Message from President
Ever since we started, our company has been using water atomization to create and bring nonferrous, ferrous, and precious metal powders to the world. Today, these metal powders are being consumed throughout the world in vast quantities and are used as the raw materials for bearings for various precision parts and other components. Meanwhile, these metal powders have also become indispensable manufacturing ingredients, used as insulating or conducting components, including as electronic micro-electrodes.
Our company is built on basic manufacturing technology. We are constantly improving this technology and working hard to serve your needs.
|Name||Nippon Atomized Metal Powders Corporation|
|Foundation||Established in 1964|
|Capital||324.75 million yen|
and Noda Plant
|87-16 Nishi-sangao, Noda, Chiba, 278-0015, Japan
Telephone.+81 4 7125 6677 Fax. +81 4 7125 6839
Area of site 9,450㎡
Area of plant building 6,919㎡
|Tsukuba Plant||2200-47 Minamikatura-cho, Ushiku, Ibaraki, Japan
Area of site 36,364㎡
Area of plant building 4,120㎡
|Activities||Manufacturing and sales of Copper powder, Silver powder and
Soft magnetic Alloy powder etc.
Head office and Noda plant
■ By Train
・30min. Ueno-Kashiwa(Joban Line)
Transfer Tobu Noda Line.
10min. Umesato-Our Company(Taxi)
・30min. Akihabara - Kashiwano-ha
15min. Kashiwano-ha-Our Company(Taxi)
■ By Train
・50min. Ueno-Ushiku(Joban Line)
20min. Ushiku-Our Company(Taxi)
30min. Tsuchiura-Our Company(Taxi)
|1964||Nippon Atomized Metal Powders Corp.
was established with capital of 4 million yen.
Started production of non-ferrous metal
by using water atomization method in, Noda, Japan.
|1968||Concluded Patent License Contract With Japan Science and Technology Corporation (JST)
which is a patent management organization belonging to Institute of Metal Material
Technology of the Science and Technology Agency.
|1974||Started production of low apparent density bronze powder based on our original technology.|
|1977||Increased company's capital to 16 million yen.|
|1980||New plant was completed in Noda Industrial Site, Noda, Japan,
and the production site was moved to the new plant.
|1982||Increased company's capital to 24 million yen.|
|1986||Succeeded in development of technology of "Production of Super Fine Particle Alloy Powder"
committed by Japan Science and Technology Corporation (JST).
Certified exclusive right of operation.
|1987||The super fine particle alloy powder was named as SF powder
and production and sale of the product was started.
|1988||Production line for ferrous SF powder was completed.|
|1991||Increased company's capital to 30 million yen.|
|1996||Reduction system that uses pure hydrogen and pure nitrogen was completed.|
|1998||Started commercial production of 2.5 um copper and silver powders
by water atomization method and started sales in conductive paste applications.
|2000||Increased company's capital to 300 million yen.|
|2002||Succeeded in development of 1um copper and silver powders by water atomization method.|
|2004||New fabrication plant for SF powders, new analysis room and new warehouse were completed.|
|2005||Increased company's capital to 324 million yen.|
|2012||New Plant [Tsukuba Plant] for manufacturing super fine powder was completed.|