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PTFE

Material description

PTFE is used as a non-stick coating for pans and other cookware. It is non-reactive, partly because of the strength of carbon–fluorine bonds, and so it is often used in containers and pipework for reactive and corrosive chemicals. Where used as a lubricant, PTFE reduces friction, wear and energy consumption of machinery.

Technical data sheets
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Teflon® PTFE
Grade
Type
Description
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701-N

Non Free Flow

Granular Resin for compression moulding and compounding

807-N

Free Flow

Granular Resin for compression moulding

669N

Fine Powder

Paste Extrusion

Teflon® aqueous dispersions
Grade
Type
Description
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DISP30

PTFE Dispersion

Concentrated dispersion for additives or coatings

DISP33

PTFE Dispersion

Dispersion for coating of typically glass cloth

TE 3876

PTFE Dispersion

60% PTFE dispersed in water. Contains a non-ionic wetting agent and stabilizer

Zonyl® fluoroadditives
Grade
Type
Description
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MP1000

Fluoroadditive powders

Line of PTFE Flouroadditve powders used as additives to give reduced wear and increased lubrication.

MP1100

Fluoroadditive powders

Line of PTFE Flouroadditve powders used as additives to give reduced wear and increased lubrication.

MP1200

Fluoroadditive powders

Line of PTFE Flouroadditve powders used as additives to give reduced wear and increased lubrication.

MP1400

Fluoroadditive powders

Line of PTFE Flouroadditve powders used as additives to give reduced wear and increased lubrication.

MP1500

Fluoroadditive powders

Line of PTFE Flouroadditve powders used as additives to give reduced wear and increased lubrication.

Teflon® FEP
Grade
Type
Description
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FEP CJ 95

FEP

Melt Processable material for insulation and jackets for wire and cable applications

FEDP 121

FEP

Melt Flowable thermoplastic

Tefzel® ETFE
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Type
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ETFE HT 2181

ETFE

Is a melt processable Fluoroplymer, mechanically tough, with an excellent balance of properties.

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