Kitashiba Electric Co., Ltd.

9 Tennohara, Matsukawa-machi, Shinagawa-ku, 960-1292 Fukushima
Japan
Telephone +81 44 3807471
Fax +81 44 3807474
ktsb-info@ml.toshiba.co.jp

Location

Hall map

GIFA 2015 hall map (Hall 16): stand A06

Fairground map

GIFA 2015 fairground map: Hall 16

Contact

Hiromichi Kubota

Department head/group leader
Marketing, sales, advertising, PR

580 Horikawa-cho, Saiwai-ku
212-0013 Kawasaki, Japan

Email
hiromichi.kubota@kitashiba.toshiba.co.jp

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Hall 16 / A06

16.06.2015

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We explain the KITASHIBA's high frequency induction furnace anytime. High efficiency, High quality, High durability, High safety.

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17.06.2015

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We explain the KITASHIBA's high frequency induction furnace anytime. High efficiency, High quality, High durability, High safety.

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18.06.2015

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We explain the KITASHIBA's high frequency induction furnace anytime. High efficiency, High quality, High durability, High safety.

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19.06.2015

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We explain the KITASHIBA's high frequency induction furnace anytime. High efficiency, High quality, High durability, High safety.

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We explain the KITASHIBA's high frequency induction furnace anytime. High efficiency, High quality, High durability, High safety.

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Our range of products

Product categories

  • 02  Melting shop
  • 02.02  Electric melting and holding furnaces (pouring equipment see 10.01)
  • 02.02.02  Crucible induction furnaces

Our products

Product category: Crucible induction furnaces

Industrial Systems

KITASHIBA Induction Heating System has superiority in heating rate speed and controllability and contributes to improve productivity, ensure safety and preserve the environment in various industrial fields and offers beneficial technology for production innovation of your company. KITASHIBA has developed an automatic melting control system by taking advantage of our latest control technology and by assisting in the innovation of melting operations with a streamlined system to conserve energy and natural resources.

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Product category: Crucible induction furnaces

Micro Melters

Kitashiba small High frequency Furnaces through an integrated power supply and furnace body and compact size has accomplished to realize a faster installation construction and in response to needs of research and small lot production

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Product category: Crucible induction furnaces

High- Frequency Induction Furnaces

Kitashiba supplies highly reliable High- Frequency Induction Furnace products that are built on our original melting technology and applied semi conductor technology accumulated based on our affluent manufacturing experiences and history

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Product category: Crucible induction furnaces

Unit Type High Frequency Furnace

Melting basic unit. MAX-9%

1. Consist of 3 unit.(Power receiving unit, Power unit, Furnace body unit)Inside of the unit is already equipped with wiring・piping.

2. Easy foundation work. Molten metal discharge is available only after 6 days.
*Best replacement for cupola.
3. No platform necessary.
*Top board of the unit can used as a platform.
*Exclusive rail for feeding cart can be installed.

4. Production available to the maximum rating:2400kW-3t.

 

The above values may vary depending on operating conditions.

■ Energy-saving

■ Reduction of construction period and costs

■ Achieving 10% space saving

■ A variety of options are available

■ High reliability

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Product category: Crucible induction furnaces

Edge Heaters and Bar Heaters

KITASHIBA uses its affluent achievements and experiences and consistently introduces new technology to supply a wide range of induction heaters of manufacturing plants of the hardware sector for steel rolling plant systems in “Toshiba Mitsubishi-Electric Industrial Systems Corporation (TMEIC)”.

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Product category: Crucible induction furnaces

Standard Type High Frequency Furnace

Reduce 6 - 8% of melting basic unit.※1 (compared with our furnace)

※1 The above values may vary depending on operating conditions

1. Free layout of equipments.

2. Production on customer's specifications.

Free choice of furnace power, frequency, melting volume, number of furnace.
Libre elección de energía de horno, frecuencia, volumen de fusión, número de horno.

3. Can be used as an automatic molten metal charger.

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About us

Company details

[Company profile]

Established at Fukushima City in Japan in 1950, KITASHIBA ELECTRIC CO., LTD. has been based here and since then has widely contributed to our society for over half a century by providing an extensive range of products, such as transformers, electricity reception and transformation systems, control systems equipment, power generation systems equipment, heat exchangers, electrical induction furnaces, on-board motors, including services relating to these, covering electrical power and general industries.

 

The wealth of achievements that we have accumulated for more than half a century is the proof of our dependability built up with our customers. We will keep on running toward a prosperous future, offering products and services to meet customer needs.

 

[Exhibitors contents introduction]

TOSHIBA developed its first induction furnace in 1930. Carrying on its tradition of excellence, KITASHIBA has long improved its induction heating, melting and power control technologies. With rich manufacturing experience, continuous technological development efforts, great craftsmanship and processing precision, we deliver reliability and quality.

 

Our high-frequency induction furnace embodying our advanced electromagnetic field analysis technology consumes up to approx. 9% less energy and offers a higher original unit than its predecessor. It helps cut running cost, emits less CO2 and has less environmental impact. Our induction furnaces are highly acclaimed by our long-standing customers.

 

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Company data

Sales volume

200-499 Mio US $

Export content

max. 10%

Number of employees

500-999

Foundation

1950