Profile of Aichi Quality Companies
Certification No. 152 Manufacture of general machinery

FULTA ELECTRIC MACHINERY Co., Ltd.

Leading manufacturer of anti-frost fans to prevent freeze and frost damage to tea gardens, and of agricultural fans

Address 7-9 Horitadori, Mizuho, Nagoya, Aichi 467-0862 JAPAN
Tel +81-52-872-4111
Web http://www.fulta.co.jp/

■Company Outline

FULTA ELECTRIC MACHINERY, a manufacturer of blowers and environmental management systems, has the largest domestic market share of anti-frost fan systems, horticulture fan systems, and livestock fan systems. The company’s bases are located in major agricultural region throughout Japan, and products are developed to meet industrial and regional needs.

■Main Products

Anti-frost fan systems
Reduced-pesticide-use horticulture fan systems (RK)
Industrial low-pressure air blow equipment, in compliance with the revised Rationalization in Energy Use Law (Compress)
Industrial energy-saving fan systems (Follow Wind)
Foreign matter removal and cleaning equipment for fisheries (SepaClean)
Automatic density adjustment blending equipment (Spacon Blending Machine)
Livestock compost fermentation acceleration fan systems
Energy-saving slinging equipment for tobacco machines (Needle rack)
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■Core Competence

Fulta Electric Machinery has a core technology derived from “wind.” Since its establishment, we have been aiming to be an “only-one” company in the field by developing applications and proposing creative products that meet customer satisfaction. To realize such a goal, Fulta Electric Machinery is manufacturing products from the customer’s viewpoint. We have also been devoted to acquiring intellectual property and have been making efforts to divert new ideas into intellectual rights. Our fundamental concept can be paraphrased using the proverb, “a picture is worth a thousand words.” We believe that customer feedback from experiencing physical characteristics of products (temperature of the site, humidity, smell, size, and weight) is important, as well as virtual information obtained through the Internet, TV, and media.

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