Arsenal Capital acquire Fluoro-Seal, adhesives firm
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Arsenal Capital to acquire Fluoro-Seal, an adhesives firm

12:15 AM, 12th January 2012
Arsenal Capital to acquire Fluoro-Seal, an adhesives firm
John Televantos, Partner at Arsenal.

NEW YORK, US: Arsenal Capital Partners has acquired Fluoro-Seal Holdings LLC, a provider of unique plastic barrier, adhesion and surface enhancement products and services. “We are delighted to invest in an innovative company with a track record of providing unique high quality products and services. The acquisition of Fluoro-Seal builds on Arsenal’s portfolio and expertise in specialty chemicals and materials sectors. We look forward to supporting Fluoro-Seal’s proven record of innovation in barrier treatment and surface modification markets,” said John Televantos, Partner at Arsenal.

“We chose Arsenal Capital as the partner for our company after evaluating numerous other options. They are uniquely capable of supporting our company’s growth in existing and new markets in the US and also globally,” said Bill Brown and Monty Ballard, Co-founders of Fluoro-Seal.

Fluoro-Seal joins Arsenal’s extensive portfolio of investments in the specialty industrials sector. Fluoro-Seal also performs surface modifications on films, fabrics and other substrates to increase and promote adhesion properties, abrasion resistance, corrosion resistance and wettability. In addition, the company develops and supplies surface modified polymer particles and fibre, which are used as performance additives for plastics, rubber, paints, coatings and composites.

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