Our customers use our solutions in a wide range of products. Our solutions are mostly used in large scale electrical grids around the world, military, aerospace, agricultural machines and we have parts in public transit across the country.  However, no job is too small or too big.

Our in house machine shop, as well as our polymer testing lab allows us to go from prototyping to production in as little as 30 days or less. Once we’re in full production we can turn parts around in as short as 3 days. 

Please feel free to click on the Contact Us page and let us know if you’re looking for a solution that our services can solve.

  • Industrial Resin Moldings

     We custom build solutions that fulfill very specific needs. Our team of experienced engineers can work with you from scratch to ensure a perfect product for your application. We work with our customers on their needs from as early as prototyping, to the actual production line. We have experience on hundreds of different polymer formulas that  are guaranteed to pass all strenuous tests.


  • Potting and Encapsulations

     Our potting compounds are designed to insulate and protect electrical and electronic components from application and environmental stresses. We offer a comprehensive selection of solutions to meet the most demanding device application and specifications.

    Our electronic potting and encapsulating processes provide consistent material performance to achieve the most exacting electronic potting application. Properties include excellent dielectric properties, electrical insulation resistance, thermal conductivity, thermal shock resistance, mechanical strength, adhesion, hardness, cure speed, and chemical resistance.


  • Circuit Board Conformal Coatings

    Confromal Coating material is a thin polymeric film which “conforms” to the contours of a circuit board to protect the board’s components to act as shield against moisture, dust, chemicals, and temperature extremes. When electronics must withstand harsh environments, an added protection is necessary; most circuit board assembly houses coat assemblies with a layer of transparent conformal coating.