Robert Prybutok

President & CEO

Robert Prybutok

In 1989, Mr. Robert Prybutok established Polymer Technologies Inc.—a manufacturing facility. Since that time, Polymer Technologies has grown to become a leading manufacturer and supplier of noise control and energy management composites within the United States. Products are sold to a broad range of industries including aerospace, military, medical, power generation, and transportation. Polymer Technologies employs 110 full-time employees in Newark, DE and occupies an 87,000 square foot facility.

In 2003, Prybutok decided to expand upon the offerings of Polymer Technologies by branching out to create Polymer Molded Products (PMP). Located in northern New Jersey, PMP is a manufacturing arm of Polymer Technologies which produces 3-dimensional polyurethane molded parts for energy management applications in both industrial and healthcare markets. PMP has 30 employees and occupies a 20,000 square foot facility.

Prybutok is considered an expert in acoustic and vibration materials. Active in this field from 1972 to present, Prybutok has significant experience in material development, commercial manufacturing, and sales and marketing of noise control and energy management products. Prior to Prybutok's launching of Polymer Technologies, he served as Vice President in charge of Sales & Marketing, Research & Development and Quality Control for Specialty Composites. Prybutok is very active within the industry holding a multitude of chair and board member positions as well as contributing to educational materials pertaining to noise control.

Education:

BSME Mechanical Engineering 1970, Drexel University

Associations:

Delaware State Chamber of Commerce – Member
Delaware Manufacturing Alliance – Board Member
Chairman - Leadership Council NFIB of Delaware
Vice Chair – The Caesar Rodney Institute – An affiliate of the State Policy

Network:

The Greater Newark Network – Member
The Technology Forum of DE – Member
Temple Beth El – Board Member

Publications:

"Materials for Noise Control." – 1980 – SAE Technical Paper.

Collaborations:

"Artificial Neural Network Modeling of Polyurethane Acoustical Materials" 2002 – Glenn Craig Gardner.

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