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Ptfe Rigid Sheet (teflon Sheet)

Rs 2,300.00 Shop Now
THICKNESS2.5MM
Size600MM X 600MM
MaterialPTFE RIGID SHEET (TEFLON SHEET)

PTFE SHEET (TEFLON SHEET)

Thickness :- 1.5MM TO 100.0MM

Size :- 300MM X 300MM, 600MM X 600MM, 1 MTR X 1 MTR

What its used for :

  • Owing to its low friction, PTFE sheet is used for applications where sliding action of parts is needed such as plain bearings, slide plates, etc. In these applications, it performs significantly better than nylon and acetal and it is comparable to UHMWPE, although not as resistant to wear. Its extremely high bulk resistivity makes it an ideal material for fabricating long-life electrets, which are useful devices being the electrostatic analogues of magnets. In optical radiometry, sheets made from PTFE are used for measuring heads in spectroradiometers and broadband radiometers (e.g., luminance meters and UV radiometers) due to its capability to diffuse a transmitting light nearly perfectly. PTFE sheets have high corrosion resistance and used in laboratory environments as containers for materials such as fluoroantimonic acid.

How it performs :

  • Components made with PTFE sheets have an exceptional resistance to high as well as low temperatures, chemical reaction, corrosion, and stress-cracking. The electrical and low-friction properties of PTFE make it a preferred material for a number of applications and for different processing techniques.

Machining characteristics :

  • PTFE sheet is quite a soft engineering plastic and may be difficult to hold without damaging or crushing. Also because of its inherent low friction and resulting slipperiness, PTFE sheet can also make it difficult to work with and hold in place again while being machined. Another consideration is its tendency to produce strings of long swarf, which may wrap around any cutters or tooling.

Gluing and bonding :

  • Here again, the touted low friction and slipperiness of PTFE becomes a challenge. PTFE sheet must undergo surface preparation prior to bonding, normally by etching, using a solution of sodium and naphthalene in tetrahydrofuran. Adhesive manufacturers have developed proprietary primers which make it possible for the surface to be primed ready to accept an adhesive. Once the surface of the material is prepared, a number of adhesives can then be used including, epoxies, polyurethanes and acrylics. Companies such as Loctite and 3M have now developed a special acrylic based adhesive that can bond directly to PTFE without the need for preparation other than a preliminary wipe with a cleaning solvent.

Food applications suitability :

  • As we all are aware of PTFE is DuPonts Teflon lining for cookware which is famous worldwide.

PTFE Sheet has some unique characteristics :

  • PTFE is so slippery that it is known as the only known material that an animal called a gecko cannot stick!

Size range, colours, and availability :

  • PTFE sheet in white (natural) in colour and is available in thicknesses ranging fromSize :- 300MM X 300MM, 600MM X 600MM, 1 MTR X 1 MTR and

    Thickness :- 1.5MM TO 100.0MM

What is PTFE otherwise known as? :

  • It is sometimes referred to as Teflon (DuPont)


SKU : PTFE SHEET-8

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Ptfe Rigid Sheet (teflon Sheet)

Rs 7,200.00 Shop Now
THICKNESS2.5MM
Size1 MTR X 1 MTR
MaterialPTFE RIGID SHEET (TEFLON SHEET)

PTFE SHEET (TEFLON SHEET)

Thickness :- 1.5MM TO 100.0MM

Size :- 300MM X 300MM, 600MM X 600MM, 1 MTR X 1 MTR

What its used for :

  • Owing to its low friction, PTFE sheet is used for applications where sliding action of parts is needed such as plain bearings, slide plates, etc. In these applications, it performs significantly better than nylon and acetal and it is comparable to UHMWPE, although not as resistant to wear. Its extremely high bulk resistivity makes it an ideal material for fabricating long-life electrets, which are useful devices being the electrostatic analogues of magnets. In optical radiometry, sheets made from PTFE are used for measuring heads in spectroradiometers and broadband radiometers (e.g., luminance meters and UV radiometers) due to its capability to diffuse a transmitting light nearly perfectly. PTFE sheets have high corrosion resistance and used in laboratory environments as containers for materials such as fluoroantimonic acid.

How it performs :

  • Components made with PTFE sheets have an exceptional resistance to high as well as low temperatures, chemical reaction, corrosion, and stress-cracking. The electrical and low-friction properties of PTFE make it a preferred material for a number of applications and for different processing techniques.

Machining characteristics :

  • PTFE sheet is quite a soft engineering plastic and may be difficult to hold without damaging or crushing. Also because of its inherent low friction and resulting slipperiness, PTFE sheet can also make it difficult to work with and hold in place again while being machined. Another consideration is its tendency to produce strings of long swarf, which may wrap around any cutters or tooling.

Gluing and bonding :

  • Here again, the touted low friction and slipperiness of PTFE becomes a challenge. PTFE sheet must undergo surface preparation prior to bonding, normally by etching, using a solution of sodium and naphthalene in tetrahydrofuran. Adhesive manufacturers have developed proprietary primers which make it possible for the surface to be primed ready to accept an adhesive. Once the surface of the material is prepared, a number of adhesives can then be used including, epoxies, polyurethanes and acrylics. Companies such as Loctite and 3M have now developed a special acrylic based adhesive that can bond directly to PTFE without the need for preparation other than a preliminary wipe with a cleaning solvent.

Food applications suitability :

  • As we all are aware of PTFE is DuPonts Teflon lining for cookware which is famous worldwide.

PTFE Sheet has some unique characteristics :

  • PTFE is so slippery that it is known as the only known material that an animal called a gecko cannot stick!

Size range, colours, and availability :

  • PTFE sheet in white (natural) in colour and is available in thicknesses ranging fromSize :- 300MM X 300MM, 600MM X 600MM, 1 MTR X 1 MTR and

    Thickness :- 1.5MM TO 100.0MM

What is PTFE otherwise known as? :

  • It is sometimes referred to as Teflon (DuPont)


SKU : PTFE SHEET-9

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Ptfe Rigid Sheet (teflon Sheet)

Rs 8,600.00 Shop Now
THICKNESS3.0MM
Size1 MTR X 1 MTR
MaterialPTFE RIGID SHEET (TEFLON SHEET)

PTFE SHEET (TEFLON SHEET)

Thickness :- 1.5MM TO 100.0MM

Size :- 300MM X 300MM, 600MM X 600MM, 1 MTR X 1 MTR

What its used for :

  • Owing to its low friction, PTFE sheet is used for applications where sliding action of parts is needed such as plain bearings, slide plates, etc. In these applications, it performs significantly better than nylon and acetal and it is comparable to UHMWPE, although not as resistant to wear. Its extremely high bulk resistivity makes it an ideal material for fabricating long-life electrets, which are useful devices being the electrostatic analogues of magnets. In optical radiometry, sheets made from PTFE are used for measuring heads in spectroradiometers and broadband radiometers (e.g., luminance meters and UV radiometers) due to its capability to diffuse a transmitting light nearly perfectly. PTFE sheets have high corrosion resistance and used in laboratory environments as containers for materials such as fluoroantimonic acid.

How it performs :

  • Components made with PTFE sheets have an exceptional resistance to high as well as low temperatures, chemical reaction, corrosion, and stress-cracking. The electrical and low-friction properties of PTFE make it a preferred material for a number of applications and for different processing techniques.

Machining characteristics :

  • PTFE sheet is quite a soft engineering plastic and may be difficult to hold without damaging or crushing. Also because of its inherent low friction and resulting slipperiness, PTFE sheet can also make it difficult to work with and hold in place again while being machined. Another consideration is its tendency to produce strings of long swarf, which may wrap around any cutters or tooling.

Gluing and bonding :

  • Here again, the touted low friction and slipperiness of PTFE becomes a challenge. PTFE sheet must undergo surface preparation prior to bonding, normally by etching, using a solution of sodium and naphthalene in tetrahydrofuran. Adhesive manufacturers have developed proprietary primers which make it possible for the surface to be primed ready to accept an adhesive. Once the surface of the material is prepared, a number of adhesives can then be used including, epoxies, polyurethanes and acrylics. Companies such as Loctite and 3M have now developed a special acrylic based adhesive that can bond directly to PTFE without the need for preparation other than a preliminary wipe with a cleaning solvent.

Food applications suitability :

  • As we all are aware of PTFE is DuPonts Teflon lining for cookware which is famous worldwide.

PTFE Sheet has some unique characteristics :

  • PTFE is so slippery that it is known as the only known material that an animal called a gecko cannot stick!

