Materials High Quality Materials for Converting

With new materials being developed every day, we’ve positioned ourselves to be a leader in stocking and converting the most advanced and widely used materials for manufacturing applications. We routinely work with adhesives, plastics, rubbers, silicone, foams and many other materials. We maintain strong partnerships with many of the world’s leading materials suppliers, including 3M, Rogers Corporation, SABIC Polymershapes and Laird Technologies. These relationships combined with our materials expertise help us stay on top of current application needs and deliver exceptional value to our customers.

Adhesives

Adhesives add value to manufacturing applications by providing reliable bonding between substrates while also helping to reduce weight, eliminate mechanical fasteners and enhance design freedom. Some of the adhesives we convert regularly include…

Adhesives

Adhesives add value to manufacturing applications by providing reliable bonding between substrates while also helping to reduce weight, eliminate mechanical fasteners and enhance design freedom. Some of the adhesives we convert regularly include rubber adhesives, silicone adhesives, acrylic adhesives and a wide range of pressure sensitive adhesives (PSA). LEARN MORE

EMI/RFI

Electromagnetic interference (EMI) and radio frequency interference (RFI) can significantly disrupt performance of electronic devices. We help OEMs and component suppliers create effective EMI/RFI management solutions using a variety of different materials. Some…

EMI/RFI

Electromagnetic interference (EMI) and radio frequency interference (RFI) can significantly disrupt performance of electronic devices. We help OEMs and component suppliers create effective EMI/RFI management solutions using a variety of different materials. Some of the products we work with to develop these solutions include conductive elastomers, aluminum foils, copper foils, metallicized fabrics and others. LEARN MORE

Foam & Sponge

Foam and sponge materials are extremely versatile, which is why they are consistently used across industries to provide impact protection, fill gaps, prevent ingress from contaminants and to dampen unwanted noise and vibration.…

Foam & Sponge

Foam and sponge materials are extremely versatile, which is why they are consistently used across industries to provide impact protection, fill gaps, prevent ingress from contaminants and to dampen unwanted noise and vibration. We work with a range of different materials — including both open- and closed-cell foams — to provide the right compression set and other characteristics our customers need to enhance their final products. LEARN MORE

Insulators

As power density and demands on electrical components increase, manufacturers need effective insulation solutions to protect users and ensure proper performance. We convert a range of electrical insulation materials to help meet these…

Insulators

As power density and demands on electrical components increase, manufacturers need effective insulation solutions to protect users and ensure proper performance. We convert a range of electrical insulation materials to help meet these needs. Some of the insulator materials we work with regularly include polyester, polyimide, epoxies, polycarbonate, polypropylene and others. LEARN MORE

Metal

Metal materials are used in every industry because of their wide availability and unique material characteristics. We have the converting capabilities to transform metal products into workable solutions for any number of manufacturing…

Metal

Metal materials are used in every industry because of their wide availability and unique material characteristics. We have the converting capabilities to transform metal products into workable solutions for any number of manufacturing applications. Some of the metals we can convert include aluminum, graphite, copper, steel and nickel. LEARN MORE

Plastics

Plastics are among the most widely used materials in the world because of their versatility and wide ranging material characteristics. We regularly convert plastics for use in the automotive, aerospace, medical, HVAC and…

Plastics

Plastics are among the most widely used materials in the world because of their versatility and wide ranging material characteristics. We regularly convert plastics for use in the automotive, aerospace, medical, HVAC and electronics markets. Our team can help create solutions using low density polyethylene, PTFE, nylon, HDPE and many other types of plastic. LEARN MORE

Rubber

Rubber materials are used for everything from seals and gaskets to impact protection, vibration dampening, shock absorption and more. We have extensive experience converting a wide variety of rubber materials. Some of the…

Rubber

Rubber materials are used for everything from seals and gaskets to impact protection, vibration dampening, shock absorption and more. We have extensive experience converting a wide variety of rubber materials. Some of the rubber products we can use to produce custom manufacturing solutions include silicone, neoprene, EPDM, TPR, butyl, natural rubber and many others. LEARN MORE

Tape

As our name implies, we specialize in converting tape products to exact specifications with tight tolerances to create reliable, high-quality solutions for our customers. From masking to bonding dissimilar substrates and many other…

Tape

As our name implies, we specialize in converting tape products to exact specifications with tight tolerances to create reliable, high-quality solutions for our customers. From masking to bonding dissimilar substrates and many other applications, we leverage our expertise to create outstanding tape-based solutions for nearly every industry. Some of the most popular tape products we convert include adhesive transfer tapes, high bond tapes, single- and double-coated tapes, masking tapes and more. LEARN MORE

Thermal Management

Thermal management materials play a vital role in preventing or isolating thermal events such as sparks, shorts or fires. To help keep end users safe and meet industry standards, we convert a wide…

Thermal Management

Thermal management materials play a vital role in preventing or isolating thermal events such as sparks, shorts or fires. To help keep end users safe and meet industry standards, we convert a wide range of materials used to create thermal protection solutions (TPS). Some of these materials include thermal transfer tapes, phase change materials, heat spreading foils and silicone or acrylics for gap pads. LEARN MORE

Materials for thermal and acoustic insulation

Some materials come in handy for thermal and acoustic insulations. These materials are respectively useful to reduce the heat flow and obstruct sound transmission (and vibration) in applications.

Thermal insulation reduces heat transfer between objects within the radiative influence or thermal contact. On the other hand, acoustic insulation is a process used to inhibit the ability of a building structure to transmit sound through it. To achieve any of these effects in applications needing it, you’ll use thermal and acoustic insulation materials.

Examples of the applications that may require heat flow reduction or sound transmission blockage include industrial equipment, telecommunication equipment, cell phones, household appliances, HVAC system, etc.

This connotes different forms of insulation. It can mean insulation made from rock wool, slag wool or glass wool. Mineral wool isn’t combustible. So, it’s appropriate if you want to insulate a large space.
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Cellulose is made from reused cardboard, paper, and other materials. It is eco-friendly. It also has nearly no oxygen in it, so it reduces fire damage.The side effect of cellulose is that it may harm you if you’re sensitive to dust from paper.
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This is an effective and widely used thermal insulation material. Fiberglass contains strands of glass weaved in insulation materials. It is cheaper. However, it contains silicon and some hazardous components. So, if you install fiberglass without using safety equipment, it can damage your body organs like the eyes and skin.
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Polystyrene is a water-proof and foam-like thermal (and acoustic) insulator. Unlike other insulators, it has a smooth surface. There are two types of polystyrene – expanded and extruded. However, the side effect is that this material uses a hazardous chemical called Hexabromocyclododecane (HBCD).
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Neoprene is produced from the polymerization of chloroprene. It is a top-notch, quality, durable acoustic insulator mostly seen in construction equipment. It is also resistant to environmental factors such as ozone and oxidation
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It is an efficient acoustic insulation material you can use for many applications. Rubber is also cost-effective.
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This is a water-resistant insulator often used in machines to stifle and prevent noise from emanating from the machine. Anyways, it’s also used for thermal control.
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It is an efficient and low compression foam you can use to prevent sound transmission. It has a broad temperature rate, stable force depression, good chemical stability and high resistance to flame and chemicals.
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This is one of the most widely used acoustic insulators.
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