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PTFE is polymer which is extensively used- in chemical, mechanical, electronic & electrical industries due to its unique characteristics.

  • Chemical inertness to all known chemicals, however attacked by molten alkali metals, chlorine, trifluorides, fluorine & related fluorine complexes at elevated temperature & pressure.

  • Resistance to solvents, insoluble in all solvents up to 260C. Certain high fluorinated oils swell & dissolve PTFE at temperature close to crystalline melting point.

  • Wide operating temperature range -250C to +260C, at atmospheric pressure.

  • Lowest coefficient of friction among all known metals & nonmetals.

  • Nontoxic & antistick properties.

  • Negligible water absorption.

  • Nonflammable.

  • Resistance to radiations, electrical properties remain practically unchanged during & after irradiation, both in air & vacuum.

  • Excellent weathering resistance.

  • Outstanding electrical/insulating properties over wide frequency range.
PTFE  Properties at a glance :
 
  • Exemplary Chemical Inertness
  • Exceptional weathering  resistance.
  • Excellent electrical insulation characteristics.
  • Remarkable Heat resistance
  • Non-adhesive Properties
  • Very low coefficient of friction
  • Resistance to Magnetic Field
  • Non-Flammable
  • High Resistance to Radiation
  • Negligible Water Absorption
  • Non Toxic


Service Conditions that PTFE Can Work

  • Corrosive
  • Radiation
  • Subzero - Cryogenic
  • Ultraviolet Exposure
  • Hygienic
  • Low - Zero - high gravity - Space
  • Marine
  • Erosive
  • Magnetic Fields
  • Electrical Insulations
  • Non adhesive
  • Non Friction
  • Heat Up to 200°C

  • Vacuum