The Specifications of PTFE Sheet

Update:19 Jul 2017
Summary:

PTFE sheet resins are part of the LiantuoPTFE fluorine […]

PTFE sheet resins are part of the LiantuoPTFE fluorine series and include FEP and PFA fluoropolymer resins and fluoropolymers. These materials can be used to manufacture a variety of articles having a combination of mechanical, electrical, chemical, temperature and abrasion resistance properties that can not be compared with products made from any other material. Combining these and other valuable commercial uses in a material has been used as an outstanding engineering material for many industrial and military applications. The resin may also be mixed with a filler or enhancer to change its performance.

PTFE Fluoropolymer resins are tetrafluoroethylene polymers, usually made by cold forming and sintering techniques. Teflon PTFE resin has a continuous use temperature of 260 ° C (500 ° F). Higher temperatures can be satisfactorily continued for shorter exposure.

By changing the processing technology, polytetrafluoroethylene PTFE resin can be used to obtain various physical properties. PTFE resins are versatile and can be & quot; customized & quot; within the limits to provide manufacturing parts with specific physical properties.

The performance of the components made of PTFE has a greater impact than the performance of other types of polymer-made parts. For example, preform pressure, sintering time, cooling rate, porosity and crystallinity levels can have a significant effect on certain end-use physical properties such as tensile properties, permeability and dielectric strength.

The resin is made by a variety of techniques to form parts, including plunger extrusion, screw extrusion, compression molding and extrusion extrusion of the extrusion aid. Although different, these techniques have three basic steps: cold forming, sintering and cooling. These manufacturing steps relate to the following operations: molding the powder by press molding, adhering the adjacent particle surfaces by heating, and controlling the crystallinity of the product by cooling.