Porex Virtek highly reflectivity PTFE starts off in sheet form; however, flat sheet is not always ideal for reflector design. Common secondary processes for sheet products include die cutting, adhesive backing, thermoforming, and rolling into tubes. Below are some of our certified partners who are experts in these processes.
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Thermoforming & Die Cutting
Located in Colorado, USA, Genesis Plastics Technologies is focused on thermoforming and die cutting sheet products into all types of shapes, from simple to very complex. Genesis can ship globally and has a direct US sales team and global agents.
For more information on Porex UV products available through Genesis Plastic Technologies, see information below:
1226 E 18th Street
Greeley, CO 80631
Phone: 1-970- 356-3487
FAX: 1-970- 356-4656
Spiral Wound Tubing
With multiple US locations, Electrolock focuses on spiral-rolling sheet stock into tubes. Ideal for both air and water disinfection reactors, Electrolock can provide a multitude of diameters, lengths and backing materials as well as die-cutting to complement their tube products. Electrolock can ship globally and has a direct sales team and sales agents.
Wall Thickness: 008″ – .118″ (0.2 to 3 mm)
Inside Diameters: .050″ – 6.0″ (2 to 152 mm)
Tube Lengths: .500″ (12.7 mm) – Continuous (depends on material)
For more information on Porex products available through Electrolock Inc., see information below:
Distributor of small quantities of reflective media
56 Sparta Avenue Newton, New Jersey 07860
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