Various metal plated

Henglinda fan guard Co., Ltd. designs and manufactures all kinds of black or chrome metal wire fan guards fabricated using quality raw material with competitive price and excellent quality. Having various precision tooling, our welded steel fan guards also can be manufactured according to customers' drawings and samples.

Established in 1994, Ming Chiang Precision Co., Ltd. has been providing premium metal parts including  precision metal stampings ,  automotive metal stampings , and  metal stamping parts ,  precision dies ,  prototype stamping from our own manufacturing factory in Taiwan & China.

Ming Chiang Precision's core items include EMI Shielding Cases ,Consuming 3C Electronic Parts, Cameras Metal Stamping Prats  & Computers Metal Stamping Prats  ; and the new involved process on our lines are Plastic Insert Mounted Parts , Appearance , Laser Welding Parts & Assembly Rivet Parts, for your versatile demands. The automated & up-to-date equipment keeps us competitive around the global markets, with the lower cost , considerable quantities, accurate quality and punctual delivery requirements; meanwhile, we directly control the procedure from design, mould making, electroplating to production according to customers samples, drawing & dwg, dxf or Solid Work file. The efficient services always are at our customers satisfactory.

Persuasive factors to create customer confidence:

First -- We have been trading with the famous brand name in the world, as IBM, CANON, NIKON, LG, HTC ,SAMSUNG and MOTOROLA

Second -- We have obtained the authorized certificate of ISO9001, ISO14001, ISO/TS16949 and Green Activity.
Third -- The raw materials and anodizing treatments are conforming to RoHS compliant with import countries environmental regulation.

Fourth -- We perform 30% of our sheet metal parts exporting to Europe ( Greece, Italy, France, Germany, the Netherlands), Japan, Israel, Ukraine, Russia and 70% at our local markets.

We are glad to receive your inquiry and discuss the deep technical solution with you face on face. Your orders in small quantities with assorted items are welcome.

Early tin cans were sealed by soldering with a tin- lead alloy, which could lead to lead poisoning . Infamously, in the 1845 Arctic expedition of Sir John Franklin , crew members suffered from severe lead poisoning, thought to be caused by eating tin canned food. More recent research suggests the lead poisoning was more likely to have been caused by the water pipe system on the two ships.

Various Metal PlatedVarious Metal PlatedVarious Metal PlatedVarious Metal Plated