A. No, we are a custom manufacturer of dielectric insulating tubing and bobbins.
A. Because we do everything for our customers based on their specifications, we do not carry any "in stock" items nor have any pricing that is set up front. We would be glad to provide you with a quotation based on your specific needs. Feel free to contact us or go to our "Quote" page.
A. We have from time to time sent out samples if the quote we provide is what you're looking for but it would be on a case-by-case basis. Email us your needs and we'll do our best to accommodate you!
A. For a number of reasons we no longer manufacture fiberglass tubing. We feel a much better substitute material is either Nomex® (if temperature is your priority) or Phenolic (if strength is your priority).
A. It is possible in some cases but it depends on the material.
A. It is not a general practice for us, but since we do customize all our products to your specifications, we'll do our best to accommodate you.
A. Normally our machines are set up to use the materials we have on hand but email us your request and we'll let you know if it's possible.
A. Absolutely!
A. Yes, many of our materials can be combined.
A. It depends on the custom order you want and what particular material, but normally it is something that we should be able to accommodate.
A. Basic cost comparison is in our "Guide to Insulating Materials for Tubing & Bobbins", but as a reference Kraft is the least expensive, while Kapton® is the most expensive.
A. We would prefer to quote only on the finished size of the tube you need.
All our current catalog brochures are available on this web site in PDF format (or can be mailed to you by request) through our "Literature" page, (Adobe Acrobat required for viewing).
A. Unfortunately, this is not supported at this particular time.
A. Most of our sales staff is inside due to the custom nature of our business. Though we do have some outside sales representation.
A. Please contact our customer service department for more assistance.