Creating a high-quality, heat-resistant paint using its unique know-how in order to fully demonstrate functionality
The name of the company, Okitsumo, is taken from a collection of poetry called Manyoshu (compiled in eighth century Japan) that refers to the location of the company headquarters in Nabari.
You will find its heat-resistant paint just about anywhere there is heat, such as home kitchen products, heaters, near engines and mufflers on automobiles as well as in offices and factories. Okitsumo is proud to hold an approximate 60% share of the market, making it number one in this field
One of the biggest challenges for paint is how to combine various materials to bring out the intended function. Okitsumo carefully blends the know-how it has nurtured over the years with its proprietary manufacturing methods to create the heat resistant performance needed by its users for the surfaces they need to paint. Whether it will be used for a frying pan or a rocket launching pad, the technology of Okitsumo refuses to take second place to that of any other company.
The quest of the unlimited potential of paint has not stopped at heat-resistant paint
Paint has unlimited potential. One-fourth of Okitsumo's engineers belong to the development group and work directly with its customers in the development of the products they need. For example, the coating for heat radiation, that was developed to control radiation characteristics, is now showing promise in a wide range of applications. There is also photo-selective absorbent paint, designed to readily absorb solar energy while limiting the radiation of heat, as well as others such as photo catalyst paint, which can remove nitrogen oxide and prevent fouling. All of these paints offer superior characteristics and quality that have earned them the respect and trust of users.
Okitsumo is continuing the development of other products as well, such as paints that have antibacterial, odor-removing and non-adhesive properties, as it strives for even higher levels of achievement in the 21st century.