What is the difference between a PTFE plate and a PTFE plate?

Update:24 Nov 2018
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Teflon plate (also called PTFE plate, Teflon plate, Tef […]

Teflon plate (also called PTFE plate, Teflon plate, Teflon plate) is divided into two types: die-casting and turning. Molding plate is formed by polytetrafluoroethylene resin at room temperature by molding, and then sintered. Made by cooling. The PTFE turning plate is formed by pressing, sintering and rotary cutting of polytetrafluoroethylene resin. Its products are widely used and have excellent comprehensive performance: high temperature resistance (-192°C-260°C), corrosion resistance (strong acid, strong alkali, aqua regia, etc.), weather resistance, high insulation, high lubrication, no adhesion, Non-toxic and other excellent characteristics.
Polyethylene sheet, also known as low pressure high density polyethylene, HDPE board, PE board, HDPE rod. It is a thermoplastic resin with high crystallinity and non-polarity. The original HDPE has a milky white appearance and is translucent to a certain extent in a thin section.
Polyethylene plate is odorless, non-toxic, feels like wax, has excellent low temperature resistance (minimum use temperature can reach -70~-100°C), good chemical stability, and can resist most acid and alkali corrosion (not resistant to oxidation) Acidity), insoluble in common solvents at normal temperature, low water absorption, excellent electrical insulation properties; low density; good toughness (also suitable for low temperature conditions); good tensile properties; good electrical and dielectric insulation; low water absorption ; low water vapor permeability; good chemical stability; tensile strength.

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