Ishikawa Gasket's approach to development is to constantly sharpening its system development and design philosophy to meet new engine trends with an eye on the future of automotive culture.
We aim to become the world's No.1 gasket manufacturer by growing our corporate presence pursuing cost effort that is acceptable in a global market.
Ishikawa Gasket's product design is based on the concept of "design-in", in which participates from the conceptual stage of engine development and proposes best fitted gasket design that meets the requirement.
We will meet the latest engine trends set by various engine manufactures from passenger, commercial, industrial and construction machineries,
High Energy Output
Consideration for the environment
and will continue to advance our technology with the established total sealing system that includes cylinder head gasket, exhaust gasket and insulators.
We are constantly developing products based on our policy of providing low cost, environmentally-minded high performance sealing products to the customer.
By adopting latest facilities and equipment, Ishikawa Gasket's Research and Development has proceduralized development system to improve the quality and reduce the cost of gasket.
After completion of CAE analysis, Static testing and Simulation testing, Dynamic testing will be performed by utilizing 12 dyno test cells, the most in gasket industry, to confirm the durability and overall performance of the product.
In addition to selecting materials that matches the engines function and requirement, long-life high-durable materials are developed.
Our Research and Development is promoting "manufacturing in anticipation of mass production" approach and has a section within the department that is responsible for prototype development and tool design. This makes it possible to create a smooth flow from development to mass production.
These efforts have enabled precise and advanced product evaluations, and with the systemization of quality gasket development, it has greatly contributed to shortening the development cycle for engine manufacturers.
Utsunomiya, Tochigi, Japan 321-3231