Minnesota Rubber and Plastics’ River Falls Wisconsin facility has received certification for processing Torlon PAI, from the manufacturer of Torlon, Solvay Specialty Polymers. Torlon has one of the highest tensile strength ratings of any thermoplastic at elevated temperatures up to 275° C (525° F), and is designed for use in the most demanding applications. This new capability further expands this plant’s already broad range of materials.
Minnesota Rubber and Plastics is a global leader in the formulation of high performance rubber and plastic parts for the transportation, water, power, medical and pharmaceutical markets. Building on a foundation of advanced material technology and manufacturing experience, Minnesota Rubber and Plastics provides superior design and production expertise for the most efficient project implementation and fastest time to market across the globe.
Minnesota Rubber and Plastics is headquartered in Minneapolis, Minnesota and employs over 1,000 employees in sales and manufacturing locations in North America, Europe and Asia.
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