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Manufacturing of Cylinder Head Gaskets, Consistently Our Main Product
Production techniques

Building in globally common quality with a global production line

Our original production systems, including "integrated production of everything from coating materials to assemblies," "meticulous quality control at each stage," "compact, highly efficient lines, "skilled molding management," and other systems are not limited to use in Japan, but are elements comprising the "Global Line" concept applicable to our overseas production bases as well. Establishing a shared awareness of the concept "manufacturing of gaskets is one part of engine production," a concept at the root of these production and manufacturing systems, we are incorporating inline procedures that take operability considerations during engine assembly into account, increasing added value in products, addressing quality assurance with our own standard, and conducting quality checks for each individual lot, along with our regularly scheduled performance tests. In our role as the "leadoff hitter" among gasket manufacturers, we at Nippon Gasket will continue to improve our production and manufacturing technologies.








Disaster and Risk Management


At the Shiga Plant, our pivotal focus of production, we have prepared for large-scale disasters by implementing earthquake damage-protection measures not only for the building structures, but for each individual piece of equipment as well.
Furthermore, we have developed a system whereby we maintain fixed stocks of products that can be efficiently distributed among our linked network of group companies, thus placing no burden on our customers' own manufacturing lines.

Metal Gasket Manufacturing and Processing Line

Environmental Protection Activities

Environmental considerations are a matter of course for today's companies. Based on our acquisition of ISO 14001 certification (in 2002), we at Nippon Gasket now recycle over 95% of our waste, as we take on the challenge of achieving "zero emissions" in the course of meeting our environmental responsibilities.