Yamashin Industry joins forces with Group company Yamashin Steel and other manufacturers with advanced technical capacity to provide stainless steel products for the semiconductor and many other industries.
Semiconductors are components of all cutting-edge products, and are manufactured under painstaking procedures in clean environments. The components of the machines that make semiconductors must have levels of corrosion resistance and cleanliness high enough to withstand these demanding conditions. Our sophisticated technology and readiness to accommodate result in products that are highly regarded by many users.
Pipes, joints, valves, and other stainless steel components can be found in every corner of the plants that process and manufacture beer, juice, and other foods and beverages we need to live. Our reliable quality control process ensures that the materials we provide meet the demanding requirements for components, size, and other elements in addition to being sanitary and hygienic for everyone’s safety.
Pumps, valves, motors, cylinders, and other hydraulic elements use oil to provide consistent driving power, an essential force in all industries and for all infrastructure. Our stainless steel materials feature in hydraulics of all sizes—from heavy machinery and construction machinery on the larger end of the scale to farming equipment and factory conveyor systems on the smaller end—and should continue to evolve as they are used in a broader range of equipment.
The recent spread of infectious diseases has heightened interest in medical devices and pharmaceutical plants. Stainless steel pipes and materials are crucial elements of the production processes of these devices and plants. The production equipment must be resistant to corrosion and abrasion, and must also be of higher quality in terms of sanitation and absolute purity. Our successful track record and advanced technology result in stainless steel materials that are highly regarded by users.
Over the past several years, industrial robots have become fixtures in plants in a wide range of industries. Concurrently, an increasing number of the materials we supply are being used toward this end. We will have more opportunities to see robots in action as tools to counter worker shortages due to population decline, seek productivity improvements, and help around the house with chores and caregiving. Our materials are foundational elements in the oncoming proliferation of robots.