Manufacturer of pan head self tapping screw to Belarus Factory
Product name: pan head self tapping screw Material: Copper, Carbon steel, Stainless steel 304/316/410 Size: M0.8-M36, Can be customized Surface Treatment: Black oxide ,phosphate ,zinc plated, nickel-plated and dacromet Grade: 4.8, 8, 10.9,12.9, etc Certificate: ISO9001:2008,ISO14001:2004 Standard: ISO,DIN,GB,JIS,BS,ANSI, Non-standard Quality control: ISO standard,100% Whole range inspection through the production Advantage: OEM/ODM are available Sample: Sa...
Manufacturer of pan head self tapping screw to Belarus Factory Detail:
|Product name:||pan head self tapping screw|
|Material:||Copper, Carbon steel, Stainless steel 304/316/410|
|Size:||M0.8-M36, Can be customized|
|Surface Treatment:||Black oxide ,phosphate ,zinc plated, nickel-plated and dacromet|
|Grade:||4.8, 8, 10.9,12.9, etc|
|Quality control:||ISO standard,100% Whole range inspection through the production|
|Advantage:||OEM/ODM are available|
|Sample:||Sample is free, if we have the tools available|
|Delivery detail:||7-15 days|
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We have now advanced machines. Our merchandise are exported towards the USA, the UK and so on, enjoying a good reputation amongst consumers for Manufacturer of pan head self tapping screw to Belarus Factory, The product will supply to all over the world, such as: Dominica , Switzerland , Argentina , With the goal of "zero defect". To care for the environment, and social returns, care employee social responsibility as own duty. We welcome friends from all over the world to visit and guide us so that we can achieve the win-win goal together.
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By Ricardo 2015-11-03 12:07
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