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High quality & adaptability to ISO standards.
The NANIWA company, - the known worldwide manufacturer of abrasives.
The main production is located in Japan, and is carried out with strict control.
It's a major supplier of abrasive materials, from coarse-grained (16 to 220) to thin (from 240 to 8000) for a wide variety of industries.
Here are just a few of them: grinding and cutting ceramics, crystal, quartz glass, silicon wafers, refractory parts, as well as abrasives for sanding paper, cloth, and grinding stones for high-precision processing.
The company sells its products both in the Land of the Rising Sun and abroad.
In addition to the main A, WA, C and GC, the company processes a large range of components and refractory materials, such as polyamide components and garnet sand.
It's engaged in zirconium (zirconium powder, oxide, silicate and others), as well as ceramic and fire-resistant substances (bauxite, kaolin, etc.) with a wide range of uses, and specialized products.
An important activity is the production of carboxymethylcellulose (CMC) for industrial use.
It is one of the most common water soluble polymers derived from cellulose.
There are many varieties with different viscosity (molecular weight) and degree of esterification (degree of substitution).
Produced from natural cellulose, (CMC) is also an environmentally friendly substance with moderate biodegradability.
His area of interest and research, also includes the development of environmentally friendly repellents, as well as other interesting areas, using modern technologies.