Company Overview of Zeus, Inc.
Zeus, Inc. develops and produces fluoropolymer tubing for medical, fluid handling, electrical, and mechanical industry markets. It offers fluoropolymers, custom extruded products, heavy construction products, heavy wall products, convoluted products, PTFE heat shrink products, FEP heat shrink products, heat shrinkable roll covers, monofilaments/fibers, splines, and guide rail covers. Zeus, Inc. was founded in 1966 and is based in Orangeburg, South Carolina. The company has operations in North America and internationally.
3737 Industrial Boulevard
Orangeburg, SC 29118
Founded in 1966
Key Executives for Zeus, Inc.
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
Zeus, Inc. Key Developments
Zeus to Launch High-Temperature NeoTem and Peek Fiber Optic Coatings at Photonics West
Feb 17 15
Zeus unveiled two new high-temperature polymer coatings for fiber optic technology at the SPIE Photonics West trade show in San Francisco February 10 to 12, 2015. Zeus NeoTem coated optical fiber is a high temperature shield (300° C) that is chemically inert and offers improved permeation resistance to CH4, O2, CO2 and water. The company initially introduced its extruded products made from NeoTem as a solution for the oil industry at last year’s Offshore Technology Conference in Houston. Oil and gas engineers needed a polymer able to retain its mechanical integrity in high-thermal environments such as steam assisted gravity drainage systems. Through extensive research, the company has developed processes to extrude ECCtreme® ECA 3000 by DuPont™---the first perfluoroplastic that breaks the maximum temperature threshold of 260° C/500° F—into tubing, heat shrinkable tubing, insulated wire, drawn fiber and now, fiber optic coating. The company has also released a PEEK coated fiber. The coating offers abrasion and chemical resistance, a high temperature shield (260° C) and is radiation resistant. The company has also developed processes to coat fiber optics with PFA, ETFE and PVDF polymers, which enhance the fibers’ ability to withstand harsh temperatures and chemical environments. These coating options give engineers and designers an array of options to better serve their industries—including oil and gas, aerospace, medical and automotive—creating an ideal synergy between productivity and costs savings.
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