PTFE Polytetrafluoroethylene Granules for Plastic Materials.

Update:16 May 2018
Summary:

PTFE particles are currently the main varieties of fluo […]

PTFE particles are currently the main varieties of fluoroplastics. Although their production is not too large, they are widely used. It has excellent high and low temperature performance and chemical stability, good electrical insulation, non-adhesion, weather resistance, non-combustion and good lubricity.
PTFE plastic materials were developed for national defense and cutting-edge technology needs, and then gradually promoted to civilian use. Its uses are in aerospace, petrochemical, machinery, electronics, construction, light textile and other industrial sectors, and have become indispensable materials for modern science and technology military and civil use to solve many key technologies and improve production technology levels.
There are three varieties of PTFE supply market, namely suspension resin, dispersion resin and concentrated dispersion. The consumption of the three varieties in the application varies from country to country. About 50% to 60% of the suspension resin, about 20% to 35% of the dispersion resin, and about 10% to 20% of the concentrated dispersion.
Suspension PTFE is mainly used in the manufacture of seal rings and gaskets used in the machinery industry, as well as pumps, valves, pipe fittings and equipment linings for chemical equipment. In addition, it also manufactures electrical insulating parts and films. Dispersed PTFE is mainly used in the manufacture of corrosion-resistant, high-temperature resistant, high-dielectric wire and cable. In the chemical industry, it is used to make silk seals, raw tapes, and pipe linings.
The PTFE plastic raw material concentrate dispersion is mainly used as a non-stick coating impregnated glass cloth, asbestos, etc. in food, textile, printing and dyeing, papermaking and other industries. With the automatic application of automatic and continuous processing technology innovations such as automatic press molding, hydroforming, and plunger molding, as well as the development of PTFE applications, new brand names continue to emerge.