NFPA Welcomes New Supplier Member: Sunnen Products Co.

Sunnen logoSunnen Products is a global manufacturer of complete bore finishing solutions for low, medium, and high production applications, including hydraulic valve and cylinder manufacturing and repair. Sunnen manufactures honing and skiving/roller burnishing machines, tooling, abrasives, cutters, coolants, bore gages, and part load/unload automation. Sunnen provides application development as well as field service. Sunnen has 425,000 square feet of manufacturing/office/warehouse space at the headquarters in St. Louis, Missouri. Sunnen has global support with additional facilities in Switzerland, the UK, France, Poland, China, Brazil, and India, with additional sales offices and distributor globally.

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