Polyfluor is the specialist in fluorine plastics. Our team of passionate professionals offers our clients knowledge and expertise. Stay informed about our organisation, our industry and our products through our stories.
Our team in the warehouse is a close-knit group. Together, we make sure our customers' orders are shipped as well and as quickly as possible. Hans van Dongen is a valued team member in this process. This handy guy gets on his bike every day with a good feeling to serve our customers.
This all-rounder has been working at Polyfluor since the turn of the century. As the company grew, so did she. “We are constantly raising the bar by presenting figures and setting goals. I am happy to contribute to that. We work as a chain, in which I feel like the middle link.” Time to get to know her better.
Our guardian of quality enjoys visiting clients and has learned everything by doing. This sports fanatic loves working with people and has done so for nearly 25 years. "Answering questions, solving problems and improving things. Preferably right there and then at the client's office.” Time to get to know him a bit better.
Did your package arrive on time? Then it is most likely the work of our Bernard. This top team member from the warehouse has been working for Polyfluor for over 20 years. “As a logistics employee, you need to act quickly, and you are an important part of the whole process.” Time to get to know him better.
Cleanroom hoses for high-purity applications: an important product that Polyfluor supplies to the semiconductor industry. These hoses are made from PFA, PTFE, THV, FEP, PVdF, and PUR materials, among others. A clean room is an extra clean room (in compliance with ISO 146441) in which certain operations are carried out under strict conditions.
One of the industries that has shown tremendous growth that cannot be ignored these days is the semiconductor industry. This sector consists of a set of companies that deal with semiconductors and semiconductor devices. But which products do these industries supply and how does Polyfluor contribute to them? Time to explain.