Byline: Denise Husenica, NFPA Membership Manager
NFPA member companies span the spectrum of the fluid power industry. This series features the short company profile of an NFPA member as a way to highlight the diversity and strength of our industry. Today’s company is: Winner Hydraulics Corporation
No. 51, Taiyuan St., Huatan Township,
Changhua County 503007, Taiwan
Company representative: Tiffany Chen, email@example.com
Founded in 1993, Winner’s main products include hydraulic screw-in cartridge valves, solenoid valves, power packs, manifolds and coils. We have the best R&D team to provide various hydraulic solutions. Winner delivers competitive and high quality products to customer through comprehensive manufacturing system.
At Winner, we directly import top quality materials which are then inspected with our thermo scientific advantage metal analyzer. After machining, all parts are inspected by various sophisticated inspection instruments, such as roundness measuring machine, surface roughness tester and 3D coordinate measuring machine (CMM), etc.
In addition, Winner’s modern facility includes plating equipment which provides standard Zinc-Nickel plating for cartridge valves. Zinc-Nickel plating offers better corrosion resistance than Zinc plating.
If you would like to have further understanding about Winner, please find our brochure https://drive.google.com/file/d/1RWUtcgshhDtC92w5GnKQlMTO6G5AVIjX/view?usp=drivesdk
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