Cryogenic PlugPFI machines and laminates foams. The company is able to laminate foams to foam, and foam to plastics using proprietary methods that hold up to cryogenic conditions. Computerized measuring and cutting provide exceptional accuracy and tight tolerances.

PFI also able to install hardware as needed, provide special packaging or kitting. Materials from around the world are kept in stock including Acrylics, PVCs, Styrenes, and Urethanes and have the ability to go from drawing to delivery in as little as two weeks.

As a world leader in machining rigid foam for cryogenic applications, PF owns customer- built machines that make machine foam plugs or corks in a variety of sizes. These plugs and corks form part of a cryogenic tank or Dewar. We fabricate and machine rigid foam rods as small as 1 inch to 6 inches in diameter and machine rigid foam plugs or corks as large as 48 inches.

Currently, PFI manufactures more than 50% of all the corks and plugs in the United States as well as having international clients.