May 2020 [Donated Face Shields to Medical Institutions]
With the spread of the new coronavirus infections, there is a shortage of products, to reduce the risk of infection, such as face shields, gowns, and masks.
In response to this situation, the Fukushima Prefecture Medical Welfare Equipment Industry Council has initiated activities for the development and manufacture of products by member companies to supply the missing items in the medical field, such as face shields to medical institutions and support the medical system.
Our company’s Fukushima factory participated in this activity as a corporate member and started the trial production from April. As a result, we have presented the completed face shields to the Fukushima Association for Clinical Engineers through the Council.
We are planning to prepare the mass production system after hearing the opinions of the medical staff and incorporating any improvements. We will continue to make efforts to support the medical system.
Features of our face shield
(1) Disposable type
(2) Material [body: corriboard, film: PET] *Can be discarded as resource waste
(3) Assembly type, easy to transport
Matsuo Kanno, manager of Fukushima factory, participated in the ceremony (right)
Feb. 2020 [Interviewed by the Nihon Keizai Shimbun for “Development of Quantum Computers Supported by Craftsmanship”]
We take pride in the technological development and production of our connectors so that our customers can be satisfied with our coaxial connectors, which supports the world’s most advanced technology.
Among such products are coaxial connectors developed and produced by our company. They are used in quantum computers and can be used at extremely low temperatures. The connectors are produced by applying our design and production technology for ultra-small, high-frequency coaxial connectors.
A university professor who regularly uses our coaxial connectors introduced our company to the Nihon Keizai Shimbun (Nikkei Inc.). Then the newspaper publisher visited our production plant in Akita Prefecture (Kazuno Connector Co., Ltd.) in early February 2020 and interviewed us.
The contents were published in the Nihon Keizai Shimbun article (page 21) dated Feb. 24, 2020, and partially in an electronic version.
We are further committed to developing coaxial connectors that are useful in the most advanced fields. Please feel free to contact us for any requirements.
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