We are committed to carrying out new technology research surveys throughout our development departments, sales departments and production departments in order to continue to provide highly reliable products that satisfy all of our customers.
KITZ SCT is creating fluid control devices that offer the highest level of safety, durability and reliability. A unique development and testing system to continue to create high-value added products has been constructed. KITZ SCT promises to continue to provide our customers with products that meet customer demands based on the spirit of challenge as a development-oriented company.
Based on market-oriented ideas and direction, the KITZ Group continues to improve our technological capabilities in various fields, while fostering higher-functionality and higher-precision products and developing production technology in order to deliver high-quality and creative products to our customers.
We have developed optimum heating technology to stably supply vaporized/sublimed compound materials to points of use. As well, we have developed the heating technology to secure excellent thermal uniformity for reducing the accumulation of by-products in valves.
We are committed to developing products requiring high pressure technology for the semiconductor industry and for hydrogen filling facilities for fuel cell vehicles (FCV) according to laws and regulations as a high pressure gas accredited factory.
In order to realize wide-ranging vacuum pressure controls from high vacuum to low vacuum areas, we are creating optimum pressure control technology by fusing our control technology and original mechanical technology.
Due to our original structure of continuous operation of the seat ring and flapper, the 3 functions of valve opening/closing, slow vacuum, and pressure control are realized by one valve. Our unique design improves the durability of the O-ring at the flapper.
With original heating structure, by heaters attached outside the valve body and inside the bellows, cold spots are eliminated and the accumulation of by-products are reduced.
Our internal and external heating will reduce the frequency of valve maintenance extending MTTF of the valve improving productivity.
By securing excellent thermal uniformity through individual temperature control of heaters outside the body and inside the valve gate, the accumulation of by-products is reduced and the maintenance cycle is extended. Also, through the adoption of a low friction, non-sliding structure, particle generation is reduced during valve opening and closing.
Through the adoption of KITZ SCT’s unique IGS B-seal (center-lock) method, this gas system is space-saving and excellent in maintainability. The B-seal (center-lock) allows quick replacement of valves and other devices by a single nut, like changing racing car tires.
KITZ SCT develops new products with its development & design, quality assurance, production management, manufacturing, and sales departments all in a cooperative effort. By developing new products from various perspectives, we quickly provide products that meet customer needs. We are also committed to developing new products on a day-to-day basis through the adoption of new technologies.
|October 1984||SCF automatic weld fitting|
|April 1988||KD diaphragm valve|
|December 1988||SCM/SCL orbital weld fitting|
|February 1991||CVC metal gasket face seal fitting|
|March 1993||IBX series large-diameter bellows valve|
|April 1993||IB bellows valve|
|June 1993||IVWF vacuum butterfly valve|
|October 1993||IVB L-type vacuum bellows valve|
|November 1994||IVBH L-type vacuum bellows heated valve|
|October 1996||UXG square vacuum gate valve|
|November 1996||WD diaphragm valve for liquid gas|
|November 1996||B-seal valve|
|February 1997||Integrated gas system|
|November 1999||RD high-pressure diaphragm valve|
|August 2000||C-seal valve|
|August 2002||TB weld fitting|
|November 2002||BZD clean butterfly valve|
|October 2003||Chemical feeder, eFLOW® antistatic unit|
|November 2003||DWP pure water pressure boosting unit|
|November 2004||FCD PFA diaphragm valve|
|February 2008||VLD diaphragm valve|
|April 2010||Gas supply system product for MO-CVD|
|November 2011||BRW NW flanged ball valve|
|August 2012||Products for hydrogen station|
|December 2013||FCDT high-temperature resin valve for 200°C|
|February 2015||APC butterfly valve|