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Properties of PTFE Sheet
The working temp range is -28°C to 260°C.
PTFE has the lowest coefficient of any solid and it has no slip-stick characteristics; static and dynamic coefficients are equal.
Nothing sticks with any strength of PTFE to unheated surfaces.
Both virgin and mechanical grades are UV stabilized. Virgin material meets FDA standards.Read More
• Approved for food Industries
• Maximum service temperature of 260°C/500°F
• Chemically resistant to all common solvents
• Maintains mechanical strength at high temperatures
Petrochemical and chemical processing: PTFE is the material of choice for gaskets, vessel linings, pump interiors, washers, rings, seals, spacers, dip tubes and well-drilling components because it is corrosion resistant and chemically inert; it is unaffected by virtually all acids and caustics and functions in environments to 500 degrees F..
Electrical applications: PTFE is one of the best insulators known. In thin sections, it will insulate to 500 volts per mil. There are grades of PTFE which have even greater dielectric strength. It is frequently used in wire and cable wrap, and to separate conductive surfaces in capacitors. Thick walled close-tolerance extruded tubing is the PTFE shape of choice where machining or drilling long lengths to close tolerances is impossible. Multi-hole tubing can be extruded. PTFE can be machined into standoff insulators, and many different types of high voltage encapsulation devices for electrical components.