Extruded PTFE Rod
These are white PTFE discs for weighing pans and many other uses.
They are 0.010" thick. PTFE has a virtually universal chemical
inertness; of commercial chemicals, only molten alkali metals and
gaseous fluorine at high temps and pressure attack PTFE. The
working temp range is -20° F to 500° F. It has the lowest
coefficient of any solid. It has no slip-stick characteristics;
static and dynamic coefficients are equal. Nothing sticks with any
strength to unheated surfaces. UV stabilized. Virgin material meets
FDA standards and is USDA approved.
PTFE is available in a variety of formulations including unfilled,
glass-filled, and bearing grades.
Unfilled PTFE is extremely soft and formable and it is often used
for chemical resistant seals and gaskets.
Glass-filled PTFE has enhanced strength and stiffness.
Bearing Grades of PTFE
Bearing grades of PTFE have extremely low friction and high service
temperatures. They are frequently specified for high performance
bearings and bushings, particularly in applications that require
resistance to corrosive chemicals.
Virgin Grade PTFE
PTFE sheet, rod, and tube are available in virgin grade, which is
made from virgin PTFE resin as well as reprocessed or mechanical
grade, which is made from recycled material.
1.Seals and gaskets
2.Valve and fitting components
8.Chemical resistant tubing
9.Bearings and bushings (bearing grades)
Place of Origin
Guangdong China (Mainland)
1.Outstanding chemical resistance
2.Extremely low friction
3.Soft and formable
4.Good bearing and wear properties (bearing grade)
5.Good weathering resistance
6.Performs well at elevated temperatures