Takasago Electric, Inc. is a specialist manufacturer of miniature chemically inert valves and pumps. Its head office is located in Japan, having a more than 50year company history. In addition to its Chinese factory (100% owned subsidiary), we have a branch office in the United States, DBA (doing business as) Takasago Fluidic Systems. It is located in Westborough, Massachusetts and started its operation on October 2012. The website of Takasago Electric, Inc. is operated under the name of “Takasago Fluidic Systems”.
We have contributed to the development of its main adopted field of analyzers from the perspective of fluid mechanics by offering an expertise accumulated over many years and solution-oriented product proposals. Analyzers in cutting-edge fields such as medical diagnosis, environmental measurement, specific substance detection e.g. protein, and quality management including food safety are indispensable for the preservation of people's health and the maintenance of a beautiful environment in the earth. Every day, Takasago products are playing an active role inside these analyzers. We hope to contribute to the international society by setting targets at a global level and by continuing to manufacture high quality and high performance products.
Takasago has a wide range of precise fluidic control related components such as solenoid valves, pinch valves, air-operated valves, diaphragm pumps, syringe pumps, peristaltic pumps, piezoelectric micro pumps, manifolds, fluid chips and fittings etc. These products are used in a variety of fields such as diagnosis equipment, environmental measurement devices, many kinds of scientific analysis applications, medical apparatuses, inkjet printers, and fuel cells etc. and so their wetted materials are selected to be compatible with special fluids such as chemicals, solvents, and analysis samples. In addition to supply of our existing stand alone products, Takasago's ability to customize existing products in order to meet a customer's requirements is one of our greatest strengths. We can manufacture a fluid module by combining several different components.