EPTG Ltd (European Polyurethane Technologies Group) was formed in the UK in 1996 to take advantage of the significant advances made in the development of polyurethane in recent years.
The company has wide experience of automotive suspension and chassis systems and combining these design skills with advanced polyurethane manufacturing techniques led to the development of the wide range of high performance automotive polyurethane components now known the world over by the product name POWERFLEX.
The company operates in a self-contained state of the art factory, manufacturing everything in-house.
The stainless steel components are machined on the latest computer controlled equipment to ensure perfect repeatability and quality.
The moulding and tooling, design and manufacturing is carried out within the factory ensuring very rapid response time to special projects and complete communication between development, prototyping, testing and manufacturing departments. Component manufacturing is carried out with the latest automatic processing equipment ensuring 100% right first time quality. Testing of new components is carried out both on the vehicle and on test rigs.
All of these factors combined make POWERFLEX the number one selling performance bushes in Europe and the ideal partner for the Mini Challenge, Best of British Initiative.
Powerflex’ James Bourn said: “The Best of British Award very much fits with Powerflex because it is aimed at furthering British talent by offering the 2013 MINI Challenge JCW Class winner a test day in a 2013 NGTC spec British Touring Car with the Triple Eight BTCC team. We are very proud to be a British manufacturer and it’s fantastic to be part of something that shout’s about all that is great about the UK’s motorsport industry.”