Size range, colours, and availability :

  • PTFE sheet in white (natural) in colour and is available in thicknesses ranging fromSize :- 300MM X 300MM, 600MM X 600MM, 1 MTR X 1 MTR and

    Thickness :- 1.5MM TO 100.0MM

What is PTFE otherwise known as? :

  • It is sometimes referred to as Teflon (DuPont)


SKU : PTFE SHEET-12

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Ptfe Rigid Sheet (teflon Sheet)

Rs 900.00 Shop Now
THICKNESS4.0MM
Size300MM X 300MM
MaterialPTFE RIGID SHEET (TEFLON SHEET)

PTFE SHEET (TEFLON SHEET)

Thickness :- 1.5MM TO 100.0MM

Size :- 300MM X 300MM, 600MM X 600MM, 1 MTR X 1 MTR

What its used for :

  • Owing to its low friction, PTFE sheet is used for applications where sliding action of parts is needed such as plain bearings, slide plates, etc. In these applications, it performs significantly better than nylon and acetal and it is comparable to UHMWPE, although not as resistant to wear. Its extremely high bulk resistivity makes it an ideal material for fabricating long-life electrets, which are useful devices being the electrostatic analogues of magnets. In optical radiometry, sheets made from PTFE are used for measuring heads in spectroradiometers and broadband radiometers (e.g., luminance meters and UV radiometers) due to its capability to diffuse a transmitting light nearly perfectly. PTFE sheets have high corrosion resistance and used in laboratory environments as containers for materials such as fluoroantimonic acid.

How it performs :

  • Components made with PTFE sheets have an exceptional resistance to high as well as low temperatures, chemical reaction, corrosion, and stress-cracking. The electrical and low-friction properties of PTFE make it a preferred material for a number of applications and for different processing techniques.

Machining characteristics :

  • PTFE sheet is quite a soft engineering plastic and may be difficult to hold without damaging or crushing. Also because of its inherent low friction and resulting slipperiness, PTFE sheet can also make it difficult to work with and hold in place again while being machined. Another consideration is its tendency to produce strings of long swarf, which may wrap around any cutters or tooling.

Gluing and bonding :

  • Here again, the touted low friction and slipperiness of PTFE becomes a challenge. PTFE sheet must undergo surface preparation prior to bonding, normally by etching, using a solution of sodium and naphthalene in tetrahydrofuran. Adhesive manufacturers have developed proprietary primers which make it possible for the surface to be primed ready to accept an adhesive. Once the surface of the material is prepared, a number of adhesives can then be used including, epoxies, polyurethanes and acrylics. Companies such as Loctite and 3M have now developed a special acrylic based adhesive that can bond directly to PTFE without the need for preparation other than a preliminary wipe with a cleaning solvent.

Food applications suitability :

  • As we all are aware of PTFE is DuPonts Teflon lining for cookware which is famous worldwide.

PTFE Sheet has some unique characteristics :

  • PTFE is so slippery that it is known as the only known material that an animal called a gecko cannot stick!

Size range, colours, and availability :

  • PTFE sheet in white (natural) in colour and is available in thicknesses ranging fromSize :- 300MM X 300MM, 600MM X 600MM, 1 MTR X 1 MTR and

    Thickness :- 1.5MM TO 100.0MM

What is PTFE otherwise known as? :

  • It is sometimes referred to as Teflon (DuPont)


SKU : PTFE SHEET-13

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Rs 3,400.00 Shop Now
THICKNESS4.0MM
Size600MM X 600MM
MaterialPTFE RIGID SHEET (TEFLON SHEET)

PTFE SHEET (TEFLON SHEET)

Thickness :- 1.5MM TO 100.0MM

Size :- 300MM X 300MM, 600MM X 600MM, 1 MTR X 1 MTR

What its used for :

  • Owing to its low friction, PTFE sheet is used for applications where sliding action of parts is needed such as plain bearings, slide plates, etc. In these applications, it performs significantly better than nylon and acetal and it is comparable to UHMWPE, although not as resistant to wear. Its extremely high bulk resistivity makes it an ideal material for fabricating long-life electrets, which are useful devices being the electrostatic analogues of magnets. In optical radiometry, sheets made from PTFE are used for measuring heads in spectroradiometers and broadband radiometers (e.g., luminance meters and UV radiometers) due to its capability to diffuse a transmitting light nearly perfectly. PTFE sheets have high corrosion resistance and used in laboratory environments as containers for materials such as fluoroantimonic acid.

How it performs :

  • Components made with PTFE sheets have an exceptional resistance to high as well as low temperatures, chemical reaction, corrosion, and stress-cracking. The electrical and low-friction properties of PTFE make it a preferred material for a number of applications and for different processing techniques.

Machining characteristics :

  • PTFE sheet is quite a soft engineering plastic and may be difficult to hold without damaging or crushing. Also because of its inherent low friction and resulting slipperiness, PTFE sheet can also make it difficult to work with and hold in place again while being machined. Another consideration is its tendency to produce strings of long swarf, which may wrap around any cutters or tooling.

Gluing and bonding :

  • Here again, the touted low friction and slipperiness of PTFE becomes a challenge. PTFE sheet must undergo surface preparation prior to bonding, normally by etching, using a solution of sodium and naphthalene in tetrahydrofuran. Adhesive manufacturers have developed proprietary primers which make it possible for the surface to be primed ready to accept an adhesive. Once the surface of the material is prepared, a number of adhesives can then be used including, epoxies, polyurethanes and acrylics. Companies such as Loctite and 3M have now developed a special acrylic based adhesive that can bond directly to PTFE without the need for preparation other than a preliminary wipe with a cleaning solvent.

Food applications suitability :

  • As we all are aware of PTFE is DuPonts Teflon lining for cookware which is famous worldwide.

PTFE Sheet has some unique characteristics :

  • PTFE is so slippery that it is known as the only known material that an animal called a gecko cannot stick!

Size range, colours, and availability :

  • PTFE sheet in white (natural) in colour and is available in thicknesses ranging fromSize :- 300MM X 300MM, 600MM X 600MM, 1 MTR X 1 MTR and

    Thickness :- 1.5MM TO 100.0MM

What is PTFE otherwise known as? :

  • It is sometimes referred to as Teflon (DuPont)


SKU : PTFE SHEET-14

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Rs 11,550.00 Shop Now
THICKNESS4.0MM
Size1 MTR X 1 MTR
MaterialPTFE RIGID SHEET (TEFLON SHEET)

PTFE SHEET (TEFLON SHEET)

Thickness :- 1.5MM TO 100.0MM

Size :- 300MM X 300MM, 600MM X 600MM, 1 MTR X 1 MTR

What its used for :

  • Owing to its low friction, PTFE sheet is used for applications where sliding action of parts is needed such as plain bearings, slide plates, etc. In these applications, it performs significantly better than nylon and acetal and it is comparable to UHMWPE, although not as resistant to wear. Its extremely high bulk resistivity makes it an ideal material for fabricating long-life electrets, which are useful devices being the electrostatic analogues of magnets. In optical radiometry, sheets made from PTFE are used for measuring heads in spectroradiometers and broadband radiometers (e.g., luminance meters and UV radiometers) due to its capability to diffuse a transmitting light nearly perfectly. PTFE sheets have high corrosion resistance and used in laboratory environments as containers for materials such as fluoroantimonic acid.

How it performs :

  • Components made with PTFE sheets have an exceptional resistance to high as well as low temperatures, chemical reaction, corrosion, and stress-cracking. The electrical and low-friction properties of PTFE make it a preferred material for a number of applications and for different processing techniques.

Machining characteristics :

  • PTFE sheet is quite a soft engineering plastic and may be difficult to hold without damaging or crushing. Also because of its inherent low friction and resulting slipperiness, PTFE sheet can also make it difficult to work with and hold in place again while being machined. Another consideration is its tendency to produce strings of long swarf, which may wrap around any cutters or tooling.

Gluing and bonding :

  • Here again, the touted low friction and slipperiness of PTFE becomes a challenge. PTFE sheet must undergo surface preparation prior to bonding, normally by etching, using a solution of sodium and naphthalene in tetrahydrofuran. Adhesive manufacturers have developed proprietary primers which make it possible for the surface to be primed ready to accept an adhesive. Once the surface of the material is prepared, a number of adhesives can then be used including, epoxies, polyurethanes and acrylics. Companies such as Loctite and 3M have now developed a special acrylic based adhesive that can bond directly to PTFE without the need for preparation other than a preliminary wipe with a cleaning solvent.

Food applications suitability :

  • As we all are aware of PTFE is DuPonts Teflon lining for cookware which is famous worldwide.

PTFE Sheet has some unique characteristics :

  • PTFE is so slippery that it is known as the only known material that an animal called a gecko cannot stick!

Size range, colours, and availability :

  • PTFE sheet in white (natural) in colour and is available in thicknesses ranging fromSize :- 300MM X 300MM, 600MM X 600MM, 1 MTR X 1 MTR and

    Thickness :- 1.5MM TO 100.0MM

What is PTFE otherwise known as? :

  • It is sometimes referred to as Teflon (DuPont)


SKU : PTFE SHEET-15

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Rs 4,300.00 Shop Now
THICKNESS5.0MM
Size600MM X 600MM
MaterialPTFE RIGID SHEET (TEFLON SHEET)

PTFE SHEET (TEFLON SHEET)

Thickness :- 1.5MM TO 100.0MM

Size :- 300MM X 300MM, 600MM X 600MM, 1 MTR X 1 MTR

What its used for :

  • Owing to its low friction, PTFE sheet is used for applications where sliding action of parts is needed such as plain bearings, slide plates, etc. In these applications, it performs significantly better than nylon and acetal and it is comparable to UHMWPE, although not as resistant to wear. Its extremely high bulk resistivity makes it an ideal material for fabricating long-life electrets, which are useful devices being the electrostatic analogues of magnets. In optical radiometry, sheets made from PTFE are used for measuring heads in spectroradiometers and broadband radiometers (e.g., luminance meters and UV radiometers) due to its capability to diffuse a transmitting light nearly perfectly. PTFE sheets have high corrosion resistance and used in laboratory environments as containers for materials such as fluoroantimonic acid.

