Convoluted. Helical convolutes are formed during the extrusion to create tubing that is highly flexible and kink resistant. We can cuff the ends of PTFE convoluted tubing to provide a smooth finish that easily attaches to fittings. We can also slit convoluted tubing so wires or optical fibers can be easily wrapped for protection or pulled out to reach connections.
Drilling. Eco can drill precise holes in tubing, either on a specific area of a tube or cut part or in a sequenced pattern.
Etching. PTFE, FEP, PFA, and ETFE are very lubricious tubing products. Sometimes applications require them to be bonded effectively to other parts including other plastics. Chemical etching can be applied to the outside diameter (OD), ID, or both to improve bondability.
Fillers. Eco can add fillers to our materials prior to extrusion to enhance attributes such as tensile strength, abrasion resistance, static dissipation, and more.
Flaring. We can form flares on the tubing which we manufacture to create easier pathways to insert medical stents, wires, optical fiber, and other instruments into the inside diameter (ID) of the extrusion.
Flanging. We can heat-form tubing material around 90 degrees from the OD to create a stop gap for over molded-components. Flanges can be round, rectangular, or square.
Product Assembly. Ecp offers light product assembly services to supply a finished sub-component such as a heat shrinking over wire or attaching metal fittings and other components to the tubing.
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