Nomura Micro Science Co., Ltd.

About Nomura Micro Science Co., Ltd.

Nomura Micro Science Co., Ltd. engages in the design, installation, and sale of water treatment technologies in Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, China, and the United States. The company offers water treatment plants and equipment, including pure and ultra-pure water systems, pharmaceutical water production systems, wastewater treatment systems, and water reclamation systems. It also provides pretreatment systems, heat regenerative type membrane filtration equipment, coagulating sedimentation equipment, flocculation filtration, gravity filtration, and pressure filtration equipment, electrodeionization, ion exchange systems, reverse osmosis (RO) systems, vacuum and membrane degasifier, pure steam generators, package type purified water production systems, WFI production systems, ozone and hydrogen water production systems, and anti-static equipment. In addition, it offers return contamination monitor, H2O2 monitor, nuclepore membrane, filter cartridge, and piping and environmental materials; and site supply of pure water, and water analysis and evaluation services on a contract basis. The company serves electronics, pharmaceutical, biotechnology, food, environment and energy, and analysis industries. Nomura Micro Science Co., Ltd. was founded in 1969 and is headquartered in Atsugi, Japan.

6254.T Japan

3,470USD55 (+1.59%)

• At close Mon Oct 03 2022

Tokyo exchange

Sector: Industrials

Industry: Specialty Industrial Machinery

Location Japan, Atsugi

Grade: ADA

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