March 18 2017 0Comment

PTFE Materials & Porous PTFE Plastic Polymer

Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) is a versatile polymer used in a broad range of medical, industrial, and high technology applications. Porous PTFE is inert, making it unreactive to most chemicals, and, it can work in high processing and operating temperature environments (500°F / 260°C continuous).

Porex porous PTFE offers excellent thermal, electrical, mechanical, and chemical properties as well as superior control over pore size, permeability, water entry pressure, and thickness. PTFE is an ideal choice for a wide variety of demanding applications requiring one or a combination of these exceptional properties.

    chemically inert
    thermally resistant (500°F / 260°C continuous use)
    compatible with ultrasonic/thermal welding and inset molding
    hydrophobic and oleophobic
    omni-directional flow
    high tensile strength
    steam and EtO (ethylene oxide) sterilizable
    natural white or black color
    UL 94 V-0 @ 0.1mm and 5VA @ 0.75mm
    UL 746C f1 rating (outdoor weatherability)
    low dielectric constant (to 1.43)
    diffuse reflectivity up to 98%
    used in medical devices
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