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+Mica 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 207
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 207 plastic has unmatched dimensional stability and excellent creep resistance. This plastic is non-permeable in steam and its relative wear rate makes it an excellent choice for aggressive service bearings and bushings. The PTFE+Mica plastic is most commonly used in such things as:
Electrical applications in aircraft
robots, electrical machines
coating in pans
surface coating in chemical equipment
electrical insulation material.
The material complies with FDA Directive 21 CFR 175,300, ie the raw materials are approved in contact with food. However, European standards are not met.