How it performs :

  • Components made with PTFE sheets have an exceptional resistance to high as well as low temperatures, chemical reaction, corrosion, and stress-cracking. The electrical and low-friction properties of PTFE make it a preferred material for a number of applications and for different processing techniques.

Machining characteristics :

  • PTFE sheet is quite a soft engineering plastic and may be difficult to hold without damaging or crushing. Also because of its inherent low friction and resulting slipperiness, PTFE sheet can also make it difficult to work with and hold in place again while being machined. Another consideration is its tendency to produce strings of long swarf, which may wrap around any cutters or tooling.

Gluing and bonding :

  • Here again, the touted low friction and slipperiness of PTFE becomes a challenge. PTFE sheet must undergo surface preparation prior to bonding, normally by etching, using a solution of sodium and naphthalene in tetrahydrofuran. Adhesive manufacturers have developed proprietary primers which make it possible for the surface to be primed ready to accept an adhesive. Once the surface of the material is prepared, a number of adhesives can then be used including, epoxies, polyurethanes and acrylics. Companies such as Loctite and 3M have now developed a special acrylic based adhesive that can bond directly to PTFE without the need for preparation other than a preliminary wipe with a cleaning solvent.

Food applications suitability :

  • As we all are aware of PTFE is DuPonts Teflon lining for cookware which is famous worldwide.

PTFE Sheet has some unique characteristics :

  • PTFE is so slippery that it is known as the only known material that an animal called a gecko cannot stick!

Size range, colours, and availability :

  • PTFE sheet in white (natural) in colour and is available in thicknesses ranging fromSize :- 300MM X 300MM, 600MM X 600MM, 1 MTR X 1 MTR and

    Thickness :- 1.5MM TO 100.0MM

What is PTFE otherwise known as? :

  • It is sometimes referred to as Teflon (DuPont)


SKU : PTFE SHEET-17

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THICKNESS5.0MM
Size1 MTR X 1 MTR
MaterialPTFE RIGID SHEET (TEFLON SHEET)

PTFE SHEET (TEFLON SHEET)

Thickness :- 1.5MM TO 100.0MM

Size :- 300MM X 300MM, 600MM X 600MM, 1 MTR X 1 MTR

What its used for :

  • Owing to its low friction, PTFE sheet is used for applications where sliding action of parts is needed such as plain bearings, slide plates, etc. In these applications, it performs significantly better than nylon and acetal and it is comparable to UHMWPE, although not as resistant to wear. Its extremely high bulk resistivity makes it an ideal material for fabricating long-life electrets, which are useful devices being the electrostatic analogues of magnets. In optical radiometry, sheets made from PTFE are used for measuring heads in spectroradiometers and broadband radiometers (e.g., luminance meters and UV radiometers) due to its capability to diffuse a transmitting light nearly perfectly. PTFE sheets have high corrosion resistance and used in laboratory environments as containers for materials such as fluoroantimonic acid.

How it performs :

  • Components made with PTFE sheets have an exceptional resistance to high as well as low temperatures, chemical reaction, corrosion, and stress-cracking. The electrical and low-friction properties of PTFE make it a preferred material for a number of applications and for different processing techniques.

Machining characteristics :

  • PTFE sheet is quite a soft engineering plastic and may be difficult to hold without damaging or crushing. Also because of its inherent low friction and resulting slipperiness, PTFE sheet can also make it difficult to work with and hold in place again while being machined. Another consideration is its tendency to produce strings of long swarf, which may wrap around any cutters or tooling.

Gluing and bonding :

  • Here again, the touted low friction and slipperiness of PTFE becomes a challenge. PTFE sheet must undergo surface preparation prior to bonding, normally by etching, using a solution of sodium and naphthalene in tetrahydrofuran. Adhesive manufacturers have developed proprietary primers which make it possible for the surface to be primed ready to accept an adhesive. Once the surface of the material is prepared, a number of adhesives can then be used including, epoxies, polyurethanes and acrylics. Companies such as Loctite and 3M have now developed a special acrylic based adhesive that can bond directly to PTFE without the need for preparation other than a preliminary wipe with a cleaning solvent.

Food applications suitability :

  • As we all are aware of PTFE is DuPonts Teflon lining for cookware which is famous worldwide.

PTFE Sheet has some unique characteristics :

  • PTFE is so slippery that it is known as the only known material that an animal called a gecko cannot stick!

Size range, colours, and availability :

  • PTFE sheet in white (natural) in colour and is available in thicknesses ranging fromSize :- 300MM X 300MM, 600MM X 600MM, 1 MTR X 1 MTR and

    Thickness :- 1.5MM TO 100.0MM

What is PTFE otherwise known as? :

  • It is sometimes referred to as Teflon (DuPont)


SKU : PTFE SHEET-18

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THICKNESS6.0MM
Size600MM X 600MM
MaterialPTFE RIGID SHEET (TEFLON SHEET)

PTFE SHEET (TEFLON SHEET)

Thickness :- 1.5MM TO 100.0MM

Size :- 300MM X 300MM, 600MM X 600MM, 1 MTR X 1 MTR

What its used for :

  • Owing to its low friction, PTFE sheet is used for applications where sliding action of parts is needed such as plain bearings, slide plates, etc. In these applications, it performs significantly better than nylon and acetal and it is comparable to UHMWPE, although not as resistant to wear. Its extremely high bulk resistivity makes it an ideal material for fabricating long-life electrets, which are useful devices being the electrostatic analogues of magnets. In optical radiometry, sheets made from PTFE are used for measuring heads in spectroradiometers and broadband radiometers (e.g., luminance meters and UV radiometers) due to its capability to diffuse a transmitting light nearly perfectly. PTFE sheets have high corrosion resistance and used in laboratory environments as containers for materials such as fluoroantimonic acid.

How it performs :

  • Components made with PTFE sheets have an exceptional resistance to high as well as low temperatures, chemical reaction, corrosion, and stress-cracking. The electrical and low-friction properties of PTFE make it a preferred material for a number of applications and for different processing techniques.

Machining characteristics :

  • PTFE sheet is quite a soft engineering plastic and may be difficult to hold without damaging or crushing. Also because of its inherent low friction and resulting slipperiness, PTFE sheet can also make it difficult to work with and hold in place again while being machined. Another consideration is its tendency to produce strings of long swarf, which may wrap around any cutters or tooling.

Gluing and bonding :

  • Here again, the touted low friction and slipperiness of PTFE becomes a challenge. PTFE sheet must undergo surface preparation prior to bonding, normally by etching, using a solution of sodium and naphthalene in tetrahydrofuran. Adhesive manufacturers have developed proprietary primers which make it possible for the surface to be primed ready to accept an adhesive. Once the surface of the material is prepared, a number of adhesives can then be used including, epoxies, polyurethanes and acrylics. Companies such as Loctite and 3M have now developed a special acrylic based adhesive that can bond directly to PTFE without the need for preparation other than a preliminary wipe with a cleaning solvent.

Food applications suitability :

  • As we all are aware of PTFE is DuPonts Teflon lining for cookware which is famous worldwide.

PTFE Sheet has some unique characteristics :

  • PTFE is so slippery that it is known as the only known material that an animal called a gecko cannot stick!

Size range, colours, and availability :

  • PTFE sheet in white (natural) in colour and is available in thicknesses ranging fromSize :- 300MM X 300MM, 600MM X 600MM, 1 MTR X 1 MTR and

    Thickness :- 1.5MM TO 100.0MM

What is PTFE otherwise known as? :

  • It is sometimes referred to as Teflon (DuPont)


SKU : PTFE SHEET-20

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THICKNESS6.4MM
Size300MM X 300MM
MaterialPTFE RIGID SHEET (TEFLON SHEET)

PTFE SHEET (TEFLON SHEET)

Thickness :- 1.5MM TO 100.0MM

Size :- 300MM X 300MM, 600MM X 600MM, 1 MTR X 1 MTR

What its used for :

  • Owing to its low friction, PTFE sheet is used for applications where sliding action of parts is needed such as plain bearings, slide plates, etc. In these applications, it performs significantly better than nylon and acetal and it is comparable to UHMWPE, although not as resistant to wear. Its extremely high bulk resistivity makes it an ideal material for fabricating long-life electrets, which are useful devices being the electrostatic analogues of magnets. In optical radiometry, sheets made from PTFE are used for measuring heads in spectroradiometers and broadband radiometers (e.g., luminance meters and UV radiometers) due to its capability to diffuse a transmitting light nearly perfectly. PTFE sheets have high corrosion resistance and used in laboratory environments as containers for materials such as fluoroantimonic acid.

How it performs :

  • Components made with PTFE sheets have an exceptional resistance to high as well as low temperatures, chemical reaction, corrosion, and stress-cracking. The electrical and low-friction properties of PTFE make it a preferred material for a number of applications and for different processing techniques.

