Antimicrobial agents Bactekiller


These highly safe inorganic antimicrobial agents inhibit activities of bacteria, fungi, and viruses in housewares used in home living spaces, promoting effective sanitization and more comfortable everyday living.

Holding the largest share of inorganic antimicrobial agent sales in the Japanese market, our goal is worldwide sales dominance through diffusion of Japanese originated Kohkin (antimicrobials) in Asian, U.S., and European markets.

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Product lineup

  • Antimicrobial agents

    (silver-based inorganic antibacterial agent)

  • Antibacterial and antifungal agents

    (inorganic-organic hybrid)

  • Antimicrobial masterbatches
  • Antimicrobial pastes for inks and paints

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Use application

  • Everyday sundries

    Cutting boards, airtight containers, kitchen sink-related articles, bathroom products, etc.

  • Household equipment

    Toilet seats, modular baths, handrails, drain traps, etc.

  • Consumer electronics

    Refrigerators, air conditioners, washing machines, vacuum cleaners, etc.

  • Architectural materials

    Floor materials, wall coverings, paints, etc.

  • Textile products

    White garments, sheets, underwear, socks, masks, carpets, etc.

  • Others

    Steering wheels, escalator handrails, hanging straps, etc.

“Bactekiller” and “Bactelite” are trademarks of fuji chemical industries, ltd., as registered with the japan patent office.

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Corporate Information

Company name
Fuji Chemical Industries, Ltd.
Head Office
Honmachi Garden City Terrace, 3F
3-5-13 Azuchimachi, Chuo-ku,
Osaka 541-0052, Japan
Tokyo Office
H1O Hirakawacho, 3F
1-6-4, Hirakawa-Cho, Chiyoda-Ku,
Tokyo 102-0093, Japan
Development Center
Amagasaki Research Incubation Center, 4F
7-1-3, Doi-Cho, Amagasaki-Shi,
Hyogo 660-0083, Japan
Subsidiary Company
Fuji Chemical (Shanghai) Co., Ltd.
Rm 407, 4F, Building A, Far East International Plaza
No. 319, Xian Xia Rd., Chang Ning District, Shanghai,
200051, P.R. China
August 1962
40 million yen
Kentaro Kiyosue

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Corporate History

  1. 1962

    Fuji Chemical Trading & Co. founded as a sales company for various petrochemical products, oils and fats, resins, etc.

  2. 2004

    Acquired part of goodwill from Kanebo Chemical Indutries, Ltd. and Muromachi Chemical Co., Ltd., and changed company name to Fuji Chemical Industries, Ltd.

  3. 2009

    Established partnership with BASF, and started overseas operations of antibacterial business.

    Acquired antibacterial business for coating uses from Sinto V-Cerax, Ltd. and launched as “Bactelite”.

  4. 2012

    Established Fuji Chemical (Shanghai) Co., Ltd. as a subsidiary in Shanghai, China to develop sales and wholesaling business for antibacterial agents, porous materials, filters andcosmetics-related materials.

    Acquired water-soluble resin businesses, including those dealing in antistatic polymer additives and wastewater treatment agents from Akzo Nobel K.K. and launched as “FUJISTAT” and “FUJIFINE”.

  5. 2017

    Inauguration of Technology Development Center with relocation of technical facilities to Amagasaki City.

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