Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) is a molecular weight fluoropolymer based on Tetrafluoroethylene (TFE) developed by Du Pont de Nemours in 1938. Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) was discovered during investigations on coolants. The powder could not be detected in acid, solvent or base and does not flow at melting temperatures.
Polyester POM has high strength and high strength with improved dimensional stability and easy machining. Polyester POM, as a semi-crystalline material, is also characterized by a low friction coefficient and good abrasive properties, especially in wet environments.
Polyethylene UHMW1000 has a standard for engineering polymers with a unique combination of wear and corrosion resistance, low friction and impact strength.
Polyethylene UHMW1000 is resistant to chemical penetration and absorption of moisture, and its key physical properties are maintained at -30 ° C.
Polyurethane PUR was developed in Germany during the Second World War. Its main application is in coatings, elastomers and foams. The elastomer has a high abrasion resistance. Polyurethane foam rigid due to the combination of low heat transfer and cost effectiveness are widely used as insulation materials.
Excellent mechanical performance makes parts with a lower weight, durability and more power. Therefore PEEK Courier is an alternative solution for metals in extreme conditions. The PEEK courier's thermal performance, as well as the abrasion and chemical resistance, ensures longer life and integrity of the components in hard environments.
Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) is composed of tetrafluoroethylene polymerization (TFE). The fundamental properties of PTFE PTFE are due to the very strong chemical bond between carbon atoms and fluorine.
PTFE Teflon gaskets with low and non-contaminated chemical resistance (approved by the FDA) for use in food.
PTFE Teflon (PTFE) is not recommended for liquid and fluorocarbon.