Machining characteristics :

  • PTFE sheet is quite a soft engineering plastic and may be difficult to hold without damaging or crushing. Also because of its inherent low friction and resulting slipperiness, PTFE sheet can also make it difficult to work with and hold in place again while being machined. Another consideration is its tendency to produce strings of long swarf, which may wrap around any cutters or tooling.

Gluing and bonding :

  • Here again, the touted low friction and slipperiness of PTFE becomes a challenge. PTFE sheet must undergo surface preparation prior to bonding, normally by etching, using a solution of sodium and naphthalene in tetrahydrofuran. Adhesive manufacturers have developed proprietary primers which make it possible for the surface to be primed ready to accept an adhesive. Once the surface of the material is prepared, a number of adhesives can then be used including, epoxies, polyurethanes and acrylics. Companies such as Loctite and 3M have now developed a special acrylic based adhesive that can bond directly to PTFE without the need for preparation other than a preliminary wipe with a cleaning solvent.

Food applications suitability :

  • As we all are aware of PTFE is DuPonts Teflon lining for cookware which is famous worldwide.

PTFE Sheet has some unique characteristics :

  • PTFE is so slippery that it is known as the only known material that an animal called a gecko cannot stick!

Size range, colours, and availability :

  • PTFE sheet in white (natural) in colour and is available in thicknesses ranging fromSize :- 300MM X 300MM, 600MM X 600MM, 1 MTR X 1 MTR and

    Thickness :- 1.5MM TO 100.0MM

What is PTFE otherwise known as? :

  • It is sometimes referred to as Teflon (DuPont)


SKU : PTFE SHEET-22

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THICKNESS6.4MM
Size600MM X 600MM
MaterialPTFE RIGID SHEET (TEFLON SHEET)

PTFE SHEET (TEFLON SHEET)

Thickness :- 1.5MM TO 100.0MM

Size :- 300MM X 300MM, 600MM X 600MM, 1 MTR X 1 MTR

What its used for :

  • Owing to its low friction, PTFE sheet is used for applications where sliding action of parts is needed such as plain bearings, slide plates, etc. In these applications, it performs significantly better than nylon and acetal and it is comparable to UHMWPE, although not as resistant to wear. Its extremely high bulk resistivity makes it an ideal material for fabricating long-life electrets, which are useful devices being the electrostatic analogues of magnets. In optical radiometry, sheets made from PTFE are used for measuring heads in spectroradiometers and broadband radiometers (e.g., luminance meters and UV radiometers) due to its capability to diffuse a transmitting light nearly perfectly. PTFE sheets have high corrosion resistance and used in laboratory environments as containers for materials such as fluoroantimonic acid.

How it performs :

  • Components made with PTFE sheets have an exceptional resistance to high as well as low temperatures, chemical reaction, corrosion, and stress-cracking. The electrical and low-friction properties of PTFE make it a preferred material for a number of applications and for different processing techniques.

Machining characteristics :

  • PTFE sheet is quite a soft engineering plastic and may be difficult to hold without damaging or crushing. Also because of its inherent low friction and resulting slipperiness, PTFE sheet can also make it difficult to work with and hold in place again while being machined. Another consideration is its tendency to produce strings of long swarf, which may wrap around any cutters or tooling.

Gluing and bonding :

  • Here again, the touted low friction and slipperiness of PTFE becomes a challenge. PTFE sheet must undergo surface preparation prior to bonding, normally by etching, using a solution of sodium and naphthalene in tetrahydrofuran. Adhesive manufacturers have developed proprietary primers which make it possible for the surface to be primed ready to accept an adhesive. Once the surface of the material is prepared, a number of adhesives can then be used including, epoxies, polyurethanes and acrylics. Companies such as Loctite and 3M have now developed a special acrylic based adhesive that can bond directly to PTFE without the need for preparation other than a preliminary wipe with a cleaning solvent.

Food applications suitability :

  • As we all are aware of PTFE is DuPonts Teflon lining for cookware which is famous worldwide.

PTFE Sheet has some unique characteristics :

  • PTFE is so slippery that it is known as the only known material that an animal called a gecko cannot stick!

Size range, colours, and availability :

  • PTFE sheet in white (natural) in colour and is available in thicknesses ranging fromSize :- 300MM X 300MM, 600MM X 600MM, 1 MTR X 1 MTR and

    Thickness :- 1.5MM TO 100.0MM

What is PTFE otherwise known as? :

  • It is sometimes referred to as Teflon (DuPont)


SKU : PTFE SHEET-23

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THICKNESS6.4MM
Size1 MTR X 1 MTR
MaterialPTFE RIGID SHEET (TEFLON SHEET)

PTFE SHEET (TEFLON SHEET)

Thickness :- 1.5MM TO 100.0MM

Size :- 300MM X 300MM, 600MM X 600MM, 1 MTR X 1 MTR

What its used for :

  • Owing to its low friction, PTFE sheet is used for applications where sliding action of parts is needed such as plain bearings, slide plates, etc. In these applications, it performs significantly better than nylon and acetal and it is comparable to UHMWPE, although not as resistant to wear. Its extremely high bulk resistivity makes it an ideal material for fabricating long-life electrets, which are useful devices being the electrostatic analogues of magnets. In optical radiometry, sheets made from PTFE are used for measuring heads in spectroradiometers and broadband radiometers (e.g., luminance meters and UV radiometers) due to its capability to diffuse a transmitting light nearly perfectly. PTFE sheets have high corrosion resistance and used in laboratory environments as containers for materials such as fluoroantimonic acid.

How it performs :

  • Components made with PTFE sheets have an exceptional resistance to high as well as low temperatures, chemical reaction, corrosion, and stress-cracking. The electrical and low-friction properties of PTFE make it a preferred material for a number of applications and for different processing techniques.

Machining characteristics :

  • PTFE sheet is quite a soft engineering plastic and may be difficult to hold without damaging or crushing. Also because of its inherent low friction and resulting slipperiness, PTFE sheet can also make it difficult to work with and hold in place again while being machined. Another consideration is its tendency to produce strings of long swarf, which may wrap around any cutters or tooling.

Gluing and bonding :

  • Here again, the touted low friction and slipperiness of PTFE becomes a challenge. PTFE sheet must undergo surface preparation prior to bonding, normally by etching, using a solution of sodium and naphthalene in tetrahydrofuran. Adhesive manufacturers have developed proprietary primers which make it possible for the surface to be primed ready to accept an adhesive. Once the surface of the material is prepared, a number of adhesives can then be used including, epoxies, polyurethanes and acrylics. Companies such as Loctite and 3M have now developed a special acrylic based adhesive that can bond directly to PTFE without the need for preparation other than a preliminary wipe with a cleaning solvent.

Food applications suitability :

  • As we all are aware of PTFE is DuPonts Teflon lining for cookware which is famous worldwide.

PTFE Sheet has some unique characteristics :

  • PTFE is so slippery that it is known as the only known material that an animal called a gecko cannot stick!

Size range, colours, and availability :

  • PTFE sheet in white (natural) in colour and is available in thicknesses ranging fromSize :- 300MM X 300MM, 600MM X 600MM, 1 MTR X 1 MTR and

    Thickness :- 1.5MM TO 100.0MM

What is PTFE otherwise known as? :

  • It is sometimes referred to as Teflon (DuPont)


SKU : PTFE SHEET-24

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THICKNESS8.0MM
Size300MM X 300MM
MaterialPTFE RIGID SHEET (TEFLON SHEET)

PTFE SHEET (TEFLON SHEET)

Thickness :- 1.5MM TO 100.0MM

Size :- 300MM X 300MM, 600MM X 600MM, 1 MTR X 1 MTR

What its used for :

  • Owing to its low friction, PTFE sheet is used for applications where sliding action of parts is needed such as plain bearings, slide plates, etc. In these applications, it performs significantly better than nylon and acetal and it is comparable to UHMWPE, although not as resistant to wear. Its extremely high bulk resistivity makes it an ideal material for fabricating long-life electrets, which are useful devices being the electrostatic analogues of magnets. In optical radiometry, sheets made from PTFE are used for measuring heads in spectroradiometers and broadband radiometers (e.g., luminance meters and UV radiometers) due to its capability to diffuse a transmitting light nearly perfectly. PTFE sheets have high corrosion resistance and used in laboratory environments as containers for materials such as fluoroantimonic acid.

How it performs :

  • Components made with PTFE sheets have an exceptional resistance to high as well as low temperatures, chemical reaction, corrosion, and stress-cracking. The electrical and low-friction properties of PTFE make it a preferred material for a number of applications and for different processing techniques.

Machining characteristics :

  • PTFE sheet is quite a soft engineering plastic and may be difficult to hold without damaging or crushing. Also because of its inherent low friction and resulting slipperiness, PTFE sheet can also make it difficult to work with and hold in place again while being machined. Another consideration is its tendency to produce strings of long swarf, which may wrap around any cutters or tooling.

Gluing and bonding :

  • Here again, the touted low friction and slipperiness of PTFE becomes a challenge. PTFE sheet must undergo surface preparation prior to bonding, normally by etching, using a solution of sodium and naphthalene in tetrahydrofuran. Adhesive manufacturers have developed proprietary primers which make it possible for the surface to be primed ready to accept an adhesive. Once the surface of the material is prepared, a number of adhesives can then be used including, epoxies, polyurethanes and acrylics. Companies such as Loctite and 3M have now developed a special acrylic based adhesive that can bond directly to PTFE without the need for preparation other than a preliminary wipe with a cleaning solvent.

