What we can contribute to you through our products

  • REDUCE THE AMOUNT OF WASTE TO 1/100
  • REDUCES DIOXIN BY 98%
  • NO WASTE SORTING
  • GENERATES HOT WATER
PROVEN TECHNOLOGY PHOTOS

PROVEN TECHNOLOGY

  • USED IN 80 COMMUNITIES IN OKINAWA
  • HOLDS 14 PATENTS INCLUDING 3 INTERNATIONAL PATENTS
  • FEATURED IN G20 SUMMIT 2019
  • SELECTED BY MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS FOR AN OVERSEA AID PRODUCT
PROVEN TECHNOLOGY PHOTOS

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Chirimeser series of small incinerators that solve your garbage problem.
There is various video of Chirimeser.
Seeing is believing.
You should find a Chirimeser that solves your garbage problem !

(bahasa Indonesia)
Serangkaian insinerator kecil Chirimeser yang memecahkan masalah sampah Anda.
Penuh dengan video dari berbagai chirimesers.
Melihat adalah percaya.
Anda harus menemukan Chirimeser yang memecahkan masalah sampah Anda !

Overseas version Chirimeser video
Overseas version Chirimeser video

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Video versi Indonesia
Video versi Indonesia

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Customer Reviews

Wan Nyan Memorial

Wan Nyan Memorial is located in a line of office buildings, a 5-minute walk from Tsubogawa Station on the Yui Rail, Tsubogawa, Naha City. Wan Nyan Memorial was established 16 years ago. A ceremony hall for pet-only cremations and funerals. Since its founding, we have been using the small incinerator Chirimeser of Thomas Technical Research Institute. We interviewed Mitsuru Murayama, the store manager.

Daikei Sangyo Corp.

Daikei Sangyo Co., Ltd. is a pioneer in the water pollution prevention membrane rental industry in Okinawa Prefecture, which has been in business for 36 years. Itoman Sales Office “Water Pollution Prevention Membrane Management Center" In a maintenance yard with all sections paved for 3,000 tsubo (approx. 2.44 acres) with clean management and abundant inventory, we also respond to various requests such as special orders that match the harsh natural environment of Okinawa.

Naminoue Shrine

Naminoue Shrine is a shrine located on a hill overlooking Naha Port in Naha City, Okinawa Prefecture. Known as “Nanmin" by the citizens of the prefecture, the shrine is known to all the citizens of the prefecture because there are crowded with many people every New Year’s first visit. Naminoue Shrine is a historical shrine where the people of Okinawa (Ryukyu) used to pray as a place of worship at Naminoue Shrine, a sacred place where the people of Okinawa (Ryukyu) prayed for good harvest and peace to the gods of Nirai Kanai over the sea. Currently, it is designated as a Shrines on the Special List (Beppyo Jinja) of the Association of Shinto Shrines.

US CHIRIMESER TG-100

US CHIRIMESER TG-100
Full automatic operation
After putting in the garbage, the fire will be extinguished automatically.

US CHIRIMESER TG-100

Major features

Combustion control by computer

Enter the combustion program according to the customer’s request.
Maximum effect with minimum cost.

Almost no smoke

No smoke is emitted even when the tires are incinerated alone.

Ultra low dioxin

The combustion temperature is automatically controlled, and dioxins are pyrolyzed at high temperatures!

Power supply is three-phase 200V ※2

Use kerosene as fuel

Tap water

It is used for combustion control in the incinerator. ※3

  • ※1 The transition to the end stop operation is normally set in 30 minutes, but it can be changed according to the customer’s usage environment.
  • ※2 Requires a separate power supply (breaker)
  • ※3 General tap water pressure is required

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TG-49 FOR GENERAL, MEDICAL, PLASTIC WASTE

This award-winning small scale incinerator is perfect for remote and island communities. It requires no sorting of waste as it processes various types of trash in one hour while reducing waste to 1% in volume. The operation is safe and easy.

Simply put in the trash and press start. The control panel will do the rest. You will never have to worry about shutting it off or monitoring as you do with other incinerators.

