Sanko Group's persistent endeavors in technological innovations
are what support our multifaceted engineering capabilities.
Always conducting independent engineering research and development
and proactively incorporating the latest technologies
become the basis for our group's abilities. Following are samples
of the Sanko Group's research and development activities as
a leader in instrumentation engineering:
Technology Development Center
Instrumentation Technology Development Center/The Technical Annex
has long used large-scale model plant facilities to simulate and research
instrumentation and process control characteristics to determine the
optimum control method. In addition
we are researching and investigating
system configurations using the latest digital control systems available.
and Development of Standard Measuring and Calibration Methods
and control begins with accurate measurement. Our group uses one of
Japan's few calibration environments
comprised of standard instruments
and facilities traceable to Japanese National Measurement Standards
under the traceability system regulated by the Measurement Law. Here
we conduct research and development of new methods of standard measurement
and instrument calibration.
Integration: continually evolving control systems
Sanko Group's systems integrator
Sanko Computer Software
the latest network and software development technologies in constant
pursuit of new developments in instrumentation and control systems.
and specialty valves for instrumentation
types of fittings for process sensing lines and pneumatic signal transmissions
as well as all varieties of specialty valves
are manufactured at
our Yokohama plant
located in the city's Kanazawa Ward. We repeatedly
test and develop materials
and manufacturing methods to
meet stringent process specifications. That quality has been recognized
in a number of fields
including nuclear power
In addition to this
promote dynamic research and development of new sensors and semiconductor-related
equipment systems for new platforms in instrumentation engineering.