Penflex Unveils Clean Metal Hose for High-Tech Markets

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GILBERTSVILLE, PA — Penflex Corporation has introduced a new metal hose designed for the cryogenics, ultra-high vacuum, and semiconductor markets. This latest innovation, named Clean ID (CL3) Hose, eliminates the use of internal tooling and fluids during manufacturing, resulting in a cleaner product.

Traditional hose production methods often leave behind greases, moisture, oils, or particulate matter. In high-tech applications where cleanliness is critical, users typically spend extra time and money on post-production cleaning, draining, drying, and testing to meet standards.

“Advances in cryogenic and vacuum sciences are enabling ever greater levels of precision, creating the need for a new kind of metal hose in the process,” said Penflex President Robert P. Barker. He emphasized that Clean ID streamlines the supply chain by removing several steps. “You can’t take out what was never there,” Barker noted, highlighting the efficiency benefits of the new product.

Penflex Corporation, based in Gilbertsville, PA, manufactures flexible metal hose, metal bellows, and expansion joints. The company serves various industries worldwide and offers additional services such as failure analysis and specialized welder training. Penflex also operates a stocking warehouse in Houston, TX, and a manufacturing facility in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, to serve the Asia-Pacific market.

The introduction of Clean ID marks a significant development in the field of specialized hosing solutions. By eliminating contaminants from the production process, Penflex aims to meet the stringent demands of advanced technological applications. This innovation could reduce costs and improve efficiency for companies operating in sensitive environments.

In summary, Penflex’s new Clean ID Hose represents a leap forward in cleanliness and efficiency for high-tech industries. This product launch underscores the company’s commitment to innovation and quality in serving its global clientele.

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