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Han Zhong Quan Yuan Electronic Co., LTD. is a professional high-tech enterprises committed to the research, development, design and manufacture and sale of load cell, high precision resistance strain gauge and pressure sensor, fittings for electronic weighing apparatus and automatic control system with QuanYuan brand.
QuanYuan are certified according to ISO 9001:2008 and produce strictly in accordance withR60 recommendation of international Organization of Legal Metrology (OIML).
All electronic products are with good performance and high-level quality, which are widely used in electronic weighing apparatus, metallurgy, construction machinery, chemical and other industries. The products are not only sold very well in domestic, but also welcomed in Europe, America, Southeast Asia and other main countries in abroad. QuanYuan win high praise and good reputation from users in domestic and abroad. The production and sales are growing up year by year in successively.
In order to better satisfy the demand of international market, QuanYuan is going to expand production scale and invest in the construction of new production base, with an area of nearly 8,000 square meters, which is expected to be fully put into production in 2017.
Sincerely welcome the cooperation and guidance from new and old customers in worldwide.scale load cell
website:http://www.qysensors.com/

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