★November 26,2020
JIMA Micro Resolution Chart, RC-02B has been sold out.
We are sorry that we cannot supply any more.
Please select RC-04 or RC-05 instead.
Revised model is under development to be expected sales start in April, 2021.
We feel very sorry to have absence of supply.
★October 23, 2013
We have develpoed a new Microchart RC-04 (0.1 - 10μm) and started sales.
★July 12, 2013
JIMA2012 (Inspection Instrument Show) was held very successfully on October 10 to 12, 2012 at Tokyo Bigsite. We will hold next Inspection Instrument Show in 2014, September 17 to 19 at same Tokyo Bigsite. The most updated technology for NDT will be gathered. You can find the latest products for quality control in production line and maintenance. We would appreciate your support by exhibiting and attending.
★March 14, 2012
We have developed a new Microchart RC-05 (3 ? 50 μm) and started sales.
★July 21, 2011
JIMA obtained own office at Kudan area and have moved to new office.
The location is quite centre of Tokyo with convenient multi-access to subways and stations.
Please stopby if you are near there. The address was changed, but phone numbers are all same.
We hope your continuous co-operation.

JIMArogo

JIMA
3rd Fl., Kudan Royal Bldg.,
Kandajinbo-cho, Chiyodaku
Tokyo 101-0051, Japan
TEL:03-3288-5080
FAX:03-3288-5081
info@jima.jp

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Japan Inspection Instruments Manufacturers’ Association (JIMA) conducts vigorous activities with the following purposes concerning various testing equipment including nondestructive testing equipment.

  • Improvement of quality, safety and technologies
  • Promotion and improvement of production, physical distribution and trading
  • Holding and participation in trade shows, lectures and workshops on technical guidance, etc
  • Promotion of formulation and standardization of related specifications
  • Familiarization of related laws/regulations, standards, etc. and cooperation for administrative measures

and more activities along with necessity time by time.

Inspection Instruments are used in two fields: (1) quality testing in the field of manufacturing, and (2) safety testing in the field of maintenance.
In the field of manufacturing, testing equipment are essential tools for quality control that are used for operations such as detection of flaws, cracks, voids, exfoliations, defective adhesion and defective welds; discrimination of materials; measurement of strengths; and testing of dimensions. In the field of maintenance, testing equipment are used for maintenance management of nuclear power stations, petroleum /chemical plants, aircraft, Shinkansen bullet trains, subways and ships to ensure safety of people.