Reading, PA (PRWEB) March 07, 2013
Quadrant Engineering Plastic Products announced today that they are transitioning their Nylon 101 and Acetron® GP hex/square rod materials to Atlas Fibre Company. Atlas Fibre is the world's largest manufacturer of turned and precision ground rod, and Bernie Willms, Commercial Director Americas for Quadrant EPP, sees the transition as a strategic advantage to benefit hex and square rod customers. “We believe the partnership with Atlas Fibre, already known for their line of phenolic materials and their precision grinding services, will position everyone involved to best serve the needs of our distributors and end users. Atlas Fibre will continue to supply the same quality product, made from Quadrant Nylon 101 and Quadrant Acetron® GP starting materials, but manufactured and shipped from its Skokie, IL facility.” Quadrant EPP will continue manufacturing Acetron® GP and Nylon 101 round rods, sheets, plates, tubing, and bushing stock.
Quadrant Acetron® GP is a versatile copolymer acetal and is the only porosity-free acetal product available today. It is commonly found in electrical components, gears, and rollers. Of all the unmodified nylons, Quadrant Nylon 101 is the strongest, most rigid and has one of the highest melting points. Quadrant Nylon 101 is often used in railcar, steel, cement, chemical, and grain applications.
According to Atlas Fibre President, Richard Welch, the new offerings will complement the company's precision-ground round rod business. “The addition of the Nylon 101 and Acetron® GP hex and square rod capabilities is an opportunity that will enhance our thermoset rod product offerings. Atlas Fibre is committed to continuing the tradition of excellent service and quality manufacturing that Quadrant has provided its hex and square rod customers,” says Welch.
About Quadrant Engineering Plastic Products:
For over 70 years, Quadrant Engineering Plastic Products (EPP) has been proving there is simply no substitute for quality, innovation and distinction. Quadrant EPP is the global leader of high-performance engineering plastics that are used for machined parts in food processing and packaging, semiconductor manufacturing, aerospace, electronics, chemical processing, life sciences, power generation and diverse industrial equipment. Its superior products range from UHMW polyethylene, nylon and acetal to ultra-high performance polymers that resist temperatures to over 800°F (425°C).
With a rich history as a company who pioneered machinable plastics, Quadrant is backed by a global team of application development and technical service engineers who specialize in evaluating designs and machining parts. Products and services are available through a worldwide network of branch offices, technical support centers and authorized dealers. Learn more about Quadrant at quadrantplastics.com . Use the Industry or Product Finders to access specific information, specs and applications. Connect with Quadrant, "quadrantepp" on Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter.
Registered trademarks of the Quadrant group of companies: Acetron®, CleanStat®, Duraspin®, Duratron®, Erta®, Ertalyte®, Ertalene®, Ertalon®, Extreme Materials®, Fluorosint®, Ketron®, MC®, Monocast®, Nylatron®, Nylasteel®, Polypenco®, Proteus®, Sanalite®, Semitron®, Techtron®, TIVAR® and Vibratuf®.
About Atlas Fibre Company:
The Atlas Fibre Company began operation in 1957 and has since become the world's largest manufacturer of turned and precision ground rod. Atlas Fibre is located in Skokie, IL. It is a supplier of thermoset sheet, rod and tube as well as precision machined thermoset, thermoplastic components. For more information visit Atlas Fibre Company’s website at http://www.atlasfibre.com.
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Kim Imes, Marketing
Quadrant Engineering Plastic Products
Mark Mush, National Sales Manager
Atlas Fibre Company
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