Conductive Plastics Company
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The idea for this business was actually conceived when Delmar was in the United States army. As a Captain in the Green Berets, one has to be skilled in many areas. The 81 mm mortar rocket was wrapped in a conductive wrap. This is because a static spark could possibly detonate ammunition which would be catastrophic. A procurement officer at Piccatiny Arsenal in New Jersey told Delmar that if he could figure out how to make a conductive bag, the Government would save the taxpayers money. Delmar not only figured this out but also realized that the growing electronic industry also needed such an item. Carbon was added to the polyethylene to make a black plastic bag that would absorb sparks much like a kitchen counter sponge absorbs water. "It's still there but its under control," says Delmar.
These bags and film and produced with a carbon black additive to provide protection for sensitive electronic devices or to line containers where explosive materials are stored. Unlike traditional and non-amine films, black conductive films are humidity independent, so they require no humidity to remain effective. They also offer a virtually unlimited shelf life and execellent corrosion resistance, and will not contaminate products with which they come in contact.
Conductive Plastics knows that you want your company's name, logo, and graphics on your package. Our expert printers will make your bags, cases, and even your foam packaging come alive with your corporate identity. Just supply us with the artwork and let us do the rest. Everything from a one-color random print, to an eight-color process print. No job is too big or too small. So, if you need your packaging printed, you need to contact CPC.
Low density urethane, stiffened and unstiffened, is available for packaging of odd shaped parts for the transportation of printed circuits, computer chips, etc. Conductive Plastics also has high density and ultra high density conductive foam. The high density foams are specifically engineered for lead insertion and are designed to prevent degradation.