"Spiratex UHMW Application"

At Spiratex, we’re incredibly proud of the reputation we’ve been able to earn as a leading provider of custom extrusion solutions since all the way back in 1955. Truly, we’re masters of complexity – the harder a design is, the more we end up liking it.

Of course, our products themselves are just one part of what we do here. Equally important are the helpful blogs and articles that we post on a regular basis – resources that we feel help our clients better understand the industry and why it matters. In fact, there are a number of recent blog posts in particular that we definitely think you’ll want to know about.

The Spiratex Blog: Recent Updates

One recent blog that we authored that we think you’ll find helpful is called “HDPE v LDPE Tubing Custom Applications.” As the name suggests, it breaks down not only the different chemical composition that exists between HDPE and LDPE, but also the various applications that are ideal for one type of material versus the other. Both are ideal for applications like automotive, geophysical, industrial, material handling and more – but for different reasons. To find out more about these distinctions, click the link above.

Another blog that we’ve recently published is called Flexible vs. Rigid Plastic Extrusion.” It touches upon the idea that many custom plastic extrusion organizations offer both flexible and rigid plastic extrusion parts to clients in an attempt to meet their needs. But which is the right option for your application? Are there inherent benefits in one type of this process versus another? How can you tell which one will bring your next big project the highest number of long-term benefits? These are the types of questions this blog was designed to answer, and you can view it by clicking the link above.

Finally, we’ve also published a blog post titled “Spiratex UHMW Application” – one intended to shed light on just what you can accomplish with UHMW/PE when the material is utilized to its fullest potential. UHMW/PE has a plethora of excellent qualities including but not limited to high impact strength, self-lubrication, chemical resistance, excellent dielectric and insulating properties, the fact that its biologically inert and much, much more. When you consider these benefits, the possibilities are practically limitless. Click the link above to find out more about this exceptional material and what it can do for you.

At Spiratex, we always make it a priority to help keep our customers up-to-date on all the latest industry happenings that we feel people need to know about. Our blog is just one of the many ways in which we do that, and it’s also why we make an effort to update it on a regular basis. So If you’d like to find out about even more helpful posts that have recently gone live, or if you just have any additional questions you’d like to discuss with someone in a bit more detail, please don’t delay – contact the team at Spiratex today.

By Jack

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