TAIKO refractris CO., LTD.
The history of refractories, which resist and insulate against heat, can be referred to as the history of modern industry in Japan.
Above all, it has been directly related to the primary industry of iron and steel production.
The formed brick was the main refractory material until around 1950 when monolithic refractory production began in Japan.
Monolithic refractories steadily drew greater attention from the industry mainly for their design flexibility,
ease of application and maintenance, and low production costs.
Due to a Series of technological innovations, monolithic refractories represent 50% of all refractories used today.
In 1954, Taiko Refractories was founded in Tobata-ku, Kitakyushu-city with monolithic refractories as its core business operation.
Since then it has been extending its office network all over, Japan, exploring and developing new possibilities,
and contributing to the non-ferrous metal, naval, cement, and glass industries in addition to the primary industry of iron and steel production.
Taiko Refractories has established itself as the clear leader in the monolithic refractories industry,
and would like to extend its appreciation to all the people who helped it reach this pinnacle of achievement.
Taiko Refractories know-how in the monolithic refractories field, along with its continuing research to develop fine ceramics,
have convinced various sectors of the business world to trust Taiko Refractories' fine ceramics.
The Company urges the world to watch Taiko Refractories' technology, and please expect it to continue to be successful into the future.