Crown Plastics Co. (Harrison, OH) presents a free 1-hour webinar, How Thermoplastic Tape Improves Material Handling Performance, May 6, 2014 (1:30 pm – 2:30 pm EDT / 10:30 am – 11:30 am PDT).
Hosted by IHS GlobalSpec, this presentation from Crown Plastics’ Director of Field Support Pete Ellerhorst explains how big names in the material... (read more)
Crown Plastics Co., Inc. (Harrison, OH) announced March 10th the launch of a mobile app for transportation (vehicle) designers and material handling system engineers. Design and engineering professionals browsing the Crown website from a mobile device can now search for DuraSurf UHMW-PE products and solutions from drop-down menus tailored to their industries. (read more)
Join CROWN PLASTICS representatives Pete Ellerhorst (Director of Field Support) and Alan Rowland (Vice President of Sales and Marketing) for “The Greatest Supply Chain Show on Earth” — MODEX 2014 | March 17-20, at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta.
Olympic snowboard and ski competitors in Sochi are frequently making their runs on plastic made in Harrison, Ohio.
Crown Plastics’ DuraSurf base, sidewall, and topsheet are common components in high-end snowboards and skis made in the U.S. and abroad. Crown’s sintered UHMW-PE plastic is durable, slick, and flexible, the perfect running base material. Dura... (read more)
New DuraVision 5050 high transparency topsheet is a 50/50 blend of extruded MABS
Crown Plastics DuraSurf™ STS (silicone treated surface) chute linings and conveyor strips improve product flow and protect packaging in material handling and conveyance systems while also reducing associated energy costs. Adhesive backed STS with peel-back liner is easy to install. (read more)
Tried and True. Crown Plastics adhesive-backed DuraSurf STS (Silicone Treated Surface) UHMW-PE for material handling and distribution systems is tried and true. It cuts residue buildup in package chutes, eliminating friction and speeding product flow. DuraSurf STS for conveyor belt slider beds reduces belt drag and component wear, saving money on maintenance and asso... (read more)
UHMW tape manufacturer Crown Plastics recently announced the creation of a new website designed specifically to serve the needs of the composites industry. Launched in September, the site offers a visual and technological overview of the manufacturing possibilities available to prospective clients seeking to design custom thermoplastic composites. (read more)
Crown Plastics Co. (Harrison, OH) has been making DuraSurf UHMW-PE tapes for industrial applications since the 1970’s. Now, turning their unique high-temp, high-pressure processes to other materials and markets, Crown Plastics is offering clients unique opportunities to design custom thin-gauge composites . . . (read more)
Crown Plastics' adhesive-backed cushioning & energy absorbing (CEA) materials are made from thin-gauge EPDM and Santoprene and backed with pressure sensitive adhesive. Sound dampening and energy reducing, Crown Plastics CEA is the perfect noise and vibration solution for many automotive, material handling, appliance and industrial applications. (read more)
Eliminating the natural build up of static in paper, plastics, and electronics products is a high-priority concern for manufacturing and distribution facilities. Crown Plastics’ DuraSurf ASC anti-static / conductive UHMW-PE tapes protect system components against static build up. (read more)
Crown Plastics’ adhesive-backed DuraSurf STS (Silicone Treated Surface) UHMW-PE tapes improve material movement while reducing energy consumption in belt conveyor slider beds. Crown announced that two years’ testing of DuraSurf STS material installed in package distribution facilities demonstrated energy cost savings of 16-30% or more. (read more)
The incredible durability and versatility of DuraSurf™ UHMW-PE makes it a favorite among engineers and designers in nearly every industry worldwide. It is extremely stable in temperatures ranging from 220°F, down to cryogenic lows. It is an excellent electric insulator, and is easily machined, punched, sawed, and drilled. (read more)