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A.B.P. Stainless Fasteners Co., Ltd. - Website link not visible. Please login or register to view.
A.B.P. is the leading manufacturer of stainless steel fasteners in Thailand facilitating a production capacity of over 6,000 metric tonnes per year. Established in 1994, they have been supplying fasteners to various industries, particularly to the automotive, construction, manufacturing and electronics industries. OTheir ever-expanding range of products is now distributed locally as well as exported globally to countries like United States, EU countries, Switzerland, Norway, Japan, Australia, New Zealand, Middle East and Asia.
Products: Hex Head Cap Screws, Hex Lag Screws, Socket Head Cap Screws, Threaded Rod, Carriage Bolt, Single End Or Double End Stud, Stud Bolt, U-Bolt, J-Bolt And Custom Made Products.
Aapico Public Co., Ltd. - Website link not visible. Please login or register to view.
The largest turnkey automotive jig supplier in South East Asia with leading edge technology. Design, manufacture, dimensional check and install jigs all over the world. Design, Making, CNC machining, CAD/CAM Systems, Checking fixtures, Simultaneous engineering, Overseas commissioning. Produce high quality body parts, such as floor parts, cross members, pillars, brackets, clips and others, including sub-assemblies. Press parts and sub-assemblies are supplied to the local OEM market. Currently the only manufacturer who can produce the fuel tank almost al hundred percent in-house. Together with state-of-the-art machinery/equipment and well-trained personnel, the fuel tanks are of “world-class” quality fitted to Ford/Mazda pickups and are being exported all over the world. Manufactures chassis frames for Isuzu and General Motors. And more.
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What is: metal
In chemistry, a metal (Greek: Metallon) is an element that readily loses electrons to form positive ions (cations) and has metallic bonds between metal atoms. Metals form ionic bonds with non-metals. They are sometimes described as a lattice of positive ions surrounded by a cloud of delocalized electrons. The metals are one of the three groups of elements as distinguished by their ionization and bonding properties, along with the metalloids and nonmetals. On the periodic table, a diagonal line drawn from boron (B) to polonium (Po) separates the metals from the nonmetals. Most elements on this line are metalloids, sometimes called semi-metals; elements to the lower left are metals; elements to the upper right are nonmetals.
An alternative definition of metals is that they have overlapping conduction bands and valence bands in their electronic structure. This definition opens up the category for metallic polymers and other organic metals, which have been made by researchers and employed in high-tech devices. These synthetic materials often have the characteristic silvery-grey reflectiveness (luster) of elemental metals.
The traditional definition focuses on the bulk properties of metals. They tend to be lustrous, ductile, malleable, and good conductors of electricity, while nonmetals are generally brittle (if solid), lack luster, and are insulators. (Many thanks to wikipedia)