Spiral-Wound Tubing for All Applications

We here at PPG have a deep history when it comes to spiral-wound tubing. When Marvin Stone invented the spiral-wound process back near the end of the 19th century, he’d stumbled upon something great that would become the building blocks of our company. We’ve grown over the years through experience and testing.

We can create spiral-wound tubes in both paper and plastic, depending on the needs of your application:

  • Paper tubing – Our spiral-wound paper tubes come in a variety of materials and specifications. Our materials range from dielectric Kraft and fish paper (vulcanized fibre) to parchment and decorative foils. Cutting, slitting, and notching machining options and custom shapes are also available.
  • Plastic tubing – Our plastic tubing materials include; heat shrink polyester (Mylar®), polyimide (Kapton®), polystyrene naphthalene film (PEN). When you need dielectric resistance and physical toughness, our ultrathin PET lay-flat tubing delivers.

This isn’t a totally comprehensive list, either. We can work with your team to come up with the optimal solution that will be a perfect fit for you. We’re committed to making sure that you have a great customer experience, and that the tubes you receive are the best on the market. Contact us today to get started.

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