|Facts about us
MC Labo corp. has the capability for the preparation, application and production of functional microcapsules that achieves environmental benefits.
- Representative : Yasuo HATATE (President)
- Address :
- The Main Office: 1-3-2-808, Nishida, Kagoshima 890-0046, Japan
- TEL : +81-99-206-0329
- (Mobile Phone+81-80-1700-0187)
- FAX : +81-99-206-0329
- E-mail : email@example.com
- Foundation : established on Jan. 22, 2008
- Capital : 25.5 million yen
- Y.Hatate (Emaritus Professor, Kagoshima Univ.)
Before founding our company, we obtained several funds up to foundation from the following public organizations.
- Regional consortium project from Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry
“Manufacturing of Functional microcapsules”
Representative : Y.Hatate (2002-2003)
- Industrial Research Development Project from New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization
“Development of capsule-type Bioreactor and Application for Ground water
Representative : M. Yoshida (2004-2008)
- Kagoshima Enter prize Support Project for Start-up & Trigger from Kagoshima
(Prefecture) Industry Support Center
“Technology Development on Preparation and Production of Environmental Microcapsules”
Representative : Y. Hatate (2005-2006)
- University Ventures Start-up Program Project from Japan Science and Technology Agency
“Preparation and Manufacturing of Environmental Microcapsules”
Representative : Y. Hatate (2006-2008)
About 250 million yen from the above mentioned funds was used for R &
D charges of microcapsules preparation and production. This was a key fact
of MC Labo corporation founded on Jan. 22, 2008. We have entered into the
cooperative research contract with Kagoshima University since April, 2008,
and have carried out the development of about 20 kg/d-scale production
of microcapsules at a pilot plant factory located near Kagoshima University.
Now, we are waiting for the chance of “sample shipment” of microcapsules
which might be demanded from any campany.
High Level Message
As mentioned in our history, strong support from several public organizations
enabled us to develop our technology for the preparation and manufacturing
of microcapsule at Kagoshima University. At present, we have carried out
R & D activities using 50L scale reactors at a small factory (100m2
) under a cooperative research contracts with four laboratories (Yoshida
labo., Kagoshima Univ., Taguchi labo., Niigata Univ., Shiomori labo., Miyazaki
Univ. and Kiyoyama labo., Miyakonojo Tech. College) to perfect the preparation
technique for microcapsules.
Our microcapsules will become prevalent in the world.
Our business is to establish the of working technique of preparation and
production on microcapsulse. Although we are developing various kinds of
microcapsules as you see on this Web site, we will seriously consider with
you for your demands or inquiries such as possibility, preparing and testing
Companies should not hesitate to ask for our assistance because we want
to make new functional microcapsules with tight teamwork between the above
mentioned four laboratories.
Profile of Y. Hatate :
- Doctor of Chemical Engineering 1972
- Master of Chemical Engineering 1969
- Bachelor of Chemical Engineering 1967
- 2010- Emeritus Professor of Kagoshima University, Kagoshima
- 1988-2010 Professor of Kagoshima University, Kagoshima
- 1979-1980 Associate Professor of West Virginia University, USA
- 1974 Associate Professor of Kagoshima
- 1972 Assistant Professor of Kyushu
Carried out numerous research works of chemical engineering;
- 1967-2010; Kinetics, Preparations and Applications of functional polymer
including microcapsules ,
- 1972-1974; Bubbling columns
- 1974-2006; Thermodynamic study of vapor-liquid equilibrium relative to“Shochu” (Japanese liquor)
- 1981-2001; Fluidization
- 1979-1988; Multi-flow characteristics
- 1999-2010; Preparations of lead-free adhesive glass material
He and his coworkers have published about 200 papers and applied about 60 patents concerning microcapsules.
He won the “Naitoh Masaki Research Prize” (Titles: Preparation of high
functional polymer microspheres) from the Soc. of Chem. Engineers, Japan
in March, 2003., and won the "Testimonial Prize of Chemical Engineering"
from the Soc. of Chem. Engineers, Japan in March, 2010.