Grand Falls, New Brunswick, Canada – February 2, 2018 In response to its continued expansion and growth, Enflo LLC, a Connecticut based manufacturer of PTFE products has recently hired Mike McAteer to oversee the operations of its Grand Falls, New Brunswick, Canada manufacturing plant. As Enflo’s Director of Operations, Mike is responsible for ensuring that
Bristol, CT – November 3, 2017 Norm Westphal has joined Enflo, LLC in a new role created to address the company’s growth. As Enflo’s Systems and Process Manager, Norm is responsible for overseeing all Information Technology functions, ERP system administration, ISO compliance and Quality Management process oversight and compliance. Enflo LLC, a leading manufacturer of
Bristol, CT – October 9, 2017 Enflo LLC, a leading manufacturer of PTFE products, has brought on board Karl Forsander as its new Vice President – Sales. Enflo is aggressively adding talent as it looks to increase market share and assist customers requiring PTFE solutions not offered by other manufacturers. Mr. Forsander brings extensive experience
Enflo LLC, continues its investment in new executive talent with the hiring of Jonathan Stanek as Chief Financial Officer (CFO). Mr. Stanek’s extensive experience overseeing financial functions for high-growth companies makes him particularly suitable for this challenging role at Enflo LLC. As CFO for Enflo LLC, Mr. Stanek will be responsible for ensuring that Enflo’s
Enflo is pleased to announce the launch of their new responsive website which provides access to all features and information of the old website, including product overviews, company news, and contact information. The site’s new, responsive design allows visitors to access the information from any device – computer, phone, tablet – with simple, flexible navigation.
Enflo has expanded its offerings to Bridge Bearing companies with a newly added capability to provide dimples in PTFE sheet. Dimpled PTFE sheets are used in bridge bearing applications to provide a reservoir for lubricant to further reduce the coefficient of sliding friction beyond the inherently low coefficient of sliding friction of unlubricated PTFE. Enflo
Enflo announced today that the University of Connecticut working together in a joint applied research project, has proven the feasibility of embedding sensors in PTFE for bridge bearings. UConn’s Principal Investigator Dr. Arash E. Zaghi stated: “Bridges are the most critical elements of transportation infrastructure systems. In the coming years, a significantly large number of