Cook County, Illinois • PTFE Heat Shrink Tubing
Cook County is located in Illinois and is the second most populated county in the United States next to Los Angeles County. The population of Cook County is estimated to be 5.2 million residents. The county seat of Cook County is Chicago which is the largest city in the state of Illinois and the third most populated city in the United States.
Cook County was created on January 15, 1831 out of Putnam County. The county was named after Daniel Cook, one of the earliest statement in the history of Illinois. The county government of Cook County is mostly made up of Board Commissioners and other elected officials such as the Sheriff, State’s Attorney, Treasurer, etc…
Custom fabrication of Convoluted PTFE Tubing along with quick turnaround puts Tef-Cap in a position to respond to the needs of the ever-changing environment and fields where precision and quality count in Cook County, Illinois. Convoluted PTFE Tubing has about 90 % of the bend radius as Corrugated FEP Tubing but provides a better flex life and is self-draining.
Tef-Cap Industries manufactures and stocks a complete line of Heat Shrinkable PTFE , FEP and PFA Tubing all from FDA and USP Class VI approved resins. Large Diameter Heat Shrinkable FEP Roll Covers. Extruded smooth bore FEP, PFA & PTFE Spaghetti Tubing in AWG Sizes, Industrial Wall and Heavy Construction.
Towns and areas within Cook County, Illinois that we service include:
Chicago | Evanston | Oak Park | Orland Park | Palatine | Skokie