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Olympic Bars

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About Olympic Bar

Olympic bar are not something that just anyone with a machine shop and a lathe can produce. It’s extreme dangerous with an incorrectly designed workout bar.

There is a reason why we are the choice of top athletes, strength and conditioning experts and training centers. That is, we do it better than anyone else.

We offer a wealth of technical information, thus we can assist you in your pursuit of the best Olympic bar. In a word, we are always available to answer any technical questions you may have. Welcome any competitive comparisons.

Finishes of Olympic Bar

  • Decorative Chrome: It’s primary purpose is for decoration, just as its name implies. So it is not suitable for a workout bar, because the constant flexing causes this finish to crack and peel over time which can be extremely dangerous.
  • Zinc: It’s a plating process with moderate corrosion resistance, which can wear over time, if compared to other finishes.
  • Hard Chrome: This method of chrome not only appeals cosmetically, but also eliminates the associated dangers, such as cracking and peeling. Hard Chrome is not very corrosion resistant but is much safer if we follow all the related processes.
  • Stainless Steel: It’s an obvious choice for corrosion resistance, but cost prohibitive for most. Furthermore, it is also a difficult material to machine if without the correct composition or heat treatment. But if we design and use them correctly, it can be of better corrosion resistance over hard chrome, Zinc or other similar finishes. In addition, it has the ability to mechanically or manually clean the workout bar without impairing the outer surface. But in extremely humid or salty environments, stainless steel can rust. However, as discussed any individual may clean it, instead of Expertise.
  • Cerakote: This Finish can provide unrivaled corrosion resistance, as long as the surface is not broken from damage. This damage can be a result of contacting with any metal objects, such as metal-to-metal contact, particular on the sleeves. For the best long term results, you may need to do some cleaning and maintenance.