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Processed Products

Carving products

We can meet the customers’ needs by processing the material into various shapes.

NiKKi Fron Gasket PN NK311

NiKKi Fron O-Ring PN NK340

NiKKi Fron Back-up Ring PN NK345

NiKKi Fron Piston Ring PN NK351

Characteristics
Ring?shaped products are for a wide variety of machinery requiring heat resistance and chemical resistance.

Available sizes
Φ6-Φ800
Please feel free to contact us about special sizes.
PN NK351


V-shaped Sealing PN NK331

Characteristics
The sealing in the cross section surface is a V-shape. It is effective under the high pressure of cylinders and pumps.

Available sizes
Φ6-Φ600
Please feel free to contact us about special sizes.
PN NK331


NiKKi Fron Cutting products PN NK316

Characteristics
We are able to meet the needs of various products, from mass produced products to custom made products, as well as a wide range of products in various fields.

Available sizes
Please contact us about the measurements.
PN NK316


NiKKi Fron W-type bellows / wavy-shape bellows PN NK380

Characteristics
A cylindrical processed product that is stretchable and used to protect sliding parts from the chemical and pipe works.

Available sizes
Φ15-Φ600
Please let us know the conditions of usage. We can meet your requirements through design.
PN NK380




Welding / Fusion

We meet the wide range of variations through our rich experience and technologies.

NiKKi Fron Special processed products / Welding Products / Fusion products PN NK316

Characteristics
Add above, with exclusive designing carried out by CAM, polymer welding (using medium) and fusion (adhesion of materials), we comply with the broad variations of your needs.

Available sizes
Please contact us about the measurements.
PN NK316



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Business Cooperative Innovation Project (B-cip Nagano)
The University of Tokyo, Inaba Laboratory, Robot development, Domen Laboratory, New functional compound materials development
Waseda University, Faculty of Science and Engineering, Kouzai Laboratory
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