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Quadrant Engineering Plastic Products Presents Ketron(R) 1000 IM PEEK, Ultra Performance Wear Resistant Material for Extreme Environments

READING, PA -- (Marketwire) -- 12/04/12 -- Quadrant Ketron® 1000 IM PEEK is an innovative new addition to the company's extensive line of premier PEEK polymer materials. Designed to provide an unbeatable combination of thermal resistance and high compressive strength, Quadrant Ketron® 1000 IM PEEK excels in extreme environments with unprecedented chemical and wear resistance.

Whether you're looking for injection molded shapes for thin-wall rings, extruded rods and sheets for machined parts, compression molded tubes, or rods and sheets for heavier cross-section parts -- Ketron® 1000 IM PEEK by Quadrant is your cost-effective solution. Its versatility and machinability allow for a wide variety of industry applications -- from aircraft to oil field drilling and almost everything in between.

Quadrant Ketron® 1000 IM PEEK offers outstanding bearing performance, can be used continuously up to 480 degrees in steam or hot water without permanent loss in physical properties, has a V-0 flammability rating and produces very low smoke and low toxic emissions. With its ductility and inertness making it ideal for seal components, Quadrant Ketron® 1000 IM PEEK (including 30% glass and carbon fiber filled grades) is available in a number of sizes. It is also available in black for a more aesthetic appearance in instrument components.

Kress Schwartz, Product Manager of Advanced Engineering Materials, sees Quadrant Ketron® 1000 IM PEEK as indispensable to those in the market for a material that is nearly indestructible: "The many options available in terms of load, temperature, and chemical exposure enable us to provide the best possible solution for the customer. Whether you need it in tubes, rods, or sheets, Quadrant is there to provide you with exactly the right material that meets the specifications you demand, in a shape that best fits your application and budget."

Once again, Quadrant has responded to the demands of those who need the industry's best and most innovative solutions, and Ketron® 1000 IM PEEK is yet another addition to their industry-leading line of engineering plastic products.

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 degrees F (425 degrees 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 www.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®.

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Quadrant Engineering Plastic Products
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