Food applications suitability :

  • As we all are aware of PTFE is DuPonts Teflon lining for cookware which is famous worldwide.

PTFE Sheet has some unique characteristics :

  • PTFE is so slippery that it is known as the only known material that an animal called a gecko cannot stick!

Size range, colours, and availability :

  • PTFE sheet in white (natural) in colour and is available in thicknesses ranging fromSize :- 300MM X 300MM, 600MM X 600MM, 1 MTR X 1 MTR and

    Thickness :- 1.5MM TO 100.0MM

What is PTFE otherwise known as? :

  • It is sometimes referred to as Teflon (DuPont)


SKU : PTFE SHEET-25

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THICKNESS8.0MM
Size1 MTR X 1 MTR
MaterialPTFE RIGID SHEET (TEFLON SHEET)

PTFE SHEET (TEFLON SHEET)

Thickness :- 1.5MM TO 100.0MM

Size :- 300MM X 300MM, 600MM X 600MM, 1 MTR X 1 MTR

What its used for :

  • Owing to its low friction, PTFE sheet is used for applications where sliding action of parts is needed such as plain bearings, slide plates, etc. In these applications, it performs significantly better than nylon and acetal and it is comparable to UHMWPE, although not as resistant to wear. Its extremely high bulk resistivity makes it an ideal material for fabricating long-life electrets, which are useful devices being the electrostatic analogues of magnets. In optical radiometry, sheets made from PTFE are used for measuring heads in spectroradiometers and broadband radiometers (e.g., luminance meters and UV radiometers) due to its capability to diffuse a transmitting light nearly perfectly. PTFE sheets have high corrosion resistance and used in laboratory environments as containers for materials such as fluoroantimonic acid.

How it performs :

  • Components made with PTFE sheets have an exceptional resistance to high as well as low temperatures, chemical reaction, corrosion, and stress-cracking. The electrical and low-friction properties of PTFE make it a preferred material for a number of applications and for different processing techniques.

Machining characteristics :

  • PTFE sheet is quite a soft engineering plastic and may be difficult to hold without damaging or crushing. Also because of its inherent low friction and resulting slipperiness, PTFE sheet can also make it difficult to work with and hold in place again while being machined. Another consideration is its tendency to produce strings of long swarf, which may wrap around any cutters or tooling.

Gluing and bonding :

  • Here again, the touted low friction and slipperiness of PTFE becomes a challenge. PTFE sheet must undergo surface preparation prior to bonding, normally by etching, using a solution of sodium and naphthalene in tetrahydrofuran. Adhesive manufacturers have developed proprietary primers which make it possible for the surface to be primed ready to accept an adhesive. Once the surface of the material is prepared, a number of adhesives can then be used including, epoxies, polyurethanes and acrylics. Companies such as Loctite and 3M have now developed a special acrylic based adhesive that can bond directly to PTFE without the need for preparation other than a preliminary wipe with a cleaning solvent.

Food applications suitability :

  • As we all are aware of PTFE is DuPonts Teflon lining for cookware which is famous worldwide.

PTFE Sheet has some unique characteristics :

  • PTFE is so slippery that it is known as the only known material that an animal called a gecko cannot stick!

Size range, colours, and availability :

  • PTFE sheet in white (natural) in colour and is available in thicknesses ranging fromSize :- 300MM X 300MM, 600MM X 600MM, 1 MTR X 1 MTR and

    Thickness :- 1.5MM TO 100.0MM

What is PTFE otherwise known as? :

  • It is sometimes referred to as Teflon (DuPont)


SKU : PTFE SHEET-27

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THICKNESS10MM
Size300MM X 300MM
MaterialPTFE RIGID SHEET (TEFLON SHEET)

PTFE SHEET (TEFLON SHEET)

Thickness :- 1.5MM TO 100.0MM

Size :- 300MM X 300MM, 600MM X 600MM, 1 MTR X 1 MTR

What its used for :

  • Owing to its low friction, PTFE sheet is used for applications where sliding action of parts is needed such as plain bearings, slide plates, etc. In these applications, it performs significantly better than nylon and acetal and it is comparable to UHMWPE, although not as resistant to wear. Its extremely high bulk resistivity makes it an ideal material for fabricating long-life electrets, which are useful devices being the electrostatic analogues of magnets. In optical radiometry, sheets made from PTFE are used for measuring heads in spectroradiometers and broadband radiometers (e.g., luminance meters and UV radiometers) due to its capability to diffuse a transmitting light nearly perfectly. PTFE sheets have high corrosion resistance and used in laboratory environments as containers for materials such as fluoroantimonic acid.

How it performs :

  • Components made with PTFE sheets have an exceptional resistance to high as well as low temperatures, chemical reaction, corrosion, and stress-cracking. The electrical and low-friction properties of PTFE make it a preferred material for a number of applications and for different processing techniques.

Machining characteristics :

  • PTFE sheet is quite a soft engineering plastic and may be difficult to hold without damaging or crushing. Also because of its inherent low friction and resulting slipperiness, PTFE sheet can also make it difficult to work with and hold in place again while being machined. Another consideration is its tendency to produce strings of long swarf, which may wrap around any cutters or tooling.

Gluing and bonding :

  • Here again, the touted low friction and slipperiness of PTFE becomes a challenge. PTFE sheet must undergo surface preparation prior to bonding, normally by etching, using a solution of sodium and naphthalene in tetrahydrofuran. Adhesive manufacturers have developed proprietary primers which make it possible for the surface to be primed ready to accept an adhesive. Once the surface of the material is prepared, a number of adhesives can then be used including, epoxies, polyurethanes and acrylics. Companies such as Loctite and 3M have now developed a special acrylic based adhesive that can bond directly to PTFE without the need for preparation other than a preliminary wipe with a cleaning solvent.

Food applications suitability :

  • As we all are aware of PTFE is DuPonts Teflon lining for cookware which is famous worldwide.

PTFE Sheet has some unique characteristics :

  • PTFE is so slippery that it is known as the only known material that an animal called a gecko cannot stick!

Size range, colours, and availability :

  • PTFE sheet in white (natural) in colour and is available in thicknesses ranging fromSize :- 300MM X 300MM, 600MM X 600MM, 1 MTR X 1 MTR and

    Thickness :- 1.5MM TO 100.0MM

What is PTFE otherwise known as? :

  • It is sometimes referred to as Teflon (DuPont)


SKU : PTFE SHEET-28

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THICKNESS10MM
Size600MM X 600MM
MaterialPTFE RIGID SHEET (TEFLON SHEET)

PTFE SHEET (TEFLON SHEET)

Thickness :- 1.5MM TO 100.0MM

Size :- 300MM X 300MM, 600MM X 600MM, 1 MTR X 1 MTR

What its used for :

  • Owing to its low friction, PTFE sheet is used for applications where sliding action of parts is needed such as plain bearings, slide plates, etc. In these applications, it performs significantly better than nylon and acetal and it is comparable to UHMWPE, although not as resistant to wear. Its extremely high bulk resistivity makes it an ideal material for fabricating long-life electrets, which are useful devices being the electrostatic analogues of magnets. In optical radiometry, sheets made from PTFE are used for measuring heads in spectroradiometers and broadband radiometers (e.g., luminance meters and UV radiometers) due to its capability to diffuse a transmitting light nearly perfectly. PTFE sheets have high corrosion resistance and used in laboratory environments as containers for materials such as fluoroantimonic acid.

How it performs :

  • Components made with PTFE sheets have an exceptional resistance to high as well as low temperatures, chemical reaction, corrosion, and stress-cracking. The electrical and low-friction properties of PTFE make it a preferred material for a number of applications and for different processing techniques.

Machining characteristics :

  • PTFE sheet is quite a soft engineering plastic and may be difficult to hold without damaging or crushing. Also because of its inherent low friction and resulting slipperiness, PTFE sheet can also make it difficult to work with and hold in place again while being machined. Another consideration is its tendency to produce strings of long swarf, which may wrap around any cutters or tooling.

Gluing and bonding :

  • Here again, the touted low friction and slipperiness of PTFE becomes a challenge. PTFE sheet must undergo surface preparation prior to bonding, normally by etching, using a solution of sodium and naphthalene in tetrahydrofuran. Adhesive manufacturers have developed proprietary primers which make it possible for the surface to be primed ready to accept an adhesive. Once the surface of the material is prepared, a number of adhesives can then be used including, epoxies, polyurethanes and acrylics. Companies such as Loctite and 3M have now developed a special acrylic based adhesive that can bond directly to PTFE without the need for preparation other than a preliminary wipe with a cleaning solvent.

Food applications suitability :

  • As we all are aware of PTFE is DuPonts Teflon lining for cookware which is famous worldwide.

PTFE Sheet has some unique characteristics :

  • PTFE is so slippery that it is known as the only known material that an animal called a gecko cannot stick!

