Tokyo exchange. Sector: Technology. Industry: Scientific & Technical Instruments. Location Japan, Tokyo.

Nagano Keiki Co., Ltd. [7715.TJapan

1,076USD51 (+4.74%)

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About Nagano Keiki Co., Ltd.

Nagano Keiki Co., Ltd. manufactures and sells measurement instruments and control equipment in Japan and internationally. It offers various pressure gauges, including compound, vacuum, differential pressure, low pressure, absolute pressure, and diaphragm-seal type products; mechanical and electrical types switches, indicators with switches, and plug-in connectors for pressure switches; pressure sensors comprising pressure transmitters, load and level sensors, and converters; digital pressure gauges, and digital indicators and meter relays; and various types of temperature gauges. The company also provides flow meters for use in water, air, and gas; heat meters and heat monitors; inspection and calibration instruments, including dead weight testers, liquid column manometers, precision aneroid manometers, digital precision manometers, digital pressure checkers, programmable pressure controllers, and data loggers and fiber brag grating sensors; and accessories, such as regulators, ceramic products, noise level and vibration meters; and aluminum and magnesium die cast components, as well as maintenance and calibration services. It serves automobile, industrial vehicle and construction, FA and industrial machinery, HVAC and refrigerator, semiconductor, process instrumentation, and medical and welfare industries; food, drug, and cosmetics sectors; marine, aeronautical, and rail industries; and high-pressure hydrogen, gas, and energy applications. Nagano Keiki Co., Ltd. was founded in 1896 and is headquartered in Tokyo, Japan.

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