PTFE Sheet and Rod

 

WTFE, FEP, PCTFE, PolyTetraflouoroEthylene

 
PTFE steam valve Fluoropolymers, like PTFE, offer excellent wear resistant, heat resistant and non-stick. PTFE is a thermoplastic polymer, which is a white solid at room temperature, and a density of about 2.2g/cm3. Material has extremely good chemical resistance. Retains properties over a large range of temperatures, -100ºF to 400ºF. Still not sure PTFE – TFE is the proper material for your application, consult our free Plastic Materials Selection Guide.

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    Why use Fluoropolymers:

    • Very Slippery and Non-Stick
    • Wear Resistance
    • 500ºF Continuous Use Temperature
    • Excellent Chemical Resistance
    • Very Easy To Machine and Fabricate
    • PTFE Rod available from .125″ – 6.0″ as standard – larger sizes are molded per order
    • PTFE Sheet – Film from .005″ – 3.0″ thickness
    • PTFE Molded Tubing – Vast Combinations of Sizes Available – Made to order

     

    PTFE material is used frequently as a bearing or non-stick surface. Excellent choice for caustic fluid handling valves and fittings. Massive size range in molded rod, tubular bar, and plate. PTFE is also known as: Fluon®, Diakin®, Fluoroplastic®, Fluoropolymer®, Neoflon®, Polyfon®, Chemfluor®, and more.  

     

    • Chemically Resistant to Most Chemicals and Caustic/Acidic Cleaning Agents
    • Offers excellent strength, rigidity and machinability
    • Excellent Electrical and Thermal Insulation
    • Available in Wide Range Of Grades and Fillers

      Read the ‘7 Things You Must Know When Choosing Your PTFE Sheet Supplier‘ for more details on PTFE sheets.

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    Applications – Frequently used in:

    • Seals, Gaskets and Steam Valves
    • Wear and Slide machined parts
    • Chemical Resistant Fixtures
    • Pump Parts and Manifolds – From PTFE Rod
    • Scientific, Aircraft and Electronic Parts
    • Steam and High Temp Seals – From PTFE Sheet

    Still not sure Fluropolymer PTFE is the proper material for your application, consult our free Plastic Materials Selection Guide. These Properties are for evaluation purposes only. This information is not to be construed as a warranty, guarantee or assurance that you may achieve the same results. Materials made from different resin types, manufacturing techniques and manufacturers will react differently. The information should be used to compare against other materials only, and each user should make his own tests to determine suitability. No warranty as to this materials suitability are either expressed or implied.

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    PTFE Sheet:

    .062″ (1/16″) – 4.0″ in Natural (White) in 48″ X 48″

    PTFE Rod:

    .125″ – 6.0″ diameter in Natural (White) in 60″ lengths

    PTFE Film:

    .001″ – .062″ in Natural (White) in 12″ wide (other widths – special order)

    PTFE Tube:

    There are too many to list. From spaghetti tube (smaller than a spaghetti noodle) to molded tubes over 36″ in diameter, and everything in between. Let us know the size range you are looking for, and we will find something close, we are sure of it!

    PTFE Special Formulations:

    There are numerous additives that are common with PTFE, from Glass, Carbon, Bronze, Moly, to many more. Contact us with your special formulation requests. These Properties are for evaluation purposes only. This information is not to be construed as a warranty, guarantee or assurance that you may achieve the same results. Materials made from different resin types, manufacturing techniques and manufacturers will react differently. The information should be used to compare against other materials only, and each user should make his own tests to determine suitability. No warranty as to this materials suitability are either expressed or implied.

  •   This material is used frequently as a bearing or non-stick surface. Excellent choice for caustic fluid handling valves and fittings.   Massive size range in molded rod, tubular bar, and plate. PTFE is also known as: Fluon®, Diakin®, Fluoroplastic®, Fluoropolymer®, Neoflon®, Polyfon®, Chemfluor®, and more.  

    Typical Material Properties:    

    PTFE Specs      

      These Properties are for evaluation purposes only. This information is not to be construed as a warranty, guarantee or assurance that you may achieve the same results. Materials made from different resin types, manufacturing techniques and manufacturers will react differently. The information should be used to compare against other materials only, and each user should make his own tests to determine suitability. No warranty as to this materials suitability are either expressed or implied

  • “To me, PTFE is kind of like solid wax. Easy to machine, super slippery, and nothing sticks to it. We love to machine parts for PTFE to tight tolerances. If you haven’t tried it, you should.” – Russell H. “As a manufacturer of oil and gas seals and gaskets, we find that we sometimes need an unusual size or shape. You always seem to find something close to what we are looking for. Thanks for the years of saving our bacon.” – Ryan S.
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