We stock and slit our own unique brand of Vulcanized Fibre, Vulcanex.
Vulcanex has superior punching and forming qualities, is harder,
more moisture resistant, and has better dimensional stability than
competitive Vulcanized Fibre. Vulcanex can form and punch shapes
impossible with typical Vulcanized Fibre.
Vulcanex is available as Commercial Grade and Electrical Grade, and has superior performance.
Vulcanex is made by a company certified for ISO 9001:2008. It is
also UL recognized, and rated 94-HB. It's quality you can depend
of our large inventory of Vulcanex
Customers tell us that once they have used Vulcanex,
they wont use
any other brand of Vulcanized Fibre. Try Vulcanex and see the
difference for yourself.
Specialized Grades of Vulcanex
We also can offer many specialized types of Vulcanized Fibre,
such as Thick Homogeneous Fibre, SuperWhite Bright White Fibre
and Flame Retardant Fibre.
We are the only source for homogeneous fiber not laminated over
.100" thick. We can supply Homogeneous Fibre up to .375" thick.
Homogeneous Fibre forms better than laminated fiber, machines
better with no weak spots, does not chip like laminated fiber,
and uses no synthetic additives or glues.
Our SuperWhite Vulcanized Fibre is by far the brightest white
vulcanized fiber available. Whenever you need strength and good
looks, this is an excellent material. In stock up to .062" thick.
We are the only source for Bright Red Vulcanized Fibre, suitable
for knife handles and other applications in which a bright color
Flame Retardant Fibre
Our Flame Retardant fiber has the same excellent insulating
and machining characteristics as standard Vulcanized Fibre, but
is rated 94 V-0 by Underwriters Laboratories. This is the most
stringent class of Flame Retardancy.
Other Trade Names
Vulcanized Fibre has also been sold by companies which are no
longer selling Fibre, or who are out of business entirely.
They used tradenames such as Forbon, Peerless, and Armite.
Our Vulcanex can be used in any application which calls for these
Vulcanized Fibre is known throughout the world, but sometimes the name is a little different. In French, it is Fibre Vulcanisée. In German, it is Vulkanfiber.