Convoluted Tubing – This tubing contains multiple convolutes in series resulting in a highly flexible and maneuverable tubing material. Commonly called flexible conduit, this tubing is used as protective covering for wires and fiber optics in critical areas of aerospace, automotive, and general industrial applications where flexibility, clarity, and performance are key. Zeus PEEK convoluted tubing can withstand continuous temperatures up to 500 °F (260 °C).
Custom Profiles – We excel in the production of tight-tolerance custom profiles for our extruded products. From standard products such as guide rail covers to ultra-precise extruded profiles for minimally invasive surgical devices, we have developed the technology to bring unique extruded profiles from concept to reality. Our other custom PEEK profiles include engineered surface tubing and splines.
Extruded Tubing – This dynamic and high performing thermoplastic exhibits toughness, high temperature tolerance, and exceptional chemical resistance making it suitable for use almost anywhere. PEEK tubing can be used to protect its contents from abrasion and mechanical stresses as well as providing insulating properties for electrical applications. Where weight is a concern, PEEK is being used to replace heavier metal parts in the aerospace and automotive industries.
Multi-Lumen – As multi-lumen tubing, this PEEK product contains numerous lumens, or “passages,” to create multiple working channels that run the length of the tubing. Multi-lumen tubing is widely used in medical devices such as catheters as well as in electronic devices and fluid handling applications. Zeus manufactures multi-lumen tubing with tight tolerance capabilities and high quality standards.
PEEK Drawn Fiber – PEEK Drawn Fiber is a perfect material from which to form a braided sleeve that is expandable and flexible for protecting wires and hoses. This high tensile strength and lightweight material exhibits superior friction and wear properties when used in abrasive environments. PEEK is also commonly utilized in medical settings for catheter braiding to provide structural reinforcement where metals are not preferred.
PEEK Insulated Wire – Also known as magnet wire, our PEEK Insulated Wire results from the extrusion of PEEK over a wide range of solid conductors and conductors in stranded forms such as copper wire. This wire is specifically aimed for use in challenging environments such as oil and gas, automotive, aerospace, and electrical industries. Zeus PEEK magnet wire delivers superior abrasion resistance and the ability to withstand intense burdens and exposure to caustic fluids. For some applications, little or no varnish is required.
PEEK Lay-Flat™ Tubing – This product is tubing that is pressed flat and delivered spooled onto rolls or cut to length. Lay-Flat tubing provides a seamless flattened tubing with extremely thin walls and flexibility. PEEK Lay-Flat™ tubing provides strength, lubricity, chemical inertness, and biocompatibility. Our PEEK Lay-Flat™ is also utilized for its insulating capabilities as slot liners and phase insulation for motors.
PEEKshrink™ – This heat shrinkable material provides all of the benefits of PEEK in a shrink-to-fit form. PEEKshrink™ encapsulation provides a layer of protection for sensitive components used in many applications including medical devices, electronics, telecommunications hardware, and oil exploration equipment. PEEK’s inherent purity, lubricity, and toughness make it an ideal choice for analytical and life sciences applications. PEEKshrink’s™ temperature tolerance also makes it particularly suited to wire splicing and wire harness applications used near engines or hot motor environments.
PEEK Sub-Lite-Wall® – Where exceptionally thin walls are required, our PEEK Sub-Lite-Wall® tubing is your best choice to meet this need. This custom order tubing is typically purchased for tubing requiring wall thicknesses < 0.004″ (0.102 mm). Thin-walled tubing is particularly important where space considerations are key such as within the interior of endoscopes or as heat shrink over wiring to allow greater packing.