ELANTAS PDG, Inc.

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ELANTAS PDG, Inc. is the global leader in liquid electrical insulation products, including magnet wire enamel, insulating resins, potting compounds, conformal coatings, insulating films and a wide range of specialty resin systems and adhesives. ISO 9001, TS 16949. A Heritage of Innovation since 1919.

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