Q: For your timber connector, what’s material will be used?
A: Our commonly used materials are DX51D-Z275 galvanized sheet, SGC340-z275 galvanized sheet (equivalent to G300-Z275 galvanized sheet) and stainless steel ss316. (Accept custom material service and purchase materials according to customer's requirement.)
Q: How many years has your factory been in the field of wooden building fittings? How about the machines and equipment?
A: We have been in this field for 15 years, and we have 5 engineers, 10 technicians, and 120 employees; We have a variety of stamping machine equipment, punch tons of a variety of types, can meet the needs of customers;This year we have expanded the new plant and the building. The building has been put into use and the construction area has reached 5000 square meters, We warmly welcome you to visit our factory and establish a cooperative relationship with you.
Q: Where are your major markets? Are there any steady customers?
A: Our major international markets are Europe and the Americas, including Southeast Asia and Australia. Almost all of our current clients are from these regions.
Simply list several clients we've been working with for a long time: As below:
BELLEVUE GROUP (Australia)
RESIDENTIAL STRUCTURES (Australia)
MARINA LTD (Bulgaria)
JACKON (Sweden) and so on;
Q: What's your annual turnover in this field?
A: In recent years, our annual sales have stabilized between 70 million and 80 million.
This year, as of October, our sales have reached about 73 million.
Q: Can you make the complete set of wooden construction fittings?
A: Of course, we can produce a full set of wooden construction metal fittings, If I have the chance, I'd like to invite you to visit our production workshop and samples.
Q: What is a wood connector?
A: Structural connectors are made out of steel, and are engineered to connect and strengthen the frame of a home. Reinforcing the frame of a home with structural connectors helps the home resist damage caused by earthquakes, high winds and hurricanes. Framing materials secured with connectors are much stronger than if secured only with nails (called toe-nailing).
Connectors come in all shapes and sizes, and have a variety of names, such as joist hangers, holdowns and hurricane ties. Homeowners don't typically see connectors in their homes because they are covered up behind the walls.