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Latest update： 30/11/2016 17:42:58
This made-in-Japan electrodeless lamp is expected to gain in popularity as an illumination device that is an alternative to a mercury lamp.
We are making it our mission to promote the nationwide popularity of our Eco-Taro electrodeless lamps. Eco-Taro has a brightness equal to or higher than that of LEDs. It is durable, power-saving, and has a long operating life and high environmental performance. About 90% of the electrodeless lamps sold in Japan are made overseas. We supply Eco-Taro as a safe and high-quality product to this market at an inexpensive price after assembly and total inspection in our factory in Japan. Electric power consumption is reduced by about 60% while maintaining the same or even higher brightness in the case of replacing a 400W mercury lamp with our electrodeless lamp.
[Company strength] About 90% of the electrodeless lamps sold in Japan are made overseas. We are supplying Eco-Taro to this market as a safe and high-quality product at an inexpensive price after assembly and total inspection in our factory in Japan. We will do our best to abolish the multi-layered sales channels that have been common in handling construction facilities and materials. We will sell our products to end users at reasonable prices. We support customers from illumination planning according to the facility and meetings for construction to after-sale service. [Business description] Our Eco-Taro electrodeless lamp is an illumination device that is an alternative to a mercury lamp. It has a brightness equal to or higher than LEDs. It is durable, power-saving, and has a long operating life and high environmental performance. Eco-Taro has been gaining popularity nationwide, especially in large-scale facilities, warehouses, and factories. Electric power consumption is reduced by about 60% while maintaining the same or even higher brightness in the case of replacing a 400W mercury lamp with our electrodeless lamp. [Industry] Illumination and ordinary freight conveyance [Strength of products/technologies] Electrodeless lamps are increasing in popularity in Japan. We have realized a safe and secure, made-in-Japan electrodeless lamp: Eco-Taro. Our development has been conducted according to Japan’s strict inspection standards, PSE, model specifications, and EMC-based design and development. We have created a safe product with an excellent design. We have already received the Certification for Model Specification by the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications, which is indispensable for product sales. [Representative's message] More than 20 million power-consuming mercury lights (mainly 400W to 700W) are being used in the illumination of elevated places in Japan. If we could entirely replace mercury lamps with electrodeless lamps (150W), the electric power saving would be equivalent to the output of 5 to 6 nuclear power plants. We have a mission to contribute to human life, business, and the environment by realizing electric power saving, resource saving, and mercury reduction. We look forward to receiving the support of our customers toward the popularization of electrodeless lamps. [Company structure for market development/overseas expansion] We are making progress in tie-ups with sales companies so our products can be adopted by major companies. We are planning to move to a new factory oriented towards a mass production system (scheduled for May 2014). [Awards and media coverage] Nishinippon Shimbun, “Diary of Monozukuri Craftsmanship in Kanda-Yukuhashi,” April 20, 2013. [Authorization/Certification] Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications Form HL-13011. PSE, TUV Rheinland - Tuv. [Joint research and development] Adopted as a case of practical application based on outlined technical instruction, Fukuoka Prefectural Industrial Technology Center, 2013. [Main Clients / Business History (domestic)] Senko, JX Nippon Mining & Metals, Unipres Distribution, Futaba-Kyushu, Toyotsu Smelting Technology, Trial Logistic System, and many other transportation companies. [Exhibition History/Information] Monozukuri Craftsmanship Fair 2013; Hong Kong Lighting Fair 2013; Big Market 2014.
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