Address: No. 5, Ang Mo Kio Street 64 (S) 569085
Tel: (65) 6481 1919, Fax: (65) 6481 3703
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
KONG HENG began humbly in 1979 by Mr Goh Ah Sen as an Electro-Plater. He first started off by renting a HDB factory in Ang Mo Kio with a small factory space of 2000 square feet and a staff of 3 workers. Since then, the company has soared aggressively through organic growth. In the year 2000, KONG HENG has expanded its business by acquiring the present premises, which currently consists of a build up area of 45,000 square feet with a workforce of over 70 employees, operating 24 hours a day to service the marketplace.
With over 40 years of experiences in Metal Finishing Field, KONG HENG specializes in providing Metal Finishing Solution for Industries such as Aerospace, Construction & Building Material, Precision Engineering & Manufacturing, Marine Oil & Gas, Semiconductor & Electronics Components, Pharmaceutical & Medical Equipment, Automotive and Consumers. This makes the company uniquely qualified in providing the Best Solutions for your needs.
KONG HENG METAL POLISHING CO. has achieved the AS 9100D, ISO 9001:2015 and ISO 14001:2015 Quality Management System Certification and is dedicated to deliver Quality Metal Finishing Services to all our Customers. The company is committed to meet Customers’ Requirement and Expectations. We will continue to improve our Skills & Knowledge and in upholding all the Quality System Certification.
What Is an Anodized Finish?
An Anodized Finish is a Clear or Colored finish that is processed through a chemical bath and chemically applied to the surface of ‘Aluminum’ because of its strength and durability, it was used for a variety of purposes. Many of the satellites circulating the Earth are protected from space debris by layers of anodized aluminum. The automobile industry relies heavily on anodized aluminum for trims and protective housings on exposed parts. Furniture designers often use anodized aluminum as the framework for outdoor pieces as well as the base metal for other decorative items. Modern home appliances and computer systems may utilize anodizing for its protective housing.