Products
 
 
 
C-D-E-X
Multimedia storage solution
 
 
 Made in China
 

Preventive Tire Maintenance

 
 
Building construction
and related products
 
Automotive products

 
 

 
 
 

Building construction and related products
  • PVC affordable housing concept
  •  PVC windows
  •  PVC doors
  •  PVC railing system
  •  Special PVC coating
  •  Plastic flooring boards
  •  Traditional Canadian Log-Homes
  •  Prefabricated housing concepts
  •  Residential garage doors
  •  Industrial garage doors
  •  Airplane hangar doors
  •  Hardwood flooring strips
  •  Laminated panels
  •  Flexible plywood
  •  General hardware
  •  Others

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    Tire Lyna
  • Tire Lyna is an organic gel for the preventive maintenance of tires. The product acts against the porosity of the rubber, which has the effect of keeping air pressure constant inside the tire throughout its useful life More information

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     Made in China
  • In collaboration with selected chinese manufacturers and suppliers, Sinaxis offers Canadian Small and Medium Enterprises the possibility to have labor intensive parts manufactured or sourced in China according to customers' specifications. 

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    Automotive products
  •  American cars, new and used
  •  Spare parts, new and used for American cars
  •  Tires, new and worn
  • Car care product line
  • Fuel and oil additives
  •  Oil based electrolyte for batteries
  •  Others

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    Multimedia storage solution
  • CDEX is an innovative multimedia storage solution. The open rack concept allows the storage of various types of media (CDs, Tapes, etc.) without restriction in terms of size. Each media can be labeled and registered on an Index card attached to the front of the rack. With CDEX, you will no longer waste time searching for your favorite music, softwareor picture archive. 
  • Some Pictures of CDEX

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