Teflon

Polytetrafluoroethylene, also known as PTFE plastic, or Teflon, as it is widely known by its brand name, is a very high molecular weight fluoropolymer and thermoplastic.

Teflon

Polytetrafluoroethylene, also known as PTFE plastic, or Teflon, as it is widely known by its brand name, is a very high molecular weight fluoropolymer and thermoplastic.

PTFE is a highly versatile plastic material useful in a broad range of high technology market segments and products, and its properties can be modified by additives such as glass fibre, carbon, or graphite. Polytetrafluoroethylene is most widely known for being used as a coating on non-stock pans and other bakeware.

PTFE is nearly fully chemically inert, resists most chemical agents and solvents, and is non-toxic, making it a material of choice in food industry applications. It also has excellent dielectric properties that make it suitable for many electronics products. PTFE is hydrophobic, its resistance to water means it never gets wet.

High Heat Resistance

Polytetrafluoroethylene has high heat resistance. It can be used to 260°C.

Non-Toxic

PTFE is non-toxic which makes it one of the materials of choice in food industry applications.

Broad Usage

From the food industry to electronic products and high-technology market segments. PTFE has multi-usage capabilities.

Gapi Group – PTFE Documentation

  • High thermal resistance
  • Chemical resistant
  • Very low coefficient of friction
  • High anti-stick properties
  • Non-toxic
  • Available modified and filled
  • Available in shapes and films
  • Available in flexible tubing
  • Aerospace
  • Automotive
  • Bearings and Bushings
  • Building & Construction
  • Chemical Processing
  • Die Cutters
  • Enclosures
  • Food and Beverage Preparation and Processing
  • Gaskets and Seals
  • Heavy Equipment
  • Machine Shops
  • Milling and Mining
  • Oil and Gas
  • Packaging and Conveying Equipment
  • Valves and Fittings
  • High thermal resistance
  • Chemical resistant
  • Very low coefficient of friction
  • High anti-stick properties
  • Non-toxic
  • Available modified and filled
  • Available in shapes and films
  • Available in flexible tubing
  • Aerospace
  • Automotive
  • Bearings and Bushings
  • Building & Construction
  • Chemical Processing
  • Die Cutters
  • Enclosures
  • Food and Beverage Preparation and Processing
  • Gaskets and Seals
  • Heavy Equipment
  • Machine Shops
  • Milling and Mining
  • Oil and Gas
  • Packaging and Conveying Equipment
  • Valves and Fittings

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