The heat from incineration produces hot water and hot air. The byproduct can benefit facilities like hospitals, hotels, laundry facilities and farm green houses. While our product offers added benefits, we feel its best feature is the environmental safety.

It minimizes dioxin and other pollutant to 1/50 below Japanese regulation level which is the lowest among developed counties. We obtained several patents to secure our leading position in the industry.

* Electricity co-generation model ready in 2021.

TG-49 model in operation
TG-49 model in operation
TG-49 model in operation at a public hospital in Denpasar

IDEAL FOR MEDICAL WASTE MANAGEMENT

Chirimeser is smoke free even when it burns tires, let alone plastic waste. Recognizing its proven technology, Japan’s Foreign Ministry chose Chirimeser as part of their ODA efforts to help solve medical waste problems in Indonesia.

A TG-49 that was installed in a public hospital in Denpasar, safely disposes used syringes and other medical material while keeping the air clean for the patients and residents around the hospital.

Kenji Fukutomi, CEO of Thomas Technical Institute Co.,Ltd. and client.

EMISSION OF POLLUTANT WITH INCINERATION

TG-49  Exhaust smoke component test results

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TG-195 FOR LANDFILL

TG-195 model

IDEAL FOR THE USE IN LANDFILL

TG-195 model is a middle-sized incinerator with a processing capacity of 1.4 ton per day. It is a great solution to replacing a landfill or extending the life of a landfill.

WHAT HAPPENS TO THE TRASH YOU PUT IN A LANDFILL?

A plastic water bottle takes 450 years to decompose in landfills. Disposable diapers take 550 years to degrade. Everything we put on our landfill stay in the land for a long time and leach potentially toxic substances into the soil and water.

The research shows the impact of terrestrial microplastic pollution will be four times greater than marine microplastic pollution.

Moloka'i landfill in Feb 2019
Moloka’i landfill in Feb 2019

CHIRIMESER SERIES SPECIFICATION

TG-195 Exhaust smoke component test results

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Our Story

Kenii Fukutomi, an Amami island native  Founder-CEO of Thomas Technical Institute
Kenii Fukutomi, an Amami island native
Founder-CEO of Thomas Technical Institute

Kenji Fukutomi, CEO of Thomas Technical Institute Co.,Ltd. was born and raised in Amami Oshima Island located north of Okinawa. Known as the Galapagos of the East due to its rich resources of endemic and endangered species of plants and animal, the island chain is on the list awaiting designation as a natural property of UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

The common problem among these island communities in Okinawa is waste management. The residents have long protected virgin forests and coral reefs in the urrounding clear waters by not building landfills on the islands. As a result, they faced many challenges in trying to dispose their trash as they can’t afford the high cost of building an incinerator plant or transporting it off islands.

Kenji who graduated from Ryukyu University with a degree in engineering, tried to solve the problem by building a small-scale incinerator that can process various types of trash.

His goal was to make it smoke free and drastically reduce toxic air pollutants. After a series of trial and error, he discovered the cause of smoke and developed a technology that combusts the smoke itself.

This later became the patent technology that set his company apart from the rest of the industry. He also succeeded in reducing the emission of dioxin to 1/50 of the regulation measure set by Japanese government.

Kenji gave an Okinawan name to the incinerator to honor the mother nature of the islands. “Chirimeser", meaning “a machine that burns various waste" is now serving over 80 remote and island communities in Japan.

In 2018, an Iranian tanker wrecked in East China Sea and the spilled crude oil reached the coast of Amami Oshima Island. Thomas Technical Institute provided a Chirimeser to the community to clean up the debris and plastics covered in oil.

The small incinerator set near the beach processed the mixed waste without pollutant smoke. If the oil covered waste was buried in a landfill, it would have caused devastating damage to the soil and ocean.

Kenji who felt the special honor to serve his home island with his invention said “I understand the struggles we face in living in a remote community. Nothing makes me happier than to know our technology helped protect our mother earth and people."

members of Thomas Technical Institute and coustomers.

Award

2016 Minister of the Environment Award of Japan

2013 Okinawa Prefectural Government Invention and Patent Award

2016 Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry Award for excellent business practice.

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2020-11-25

Posted by thomas