Size range, colours, and availability :

  • PTFE sheet in white (natural) in colour and is available in thicknesses ranging fromSize :- 300MM X 300MM, 600MM X 600MM, 1 MTR X 1 MTR and

    Thickness :- 1.5MM TO 100.0MM

What is PTFE otherwise known as? :

  • It is sometimes referred to as Teflon (DuPont)


SKU : PTFE SHEET-29

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THICKNESS12MM
Size600MM X 600MM
MaterialPTFE RIGID SHEET (TEFLON SHEET)

PTFE SHEET (TEFLON SHEET)

Thickness :- 1.5MM TO 100.0MM

Size :- 300MM X 300MM, 600MM X 600MM, 1 MTR X 1 MTR

What its used for :

  • Owing to its low friction, PTFE sheet is used for applications where sliding action of parts is needed such as plain bearings, slide plates, etc. In these applications, it performs significantly better than nylon and acetal and it is comparable to UHMWPE, although not as resistant to wear. Its extremely high bulk resistivity makes it an ideal material for fabricating long-life electrets, which are useful devices being the electrostatic analogues of magnets. In optical radiometry, sheets made from PTFE are used for measuring heads in spectroradiometers and broadband radiometers (e.g., luminance meters and UV radiometers) due to its capability to diffuse a transmitting light nearly perfectly. PTFE sheets have high corrosion resistance and used in laboratory environments as containers for materials such as fluoroantimonic acid.

How it performs :

  • Components made with PTFE sheets have an exceptional resistance to high as well as low temperatures, chemical reaction, corrosion, and stress-cracking. The electrical and low-friction properties of PTFE make it a preferred material for a number of applications and for different processing techniques.

Machining characteristics :

  • PTFE sheet is quite a soft engineering plastic and may be difficult to hold without damaging or crushing. Also because of its inherent low friction and resulting slipperiness, PTFE sheet can also make it difficult to work with and hold in place again while being machined. Another consideration is its tendency to produce strings of long swarf, which may wrap around any cutters or tooling.

Gluing and bonding :

  • Here again, the touted low friction and slipperiness of PTFE becomes a challenge. PTFE sheet must undergo surface preparation prior to bonding, normally by etching, using a solution of sodium and naphthalene in tetrahydrofuran. Adhesive manufacturers have developed proprietary primers which make it possible for the surface to be primed ready to accept an adhesive. Once the surface of the material is prepared, a number of adhesives can then be used including, epoxies, polyurethanes and acrylics. Companies such as Loctite and 3M have now developed a special acrylic based adhesive that can bond directly to PTFE without the need for preparation other than a preliminary wipe with a cleaning solvent.

Food applications suitability :

  • As we all are aware of PTFE is DuPonts Teflon lining for cookware which is famous worldwide.

PTFE Sheet has some unique characteristics :

  • PTFE is so slippery that it is known as the only known material that an animal called a gecko cannot stick!

Size range, colours, and availability :

  • PTFE sheet in white (natural) in colour and is available in thicknesses ranging fromSize :- 300MM X 300MM, 600MM X 600MM, 1 MTR X 1 MTR and

    Thickness :- 1.5MM TO 100.0MM

What is PTFE otherwise known as? :

  • It is sometimes referred to as Teflon (DuPont)


SKU : PTFE SHEET-32

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THICKNESS12MM
Size1 MTR X 1 MTR
MaterialPTFE RIGID SHEET (TEFLON SHEET)

PTFE SHEET (TEFLON SHEET)

Thickness :- 1.5MM TO 100.0MM

Size :- 300MM X 300MM, 600MM X 600MM, 1 MTR X 1 MTR

What its used for :

  • Owing to its low friction, PTFE sheet is used for applications where sliding action of parts is needed such as plain bearings, slide plates, etc. In these applications, it performs significantly better than nylon and acetal and it is comparable to UHMWPE, although not as resistant to wear. Its extremely high bulk resistivity makes it an ideal material for fabricating long-life electrets, which are useful devices being the electrostatic analogues of magnets. In optical radiometry, sheets made from PTFE are used for measuring heads in spectroradiometers and broadband radiometers (e.g., luminance meters and UV radiometers) due to its capability to diffuse a transmitting light nearly perfectly. PTFE sheets have high corrosion resistance and used in laboratory environments as containers for materials such as fluoroantimonic acid.

How it performs :

  • Components made with PTFE sheets have an exceptional resistance to high as well as low temperatures, chemical reaction, corrosion, and stress-cracking. The electrical and low-friction properties of PTFE make it a preferred material for a number of applications and for different processing techniques.

Machining characteristics :

  • PTFE sheet is quite a soft engineering plastic and may be difficult to hold without damaging or crushing. Also because of its inherent low friction and resulting slipperiness, PTFE sheet can also make it difficult to work with and hold in place again while being machined. Another consideration is its tendency to produce strings of long swarf, which may wrap around any cutters or tooling.

Gluing and bonding :

  • Here again, the touted low friction and slipperiness of PTFE becomes a challenge. PTFE sheet must undergo surface preparation prior to bonding, normally by etching, using a solution of sodium and naphthalene in tetrahydrofuran. Adhesive manufacturers have developed proprietary primers which make it possible for the surface to be primed ready to accept an adhesive. Once the surface of the material is prepared, a number of adhesives can then be used including, epoxies, polyurethanes and acrylics. Companies such as Loctite and 3M have now developed a special acrylic based adhesive that can bond directly to PTFE without the need for preparation other than a preliminary wipe with a cleaning solvent.

Food applications suitability :

  • As we all are aware of PTFE is DuPonts Teflon lining for cookware which is famous worldwide.

PTFE Sheet has some unique characteristics :

  • PTFE is so slippery that it is known as the only known material that an animal called a gecko cannot stick!

Size range, colours, and availability :

  • PTFE sheet in white (natural) in colour and is available in thicknesses ranging fromSize :- 300MM X 300MM, 600MM X 600MM, 1 MTR X 1 MTR and

    Thickness :- 1.5MM TO 100.0MM

What is PTFE otherwise known as? :

  • It is sometimes referred to as Teflon (DuPont)


SKU : PTFE SHEET-33

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THICKNESS12.5MM
Size600MM X 600MM
MaterialPTFE RIGID SHEET (TEFLON SHEET)

PTFE SHEET (TEFLON SHEET)

Thickness :- 1.5MM TO 100.0MM

Size :- 300MM X 300MM, 600MM X 600MM, 1 MTR X 1 MTR

What its used for :

  • Owing to its low friction, PTFE sheet is used for applications where sliding action of parts is needed such as plain bearings, slide plates, etc. In these applications, it performs significantly better than nylon and acetal and it is comparable to UHMWPE, although not as resistant to wear. Its extremely high bulk resistivity makes it an ideal material for fabricating long-life electrets, which are useful devices being the electrostatic analogues of magnets. In optical radiometry, sheets made from PTFE are used for measuring heads in spectroradiometers and broadband radiometers (e.g., luminance meters and UV radiometers) due to its capability to diffuse a transmitting light nearly perfectly. PTFE sheets have high corrosion resistance and used in laboratory environments as containers for materials such as fluoroantimonic acid.

How it performs :

  • Components made with PTFE sheets have an exceptional resistance to high as well as low temperatures, chemical reaction, corrosion, and stress-cracking. The electrical and low-friction properties of PTFE make it a preferred material for a number of applications and for different processing techniques.

Machining characteristics :

  • PTFE sheet is quite a soft engineering plastic and may be difficult to hold without damaging or crushing. Also because of its inherent low friction and resulting slipperiness, PTFE sheet can also make it difficult to work with and hold in place again while being machined. Another consideration is its tendency to produce strings of long swarf, which may wrap around any cutters or tooling.

Gluing and bonding :

  • Here again, the touted low friction and slipperiness of PTFE becomes a challenge. PTFE sheet must undergo surface preparation prior to bonding, normally by etching, using a solution of sodium and naphthalene in tetrahydrofuran. Adhesive manufacturers have developed proprietary primers which make it possible for the surface to be primed ready to accept an adhesive. Once the surface of the material is prepared, a number of adhesives can then be used including, epoxies, polyurethanes and acrylics. Companies such as Loctite and 3M have now developed a special acrylic based adhesive that can bond directly to PTFE without the need for preparation other than a preliminary wipe with a cleaning solvent.

Food applications suitability :

  • As we all are aware of PTFE is DuPonts Teflon lining for cookware which is famous worldwide.

PTFE Sheet has some unique characteristics :

  • PTFE is so slippery that it is known as the only known material that an animal called a gecko cannot stick!

Size range, colours, and availability :

  • PTFE sheet in white (natural) in colour and is available in thicknesses ranging fromSize :- 300MM X 300MM, 600MM X 600MM, 1 MTR X 1 MTR and

    Thickness :- 1.5MM TO 100.0MM

What is PTFE otherwise known as? :

  • It is sometimes referred to as Teflon (DuPont)


SKU : PTFE SHEET-35

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THICKNESS12.5MM
Size300MM X 300MM
MaterialPTFE RIGID SHEET (TEFLON SHEET)

PTFE SHEET (TEFLON SHEET)

Thickness :- 1.5MM TO 100.0MM

Size :- 300MM X 300MM, 600MM X 600MM, 1 MTR X 1 MTR

What its used for :

  • Owing to its low friction, PTFE sheet is used for applications where sliding action of parts is needed such as plain bearings, slide plates, etc. In these applications, it performs significantly better than nylon and acetal and it is comparable to UHMWPE, although not as resistant to wear. Its extremely high bulk resistivity makes it an ideal material for fabricating long-life electrets, which are useful devices being the electrostatic analogues of magnets. In optical radiometry, sheets made from PTFE are used for measuring heads in spectroradiometers and broadband radiometers (e.g., luminance meters and UV radiometers) due to its capability to diffuse a transmitting light nearly perfectly. PTFE sheets have high corrosion resistance and used in laboratory environments as containers for materials such as fluoroantimonic acid.

