Metal Finishing Technologies & Services ISO 9001:2008.
For over half a century the Dipsol Group has supplied the metal finishing industry with leading edge technologies and services, manufacturing products to the very highest quality standards. Dipsol has introduced a sophisticated approach to metal finishing through support and implementation that has helped US and World Wide customers’ transition to new technologies and optimize process performance. Customer services, continuous product improvement, and a commitment to quality are the forces which drive us as we strive to maintain our reputation as a “valued supplier to the metal finishing industry.”
We are here to serve our customers. Dipsol started R&D work utilizing surfactant technology in the early 1950’s, which was unique at that time. The Dipsol technical team had a technological breakthrough when it formulated surface treatment compounds that could remove rust and oil simultaneously.
Foresight to Take Early Action for Automation, Globalization
& Pollution Prevention
In keeping pace with the rapid development in the industrial world, stable surface finishing chemicals were required by the surface treatment industry. Dipsol Chemicals took the lead, as a comprehensive manufacturing pioneer in the age of the automated process, by quickly developing and supplying products that meet the needs of the times.
Dipsol focused on very interesting research to eliminate cyanides from plating processes. Dipsol technical research team launched the NZ Series, a non-cyanide zinc plating brightener technology. Dipsol Chemicals was the firstin the world to introduce the zincate bath commercial application. This technology gained worldwide attention and Dipsol obtained patents in several countries. In addition, several other chemical suppliers in Germany and North America signed licensing agreements to manufacture and sell the processes. Furthermore, Dipsol successfully developed and introduced commercially neutral Tin, Tin/Zinc, and Zinc Nickel alloy plating processes
Dipsol Chemicals Co., Ltd., of Japan, a long time supplier and respected supplier of metal coating technologies world wide, established Dipsol of America in 1989 to bring the US market Dipsol’s years of expertise in zinc alloy plating technology. Our modern Livonia, Michigan technical center contains administrative and sales offices, distribution, QC department, and a pilot plating plant that enables us to run customer parts. Our state-of-the-art research lab is equipped with X-Ray, Atomic Absorption, High Pressure Liquid Chromatography, Infra Red, wet chemistry, salt spray testing, and more to provide on-going customer support.
Please contact us for information on how our technical staff can help you raise the bar for metal finishing.
- Toei Chemicals, Inc., was established by Toshio Igarashi to develop, manufacture and sell high performance metal degreasing compounds. With its head office located at 3-1 Takara-cho, Chou-ku, Tokyo.
- The Company’s plant and laboratory moved to 3-8-10 Nishi-shinkoiwa, Katsushika-ku, Tokyo.
- Nagoya Branch Office was opened.
- Osaka Branch Office was opened.
- DIPSOL developed the first commercially reliable non-Cyanide Zinc Plating Process in the world and promoted sales worldwide.
- The Company name changed to Dipsol Chemicals Co., Ltd.
- International sales efforts expanded exports to Europe, USA and Asian countries.
- Dispatched Chemical engineers to China on the request of the Chinese government.
- A new plant was constructed and opened at 2-9-3 Tamasaki-nishi, Ichihara, Chiba.
- Alkaline Non-cyanide zinc plating brightener technology exported to Europe and the United States.
- Neutral tin plating and tin/zinc alloy plating products developed and launched on the market.
- Dipsol Malaysia was established.
- Hidesato Igarashi was appointed the president and CEO of the Company.
- Technical Center was renovated for expansion of R&D activities.
- US operation was established and a joint venture was formed.
- Dipsol of Korea was established.
- New solvent cleaner SC-52 Series developed and launched on the market as alternatives for CFCs and other ozone depleting substances.
- Ichihara Plant obtained ISO 9002:1994 certification.
- Dipsol of America, Inc. became independent.
- Ichihara Plant obtained ISO 14001:1996 certification.
- Ichihara Plant received ISO 9001:2000 certification.
- Dipsol (Thailand) Co., Ltd. was established.
- Guang Dong Representative Office was opened in Fushan, Guangdong Province, China.
- Sachiko Igarashi was appointed the chairperson of the board of directors.
- Tsukasa Maezono was appointed the president and CEO of the Company.
- Dipsol (Shanghai) Trading Co., Ltd. was established.
- Wuxi Fan Da Surface Processing Technology Co., Ltd. was established in China.
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- to cancel such provision, without affecting the other provisions of this Agreement or
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