Profile of Aichi Quality Companies
Certification No. 034 Manufacture of electronic parts, devices and circuits

Ubukata Industries Co., Ltd.

A manufacturer of the world’s best sensors and switches for temperature, current and vibration

Address 4-30 Hosho, Minami, Nagoya, Aichi 457-0828 JAPAN
Tel +81-52-612-3333
Web http://www.ubukata.co.jp

■Company Outline

Ubukata Industries Co., Ltd. has the top share in temperature and current sensors and switches for compressors in air-conditioners and the like, both in Japan and in the world. Ubukata seismic sensor gained high appraisals as a “silent hero” at the event of Great Hanshin-Awaji Earthquake.

■Main Products

Seismic sensor
Ubukata seismic sensor applied to gas meters and heating appliances is reliable and only reacts to seismic vibration. Due to its reliability performance, Ubukata seismic sensors have achieved over 80% of the domestic share.
Fire alarm with seismic LED light
This product has been developed from the seismic sensor technology stated above.
Bimetal switch
The bimetal switch is built into the air conditioning compressor and directly cuts off electrical circuit when detecting motor overloading condition. It holds over 90% of the domestic share in the internal motor protector market for its highly reliable simple structure, reasonable price, and high quality.

■Core Competence

Ubukata Industries Co,. Ltd. has developed products by thorough study of features and principles of materials.
The founder of Ubukata Industries Co., Ltd., following his resignation as associate professor at university, developed liquid switches with mercury in 1963. This technology has been applied to the world’s first liquid flasher for automobiles, and we started distribution to automobile manufacturers. Since its establishment, Ubukata Industries Co., Ltd. has also carried out development, design, production, distribution, and after sales service consistently by themselves, and maintains the business concept of company independence that sells own brand products. We have such a business policy in pursuit of original products.

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