Category Archives: News

Cable Ties: A Public Service Announcement

Cable ties are great when you’re in a pinch, but should they be used everywhere?
Available in 2,3, and 4 bore (custom too!) configurations, Technibond can reduce installation time while providing a simple, clean solution to run multiple tubes.
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Armor-Air’s New Colors

In addition to clear blue, Armor-Air™ is now available in both red and navy blue.

Armor-Air™ is a reinforced multi-layer polyurethane hose capable of transferring compressed gases or fluids.

With a maximum working pressure of 210psi and a temperature range of -40ºF to 155ºF, Armor-Air™ is well-suited for a broad range of  industrial and job-site applications.

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Food Bank Contest

ATP staff members were invited to estimate the amount of money inside a toy ambulance.

The closest guess would receive a cash prize, with each try requiring a donation of 3 items to the local food pantry.

Congratulations to Peggy, winner of $441.43.

Thank you to all who donated.

Vinyl-Flex PVC is Now Made in USA

Exciting News!
With the addition of new extrusion equipment, ATP is manufacturing Vinyl-Flex™ PVC at our facility in Milford Center, OH.

The following sizes are made in OH:
  • PVC18-14 (1/8″ x 1/4″)
  • PVC316-516 (3/16″ x 5/16″)
  • PVC14-38 (1/4″ x 3/8″)
  • PVC516-716 (5/16″ x 7/16″)
  • PVC38-12 (3/8″ x 1/2″)
  • PVC12-58 (1/2″ x 5/8″)
Vinyl-Flex™ is a soft, clear PVC hose that is used in low-pressure fluid transfer applications.
Vinyl-Flex™ is NSF 61® Certified for use in potable water applications.
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Severe Weather Update

ATP’s facilities were not in the areas impacted by last night’s severe weather.
Unfortunately, our distribution center in Mechanicsburg is without power.
Dayton Power & Light assured us that the power would be restored sometime today. Nearly 100% of Dayton Power & Light’s customers in Champaign County are without power (that includes ATP).
Our facility in Milford Center is operational.
Thanks for your patience!
Updates to follow