The DeWAL Advantage
Since our beginning in 1974, DeWAL, now part of Rogers Corporation, has become an industry leader in the manufacture of high performance polymer films and pressure sensitive tapes. Our films are among the longest and widest splice free lengths in the industry.
DeWAL uses only the highest quality engineered resin blends. Consult your DeWAL Representative for more information.
Hugo DiClemente and Edward Walsh established DeWAL Industries in 1974 to process PTFE resin into film that was seen as the best-made product on the market. Both Hugo and Ed had worked together previously and already had over 20 years of experience under their belt. The original company, located in Hope, RI, employed 3 people, while today DeWAL has grown to over 150 employees in Narragansett, RI. Hugo and Ed always wanted to keep success in the family and today, DeWAL is run by their 4 sons: David & Warren DiClemente along with Eric & Ned Walsh. Today, along with our entire staff, DeWAL has over 230 years of combined experience in the PTFE and UHMW markets.
The business started processing high quality sintered, skived PTFE films and expanded to include skived UHMW-PE films. Over the 39 years since the beginning in 1974, DeWAL has stayed in the forefront of technology in the fluoropolymer products markets. We not only skive the highest quality PTFE and UHMW films, we also offer a wide array of Pressure Sensitive Tapes, extruded / unsintered PTFE films along with highly technical Expanded PTFE as well as Porous PTFE and UHMW products for a wide range of industries, including:
Over this time DeWAL has never lost focus on the products that the company started with and is considered an industry leader in thin film technology. DeWAL Industries is an ISO 9001:2008 Registered Company, focused on “High Quality Products” and “Innovative Solutions.” Everyone in the DeWAL family of employees is committed to help our customers compete in the ever-growing competitive world market.
Hugo DiClemente and Edward Walsh established DeWAL Industries in 1974 to process PTFE resin into film that was seen as the best-made product on the market. Both Hugo and Ed had worked together previously and already had over 20 years of experience under their belt.
Pictured from left to right: Ned Walsh ,Warren DiClemente, Eric Walsh, and David DiClemente
image courtesy of Gail Webster