1961 - Anaori Carbon established by Founder Hidetoshi Anaori (Higashi
Yodogawa Ward, Osaka)
1962 - Anaori Carbon Co., Ltd. established, capital 5,000,000 yen
1962 - Headquarters moved to present location of Takatsuki City, capital
20,000,000 yen EDM graphite electrode manufacture was begun 3rd
generation planning and processing was begun
1994 - Eiichi Anaori was named president
1999 - Actual CFRP product business was begun, capital 40,000,000 yen
2000 - Actual specialty carbon product business was begun
2004 - Setsu Factory was built (Setsu City, Osaka)
2008 - Takatsuki 171 Factory was built (Takatsuki City, Osaka)
2011 - Tokyo Branch Office was established (Higashishinbashi, Minatoku,
2012 – Anaori Carbon (M) Sdn Bhd was established
Right now, we are for carbon as a raw material. Of course, we are also involved in the industries of semiconductors, solar battery manufacturing related fields, quartz production and processing, various heat treatments, mold processing, etc. In recent years, vast applications have been progressing for fiber materials to be used in airplanes, cars, sports equipment, etc. Recently, carbon advances are further increasing for use in hobbies such as cookware.
Anaori Carbon has of carbon processing and product sales as a specialized manufacturer and we are contributing to the present generation of business as well. We are expanding to meet needs for the graphite cutting process, carbon fiber product enterprise, production, and even sales.
Specialty carbon products range from semiconductors, heat treatments, smelting, glass, metallurgy, dentistry, hot pressing, fuel cells, electrolysis, EDM processing, food prepartion, etc.
High Quality carbon and graphite EDM and GR. We even have graphite of particle diameters as small as 1-3 um and we recommend graphite with the exception of super fine-end finished products.
Carbon fiber is made from carbon fiber bound material and the chief raw material used is acrylic fiber. Its special characteristics are: light weight, high resilience, high heat conductivity, low thermal expansion, and radio translucency.