NFPA Welcomes New Product Supplier Member: Round Ground Metals/RGM, Inc.

Based in Hanover Park, IL, and with distribution centers around the country, Round Ground Metals/RGM, Inc. has a 28-year history of specializing in the production of precision-tolerance round bars from hot roll stock. The company stocks several thousand tons of material in various stainless, carbon, and alloy grades. Manufacturing practices include material selection, precision straightening, turning, burnish/polishing, centerless grinding, cutting, heat treating, facing, end-stamping, packaging, testing, and logistics. Also provided are manufacturing processes for bar and tubing materials supplied by customers. The company offers a complete diameter range (1/16” to 12″ diameters) with bar lengths ranging from 8 ft. to 50 ft. They have the ability to process ferrous, non-ferrous, heat-treated, standard, and specialty grades of material. Surface finishes and tolerances are produced to precise customer requirements, and the company has been ISO-9001:2015 certified.

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