ltd.
Kutsukake-Kogyo-Danchi, 1165-9 Kutsukake,
Bando-city, Ibaragi, 306-0515 Japan
Min. Environment Temp. -25℃
Labo. size Length 20ft (6.058m) x Width 8ft (2.438m) x Height 8ft 6inch (2.59m)
Temp. CTRL. x8 units
Data logger Equipped with digital data logger