NFPA Welcomes New Member: Savik Super-Chrome Inc.

Chrome plated steel bars and tubes – Diameters 0.500″ to 6.000″ (12mm to 150mm) – Imperial and metric diameters. Non-standard diameters available upon request – Steel grade: 1045, 10v45, 1050, 4140/4130, DOM 1026 tubes, Seamless tubes – Chrome thickness: 0.0005″, 0.001″, 0.002″ and more – Savik “Superior plating”: Corrosion-resistant product for products used in harsh environments – Induction hardening – Cutting, grinding, polishing, transportation and logistics.

Savik Super-Chrome Inc
2875 Rue de l’industrie
Trois Rivieres
Quebec, Canada G8Z 3X9
819-376-3737
www.savik.com

OCR Maxime Morin, General Manager
mmorin@savik.com

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