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Magnetic Steel Bars

Magnetic steel bar Suppliers are subject to surface wash and cleaning to remove all impurities with it being in stock. Then it is wrapped in thin plastic. Then Bars are bundled in bubble wrap followed by assorting them in colored plastic goonies or bundles. Then an outer rope is tied to protect the Bars and they are packed in wooden box or container.

We provide Magnetic steel bar with documents such as commercial invoice, packing list, Test Reports, HS Code, Country of Origin attested by chamber of commerce, Fumigation Certificate, Warranty Letter, and Base Material Certificates.

Each heat and lot of Magnetic steel bar is supplied with a material test certificate as per EN 10204 NACE 3.1 standards indicating the chemical and mechanical properties of the fittings along with pressure rating. Instinox also confirm the guarantee of the fittings supplied as per Purchase order specifications and attest the same in the Material Test Certificate. We also welcome any third party inspection from an agency nominated by the customer to comply with NACE 3.2 Certification if required by customer at an extra cost

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