How it performs :

  • Components made with PTFE sheets have an exceptional resistance to high as well as low temperatures, chemical reaction, corrosion, and stress-cracking. The electrical and low-friction properties of PTFE make it a preferred material for a number of applications and for different processing techniques.

Machining characteristics :

  • PTFE sheet is quite a soft engineering plastic and may be difficult to hold without damaging or crushing. Also because of its inherent low friction and resulting slipperiness, PTFE sheet can also make it difficult to work with and hold in place again while being machined. Another consideration is its tendency to produce strings of long swarf, which may wrap around any cutters or tooling.

Gluing and bonding :

  • Here again, the touted low friction and slipperiness of PTFE becomes a challenge. PTFE sheet must undergo surface preparation prior to bonding, normally by etching, using a solution of sodium and naphthalene in tetrahydrofuran. Adhesive manufacturers have developed proprietary primers which make it possible for the surface to be primed ready to accept an adhesive. Once the surface of the material is prepared, a number of adhesives can then be used including, epoxies, polyurethanes and acrylics. Companies such as Loctite and 3M have now developed a special acrylic based adhesive that can bond directly to PTFE without the need for preparation other than a preliminary wipe with a cleaning solvent.

Food applications suitability :

  • As we all are aware of PTFE is DuPonts Teflon lining for cookware which is famous worldwide.

PTFE Sheet has some unique characteristics :

  • PTFE is so slippery that it is known as the only known material that an animal called a gecko cannot stick!

Size range, colours, and availability :

  • PTFE sheet in white (natural) in colour and is available in thicknesses ranging fromSize :- 300MM X 300MM, 600MM X 600MM, 1 MTR X 1 MTR and

    Thickness :- 1.5MM TO 100.0MM

What is PTFE otherwise known as? :

  • It is sometimes referred to as Teflon (DuPont)


SKU : PTFE SHEET-34

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THICKNESS12.5MM
Size1 MTR X 1 MTR
MaterialPTFE RIGID SHEET (TEFLON SHEET)

PTFE SHEET (TEFLON SHEET)

Thickness :- 1.5MM TO 100.0MM

Size :- 300MM X 300MM, 600MM X 600MM, 1 MTR X 1 MTR

What its used for :

  • Owing to its low friction, PTFE sheet is used for applications where sliding action of parts is needed such as plain bearings, slide plates, etc. In these applications, it performs significantly better than nylon and acetal and it is comparable to UHMWPE, although not as resistant to wear. Its extremely high bulk resistivity makes it an ideal material for fabricating long-life electrets, which are useful devices being the electrostatic analogues of magnets. In optical radiometry, sheets made from PTFE are used for measuring heads in spectroradiometers and broadband radiometers (e.g., luminance meters and UV radiometers) due to its capability to diffuse a transmitting light nearly perfectly. PTFE sheets have high corrosion resistance and used in laboratory environments as containers for materials such as fluoroantimonic acid.

How it performs :

  • Components made with PTFE sheets have an exceptional resistance to high as well as low temperatures, chemical reaction, corrosion, and stress-cracking. The electrical and low-friction properties of PTFE make it a preferred material for a number of applications and for different processing techniques.

Machining characteristics :

  • PTFE sheet is quite a soft engineering plastic and may be difficult to hold without damaging or crushing. Also because of its inherent low friction and resulting slipperiness, PTFE sheet can also make it difficult to work with and hold in place again while being machined. Another consideration is its tendency to produce strings of long swarf, which may wrap around any cutters or tooling.

Gluing and bonding :

  • Here again, the touted low friction and slipperiness of PTFE becomes a challenge. PTFE sheet must undergo surface preparation prior to bonding, normally by etching, using a solution of sodium and naphthalene in tetrahydrofuran. Adhesive manufacturers have developed proprietary primers which make it possible for the surface to be primed ready to accept an adhesive. Once the surface of the material is prepared, a number of adhesives can then be used including, epoxies, polyurethanes and acrylics. Companies such as Loctite and 3M have now developed a special acrylic based adhesive that can bond directly to PTFE without the need for preparation other than a preliminary wipe with a cleaning solvent.

Food applications suitability :

  • As we all are aware of PTFE is DuPonts Teflon lining for cookware which is famous worldwide.

PTFE Sheet has some unique characteristics :

  • PTFE is so slippery that it is known as the only known material that an animal called a gecko cannot stick!

Size range, colours, and availability :

  • PTFE sheet in white (natural) in colour and is available in thicknesses ranging fromSize :- 300MM X 300MM, 600MM X 600MM, 1 MTR X 1 MTR and

    Thickness :- 1.5MM TO 100.0MM

What is PTFE otherwise known as? :

  • It is sometimes referred to as Teflon (DuPont)


SKU : PTFE SHEET-36

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THICKNESS15MM
Size300MM X 300MM
MaterialPTFE RIGID SHEET (TEFLON SHEET)

PTFE SHEET (TEFLON SHEET)

Thickness :- 1.5MM TO 100.0MM

Size :- 300MM X 300MM, 600MM X 600MM, 1 MTR X 1 MTR

What its used for :

  • Owing to its low friction, PTFE sheet is used for applications where sliding action of parts is needed such as plain bearings, slide plates, etc. In these applications, it performs significantly better than nylon and acetal and it is comparable to UHMWPE, although not as resistant to wear. Its extremely high bulk resistivity makes it an ideal material for fabricating long-life electrets, which are useful devices being the electrostatic analogues of magnets. In optical radiometry, sheets made from PTFE are used for measuring heads in spectroradiometers and broadband radiometers (e.g., luminance meters and UV radiometers) due to its capability to diffuse a transmitting light nearly perfectly. PTFE sheets have high corrosion resistance and used in laboratory environments as containers for materials such as fluoroantimonic acid.

How it performs :

  • Components made with PTFE sheets have an exceptional resistance to high as well as low temperatures, chemical reaction, corrosion, and stress-cracking. The electrical and low-friction properties of PTFE make it a preferred material for a number of applications and for different processing techniques.

Machining characteristics :

  • PTFE sheet is quite a soft engineering plastic and may be difficult to hold without damaging or crushing. Also because of its inherent low friction and resulting slipperiness, PTFE sheet can also make it difficult to work with and hold in place again while being machined. Another consideration is its tendency to produce strings of long swarf, which may wrap around any cutters or tooling.

Gluing and bonding :

  • Here again, the touted low friction and slipperiness of PTFE becomes a challenge. PTFE sheet must undergo surface preparation prior to bonding, normally by etching, using a solution of sodium and naphthalene in tetrahydrofuran. Adhesive manufacturers have developed proprietary primers which make it possible for the surface to be primed ready to accept an adhesive. Once the surface of the material is prepared, a number of adhesives can then be used including, epoxies, polyurethanes and acrylics. Companies such as Loctite and 3M have now developed a special acrylic based adhesive that can bond directly to PTFE without the need for preparation other than a preliminary wipe with a cleaning solvent.

Food applications suitability :

  • As we all are aware of PTFE is DuPonts Teflon lining for cookware which is famous worldwide.

PTFE Sheet has some unique characteristics :

  • PTFE is so slippery that it is known as the only known material that an animal called a gecko cannot stick!

Size range, colours, and availability :

  • PTFE sheet in white (natural) in colour and is available in thicknesses ranging fromSize :- 300MM X 300MM, 600MM X 600MM, 1 MTR X 1 MTR and

    Thickness :- 1.5MM TO 100.0MM

What is PTFE otherwise known as? :

  • It is sometimes referred to as Teflon (DuPont)


SKU : PTFE SHEET-37

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THICKNESS15MM
Size1 MTR X 1 MTR
MaterialPTFE RIGID SHEET (TEFLON SHEET)

PTFE SHEET (TEFLON SHEET)

Thickness :- 1.5MM TO 100.0MM

Size :- 300MM X 300MM, 600MM X 600MM, 1 MTR X 1 MTR

What its used for :

  • Owing to its low friction, PTFE sheet is used for applications where sliding action of parts is needed such as plain bearings, slide plates, etc. In these applications, it performs significantly better than nylon and acetal and it is comparable to UHMWPE, although not as resistant to wear. Its extremely high bulk resistivity makes it an ideal material for fabricating long-life electrets, which are useful devices being the electrostatic analogues of magnets. In optical radiometry, sheets made from PTFE are used for measuring heads in spectroradiometers and broadband radiometers (e.g., luminance meters and UV radiometers) due to its capability to diffuse a transmitting light nearly perfectly. PTFE sheets have high corrosion resistance and used in laboratory environments as containers for materials such as fluoroantimonic acid.

