The technology and development business consists of the following two divisions.
1. A development department that develops new technologies for developing new businesses based on surface treatment
2. Technical department that develops and proposes new products and new technologies for existing business divisions
We mainly focus on new technology development and research and development of subsidized projects.
Aiming at EYETEC's vision of "What the world doesn't have! EYETEC of technology", we have built a technology development system rich in ideas by consolidating basic research and applied technology into one department. We conduct market analysis, etc. based on new inquiries from customers and requests from the Surface Treatment Division, etc., and select and work on themes. We are conducting various researches such as research that utilizes existing technology and development of technology that does not exist in the world.
The world's first stable nanodiamond dispersion composite plating NDCO®(Nano diamond composite plating)」
This is the first technology in the world to realize uniform dispersion co-deposition of nano-diamond (ND) particles in the order of 10 to 100 nm, which has been difficult to obtain evenly co-deposited composite plating.
New dispersion composite plating EVC (Evolution composite)
We have developed a composite plating of solid lubricant particles (EVC) that exhibits sliding properties superior to DLC under non-lubricated conditions.
Metal separator for fuel cell
By applying the surface treatment technology that we have cultivated over many years to stainless steel separators, which are general-purpose metals, we have succeeded in obtaining performance equal to or better than that of conventional carbon separators.
Highly corrosion-resistant and highly conductive oxide film for metal separators for fuel cells Mistic (Mist CVD)
We have developed a highly corrosion-resistant and highly conductive oxide film for metal separators for fuel cells using the mist CVD method, which can be formed in the atmosphere.
Ni-W alloy plating (Nickel-Tungsten alloy plating)
We succeeded in co-depositing tungsten as a nickel alloy, which is generally considered to be difficult to deposit in plating.
Information on the Comprehensive Partnership Agreement with the University of Fukui, a national university corporation concluded in 2005, and the results of various joint research and subsidy projects.
Efforts to manage and audit public research funds such as subsidies
We are implementing measures to manage and audit public research funds such as subsidies.
New technology development story
About 30 years of research and development of our surface treatment technology are introduced in a story format.