Thermoforming & Assembly

Thermoformed Tubes & Tubing Assemblies

Polyflon offers high quality, bespoke thermoformed tubing, tube assemblies and thermoformed thin film diaphragms.

Custom 2D tube shapes can be formed using in-house tooling; pre-formed articles can then be finished with flanges, flares, cuffs, or plugs. Existing standard tooling inventory allows us to offer retractable coils in many different configurations to satisfy most applications, however, custom retractable coils are always possible.

Specialist markets for our thermoforming and assembled products include pharmaceutical, bio-tech, instrumentation, environmental monitoring & analysis, oil & gas and semiconductor. Most materials satisfy FDA regulatory requirements and enjoy USP Class VI approval.

Thermoformed Diaphragms:

We use our own FEP, PFA, PVDF, ECTFE films in thicknesses from 0.13 to 0.25mm to thermoform convoluted diaphragms with our in-house aluminium forming tools, which we then finish punch using in-house cutting presses.

Tube Assembly:

We offer a wide range of standard tubing connectors in PVDF, PFA, PTFE, Aluminium and Stainless Steel to connect to any straight cut tubing, pump tubing or thermoformed tubing to create custom tube assemblies.

Other Processes:

Additional processes we perform are machining, drilling, slitting, high speed cutting, manual precision jig cutting and spiral cutting.

We also offer thermoformed and assembled products specifically designed for use in medical devices, all produced in our Class 7 clean rooms. You can visit our dedicated Polyflon Medical site here:

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Punched components

Punching & Die Cutting

Polyflon's punched parts are produced from sheet, tape & film in such diverse materials as ePTFE, standard PTFE, FEP, PFA, PVDF, ECTFE, ETFE, FPM, PET, EPDM, Nitrile & Silicone.

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