Common uses: Electrical applications in aircraft, robots, electrical machines, gaskets, pipes, filters, self-lubricating bearings, coating in pans, foil, surface coating in chemical equipment, electrical insulation material, etc.
The benefits of PTFE applications
High chemical resistance.
Not attacked by acids, bases, and most organic solvents.
Withstands up to + 260 ° C continuously.
Tough at low temperatures down to -160 ° C.
Lowest friction of all plastics.
Not degraded by UV radiation.
Not attacked by microorganisms.
Good electrical and dielectric properties.
Very low water absorption.
The restrictions of fluorescent 135
High melt viscosity makes the material difficult to work with.
Poor creep resistance.
High density relative to other plastics.
Attacked by molten alkali metals, fluorine gas, oxygen difluoride, and chlorine trifluoride (except PTFE).
Fluorescent 135 plastic is well known for its strong ability to outperform where other plastics fall short. The PTFE material is designed to provide a low coefficient of friction and deformation in applications. In addition, the material has the highest chemical resistance and can withstand temperatures up to approx. + 230ºC during continuous operation. Fluorescent 135’s extremely competitive pricing allows companies to guard against expensive equipment failure and ensure maximum production, longevity, and profitability.
This PTFE plastic is most commonly used in such things as: