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Latest update: 02/10/2020 16:04:07

Arakawa & Co., Ltd.

Based on the philosophy of “giving form to things that do not exist”

We are a unique dedicated wire-securing bracket manufacturer that performs integrated manufacturing from development and manufacturing to the assembly, inspection, and shipping. We developed the “ARAKAWA GRIP,” a wire bracket adjustment mechanism. With this technology as our core, we have manufactured approximately 300 types of brackets, such as picture-hanging systems and wire systems for handrails. We have a track record of delivery to numerous famous art museums overseas.

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Securely fixed and easily moved.
Arakawa grip
We can remove or attach wires, or make fine adjustments, with a single touch.
The wire is secured by simply inserting it into the metal fitting.
It is released by pressing the pin, and the position can be freely adjusted.
This allows stable wire fixing work without human-introduced flaws such as crimping.

Picture hangings in art museums and galleries, store displays, wire systems for handrails, wall surfaces in living spaces, storage displays, light hangings
Picture rail
Arakawa & Co., Ltd. picture rails are designed in-house with attention to detail to ensure that the quality of the space is not lost and are employed at museums throughout the U.S., particularly in Washington D.C. Also, many of our products with an “A” mark are used at art museums in Spain, Russia, China, and Japan.
Wire railing
The “Tension Gripper TG” handrail wire system is designed to apply tension to wires using springs in the Arakawa grip mechanism for stair railings and protective fences. It is used widely as a product that helps to shape urban spaces such as public facilities, commercial facilities and, private houses.

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