Zeus Critical Fluids Web Seminar

Monday, March 15, 2010 General News J E 4

ORANGEBURG, S.C., March 15 Zeus, Inc., a global leader in material science and high-performance polymer extrusions, announces it will be presenting a critical fluids web seminar on Friday, March 19, 2010 at 10am (CDT). The web seminar, entitled "Critical Fluid Handling - Why Fluoropolymers?," will discuss the pivotal role of fluoropolymers in critical fluid applications. Presenters are Dr. Stephen Davis, principal scientist at Zeus, and Jeff Karns, product manager - fluid handling. To register for this free web seminar, visit

The seminar will focus primarily on how to choose the best materials for critical fluid applications. The web seminar will also include comparisons between the molecular structures of different plastic families, material requirements, typical markets, and applicable industries. Whether working with basic fluid handling, such as ultra-pure water or routing aggressive chemicals, such as HCl or Nitric, this web seminar will aid engineers, contractors, and distributors in selecting the best fluoropolymer materials for their critical requirements.

About Zeus, Inc.: Zeus, Inc. is headquartered in Orangeburg, SC USA. Zeus is a world leader in material science and the production of high-performance polymer tubing used in demanding applications, operating multiple facilities in North America and internationally. Zeus products and services are preferred by companies in medical, automotive, electrical, fluid handling, aerospace, and mechanical markets. For more information, visit

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Press Contact: Samantha D. Farlow Communications Coordinator (803) 268-9500

SOURCE Zeus, Inc.


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