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Frac Balls: Which Material Is Optimal?

Hydraulic fracturing AKA “fracking” is the key to the surge in North American oil and gas development in the past decade especially in the U.S. shale gas/tight oil regions. In simple terms, fracking creates small fissures underground which allow trapped...

Plastics For Ultra-Pure Water

In many industries plastics are the right choice but sometimes they should be the only choice. Applications involving ultra-pure water are one of those situations. Those involved in the industry know that any materials used cannot have contaminating material, nor can...

Plastics in Aerospace

On July 6th 2013 Asiana Flight 214 crashed at San Francisco International airport, resulting in three deaths and several critical injuries. On July 9th the website, www.Plasticstoday.com published an article about how the disaster could have been worse if not for the...

Take a PEEK

Here at Redwood Plastics we are constantly reinforcing the value of plastics to a variety of industries. One thing we do is constantly remind people of the remarkable properties of plastics. Properties like low coefficient of friction, impact strength, or ease of...

Lubx Creates Energy Savings

Energy costs are a major threat to modern business. As the world’s emerging economies continue to grow the pressure on energy sources (and the price of energy) will only increase. FDA compliant Redco™ LubX® is a new High-Performance plastic designed specifically...