Classic Column Head Mould-5

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The Classic Column Head Mould is made by the special GRG high-strength powder mixing with the high-strength alkali-free fiberglass and reinforcer. To increase the strength of the structures, we will embed wooden timbering, galvanized keel, fiberglass rob, fiberglass mesh cloth. The products are featured by high strength, good flexibility and good resistance to impact. So it is widely used in senior clubs, five-star hotels, luxury villas, modernization office building.


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We can offer Mould for Roman Column Head products, diameter size: 300MM 350MM 400MM 450MM 500MM 550MM 600MM. Other sizes can be customized according to customer requirements.


Classic Column Head Mould


Classic Column Head Mould

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High pressure water.
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1. Manufacturer Overview

Location Jiangsu, China
Year Established 2000
Annual Output Value Above US$ 10 Million
Main Markets 20.00% North America
20.00% South America
10.00% Eastern Europe
10.00% Southeast Asia
10.00% Northern Europe
10.00% South Asia
10.00% Western Europe
5.00% Africa
5.00% Mid East
Company Certifications ISO9001:2000

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a)Trade Capacity  
Nearest Port Lianyungang PORT
Export Percentage 31% - 40%
No.of Employees in Trade Department 10-20 People
Language Spoken: English; Chinese;
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Factory Size: Above 26,000 square meters
No. of Production Lines Above 10
Contract Manufacturing Design Service Offered; Buyer Label Offered
Product Price Range High; Average