Philadelphia County, PA • Convoluted PTFE & Heat Shrink Tubing
Philadelphia County is the largest County in Pennsylvania with an estimated population of 1,526,006 residents as of the 2010 census. Philadelphia County is the second smallest county in the state if measured by land. William Penn created Philadelphia County as one of the three original counties of Pennsylvania in 1682. The county seat of Philadelphia County is Philadelphia, PA. The county is also the heart of the Philadelphia-Camden-Wilmington Metropolitan Statistical Area and ranks 7th for population in the United States. Some of the first European settlers in Philadelphia were the Swedes and Finns who arrived in 1638. The area was seized by the Netherlands in 1655 but was eventually permanently lost to England by 1681. William Penn received his charter for Pennsylvania from Charles II of England in 1681 and the following year he divided Pennsylvania into three counties.
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 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 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 Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania that we service include: South Philadelphia | Penn’s Landing | Old City | Manayunk | Germantown | Chestnut Hill