PTFE Sheet | Teflon Sheet | Tấm Nhựa PTFE | Tấm Nhựa Teflon
- PTFE sheet is great material for high-temperature and low-friction applications. It has a number of advantages that make it a good choice:
- It s coefficient of friction is the third-lowest of any known solid material
- It has excellent dielectric properties and is suitable for use as a material for printed circuit boards used at microwave frequencies
- PTFE sheet is one of the most thermally stable plastic materials displaying no appreciable decompositions at 260°C and retaining most of its properties
- It is high melting temperature makes it a good choice as a high-performance substitute for the weaker and lower melting point polyethylene that is commonly used in low-cost applications
Why should you choose PTFE Sheet
- PTFE sheet offers super low friction, high chemical resistance, low and high temperature capability, resistance to weathering, electrical and thermal insulation, and unrivalled "slipperiness"
Is PTFE Sheet chemical resistant
- PTFE is pretty much safe against most known elements and compounds. It is attacked only by the alkaline metals in the elementary state, by chlorine trifluoride, and by elementary fluorine at high temperatures and pressures. PTFE doesn’t dissolve in most solvents at temperatures up and around 300°C. Fluorinated hydrocarbons can cause an amount of expansion which is not permanent. Some oils which are highly fluorinated and at temperatures over 300°C can inflict a dissolving affect upon this excellent engineering plastic.