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Research Institute of Safety and Diagnosis Technology

Research Institute of Safety and Diagnosis Technology

sdt_01.jpgTechnological development begins with knowing the object, seeing the site, and meeting the needs of safety. This is where primary ideas come from, with the possibility of that idea being determined as a secondary idea. Finally, the third idea gives shape to the actual product or technology.
Non-destructive engineering technology was first developed to detect defects and abnormal conditions without destroying the object being inspected. The development of this technology greatly contributed towards maintaining the safety of various plants and structures, and supported industrialized societies without being apparent to the eye.
However, with the growing complexity and increasing sophistication of industrial technology, the target and scope of inspection work is greatly affected by the progressing age of the plant itself.
As the need for more complex and diverse inspections continues to rise, the Non-Destructive Inspection Company emphasizes technology that not only focuses on the detection of defects and abnormal conditions, but also searches for the cause of trouble--including why the abnormal condition came to be--and the technologies required for evaluation.
The company's Research Institute of Safety and Diagnosis Technology was established as the first specialist research institution in Japan for non-destructive inspections in just such a new era. Advancements in non-destructive inspections as a means to realize a safer society is one of the main objectives of the Research Institute of Safety and Diagnosis Technology.

History

October 1993

Established as the industry's first full-fledged research center for safety and diagnosis technology in Kansai Science City's Keihanna Plaza.

February 1996

Moved operations to the current head office.

April 1999

Opened the Tokyo Research Institute of Safety and Diagnosis Technology (currently the Tokyo Laboratory).

At the present time

Composed of the Highly Technology Research and Development Group, the Advanced Technology Research and Development Group, and the Tokyo Laboratory, with 30 staff members in total.


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HIHAKAI KENSA BUILDING, 1-18-14
Kitahorie, Nishi-ku, Osaka, Japan, 550-0014
TEL.81-6-6539-5821(Rep)
FAX.81-6-6539-5820
E-mail : infome@hihakaikensa.co.jp

Locations
  • Head Office
  • Osaka Division
  • Kobe Division
  • Research Institute of Safety and Diagnosis Technology
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