How it performs :

  • Components made with PTFE sheets have an exceptional resistance to high as well as low temperatures, chemical reaction, corrosion, and stress-cracking. The electrical and low-friction properties of PTFE make it a preferred material for a number of applications and for different processing techniques.

Machining characteristics :

  • PTFE sheet is quite a soft engineering plastic and may be difficult to hold without damaging or crushing. Also because of its inherent low friction and resulting slipperiness, PTFE sheet can also make it difficult to work with and hold in place again while being machined. Another consideration is its tendency to produce strings of long swarf, which may wrap around any cutters or tooling.

Gluing and bonding :

  • Here again, the touted low friction and slipperiness of PTFE becomes a challenge. PTFE sheet must undergo surface preparation prior to bonding, normally by etching, using a solution of sodium and naphthalene in tetrahydrofuran. Adhesive manufacturers have developed proprietary primers which make it possible for the surface to be primed ready to accept an adhesive. Once the surface of the material is prepared, a number of adhesives can then be used including, epoxies, polyurethanes and acrylics. Companies such as Loctite and 3M have now developed a special acrylic based adhesive that can bond directly to PTFE without the need for preparation other than a preliminary wipe with a cleaning solvent.

Food applications suitability :

  • As we all are aware of PTFE is DuPonts Teflon lining for cookware which is famous worldwide.

PTFE Sheet has some unique characteristics :

  • PTFE is so slippery that it is known as the only known material that an animal called a gecko cannot stick!

Size range, colours, and availability :

  • PTFE sheet in white (natural) in colour and is available in thicknesses ranging fromSize :- 300MM X 300MM, 600MM X 600MM, 1 MTR X 1 MTR and

    Thickness :- 1.5MM TO 100.0MM

What is PTFE otherwise known as? :

  • It is sometimes referred to as Teflon (DuPont)


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THICKNESS16MM
Size300MM X 300MM
MaterialPTFE RIGID SHEET (TEFLON SHEET)

PTFE SHEET (TEFLON SHEET)

Thickness :- 1.5MM TO 100.0MM

Size :- 300MM X 300MM, 600MM X 600MM, 1 MTR X 1 MTR

What its used for :

  • Owing to its low friction, PTFE sheet is used for applications where sliding action of parts is needed such as plain bearings, slide plates, etc. In these applications, it performs significantly better than nylon and acetal and it is comparable to UHMWPE, although not as resistant to wear. Its extremely high bulk resistivity makes it an ideal material for fabricating long-life electrets, which are useful devices being the electrostatic analogues of magnets. In optical radiometry, sheets made from PTFE are used for measuring heads in spectroradiometers and broadband radiometers (e.g., luminance meters and UV radiometers) due to its capability to diffuse a transmitting light nearly perfectly. PTFE sheets have high corrosion resistance and used in laboratory environments as containers for materials such as fluoroantimonic acid.

How it performs :

  • Components made with PTFE sheets have an exceptional resistance to high as well as low temperatures, chemical reaction, corrosion, and stress-cracking. The electrical and low-friction properties of PTFE make it a preferred material for a number of applications and for different processing techniques.

Machining characteristics :

  • PTFE sheet is quite a soft engineering plastic and may be difficult to hold without damaging or crushing. Also because of its inherent low friction and resulting slipperiness, PTFE sheet can also make it difficult to work with and hold in place again while being machined. Another consideration is its tendency to produce strings of long swarf, which may wrap around any cutters or tooling.

Gluing and bonding :

  • Here again, the touted low friction and slipperiness of PTFE becomes a challenge. PTFE sheet must undergo surface preparation prior to bonding, normally by etching, using a solution of sodium and naphthalene in tetrahydrofuran. Adhesive manufacturers have developed proprietary primers which make it possible for the surface to be primed ready to accept an adhesive. Once the surface of the material is prepared, a number of adhesives can then be used including, epoxies, polyurethanes and acrylics. Companies such as Loctite and 3M have now developed a special acrylic based adhesive that can bond directly to PTFE without the need for preparation other than a preliminary wipe with a cleaning solvent.

Food applications suitability :

  • As we all are aware of PTFE is DuPonts Teflon lining for cookware which is famous worldwide.

PTFE Sheet has some unique characteristics :

  • PTFE is so slippery that it is known as the only known material that an animal called a gecko cannot stick!

Size range, colours, and availability :

  • PTFE sheet in white (natural) in colour and is available in thicknesses ranging fromSize :- 300MM X 300MM, 600MM X 600MM, 1 MTR X 1 MTR and

    Thickness :- 1.5MM TO 100.0MM

What is PTFE otherwise known as? :

  • It is sometimes referred to as Teflon (DuPont)


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THICKNESS16MM
Size600MM X 600MM
MaterialPTFE RIGID SHEET (TEFLON SHEET)

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Thickness :- 1.5MM TO 100.0MM

Size :- 300MM X 300MM, 600MM X 600MM, 1 MTR X 1 MTR

What its used for :

  • Owing to its low friction, PTFE sheet is used for applications where sliding action of parts is needed such as plain bearings, slide plates, etc. In these applications, it performs significantly better than nylon and acetal and it is comparable to UHMWPE, although not as resistant to wear. Its extremely high bulk resistivity makes it an ideal material for fabricating long-life electrets, which are useful devices being the electrostatic analogues of magnets. In optical radiometry, sheets made from PTFE are used for measuring heads in spectroradiometers and broadband radiometers (e.g., luminance meters and UV radiometers) due to its capability to diffuse a transmitting light nearly perfectly. PTFE sheets have high corrosion resistance and used in laboratory environments as containers for materials such as fluoroantimonic acid.

How it performs :

  • Components made with PTFE sheets have an exceptional resistance to high as well as low temperatures, chemical reaction, corrosion, and stress-cracking. The electrical and low-friction properties of PTFE make it a preferred material for a number of applications and for different processing techniques.

Machining characteristics :

  • PTFE sheet is quite a soft engineering plastic and may be difficult to hold without damaging or crushing. Also because of its inherent low friction and resulting slipperiness, PTFE sheet can also make it difficult to work with and hold in place again while being machined. Another consideration is its tendency to produce strings of long swarf, which may wrap around any cutters or tooling.

Gluing and bonding :

  • Here again, the touted low friction and slipperiness of PTFE becomes a challenge. PTFE sheet must undergo surface preparation prior to bonding, normally by etching, using a solution of sodium and naphthalene in tetrahydrofuran. Adhesive manufacturers have developed proprietary primers which make it possible for the surface to be primed ready to accept an adhesive. Once the surface of the material is prepared, a number of adhesives can then be used including, epoxies, polyurethanes and acrylics. Companies such as Loctite and 3M have now developed a special acrylic based adhesive that can bond directly to PTFE without the need for preparation other than a preliminary wipe with a cleaning solvent.

Food applications suitability :

  • As we all are aware of PTFE is DuPonts Teflon lining for cookware which is famous worldwide.

PTFE Sheet has some unique characteristics :

  • PTFE is so slippery that it is known as the only known material that an animal called a gecko cannot stick!

Size range, colours, and availability :

  • PTFE sheet in white (natural) in colour and is available in thicknesses ranging fromSize :- 300MM X 300MM, 600MM X 600MM, 1 MTR X 1 MTR and

    Thickness :- 1.5MM TO 100.0MM

What is PTFE otherwise known as? :

  • It is sometimes referred to as Teflon (DuPont)


SKU : PTFE SHEET-41

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THICKNESS16MM
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PTFE SHEET (TEFLON SHEET)

Thickness :- 1.5MM TO 100.0MM

Size :- 300MM X 300MM, 600MM X 600MM, 1 MTR X 1 MTR

What its used for :

  • Owing to its low friction, PTFE sheet is used for applications where sliding action of parts is needed such as plain bearings, slide plates, etc. In these applications, it performs significantly better than nylon and acetal and it is comparable to UHMWPE, although not as resistant to wear. Its extremely high bulk resistivity makes it an ideal material for fabricating long-life electrets, which are useful devices being the electrostatic analogues of magnets. In optical radiometry, sheets made from PTFE are used for measuring heads in spectroradiometers and broadband radiometers (e.g., luminance meters and UV radiometers) due to its capability to diffuse a transmitting light nearly perfectly. PTFE sheets have high corrosion resistance and used in laboratory environments as containers for materials such as fluoroantimonic acid.

How it performs :

  • Components made with PTFE sheets have an exceptional resistance to high as well as low temperatures, chemical reaction, corrosion, and stress-cracking. The electrical and low-friction properties of PTFE make it a preferred material for a number of applications and for different processing techniques.

Machining characteristics :

  • PTFE sheet is quite a soft engineering plastic and may be difficult to hold without damaging or crushing. Also because of its inherent low friction and resulting slipperiness, PTFE sheet can also make it difficult to work with and hold in place again while being machined. Another consideration is its tendency to produce strings of long swarf, which may wrap around any cutters or tooling.

Gluing and bonding :

  • Here again, the touted low friction and slipperiness of PTFE becomes a challenge. PTFE sheet must undergo surface preparation prior to bonding, normally by etching, using a solution of sodium and naphthalene in tetrahydrofuran. Adhesive manufacturers have developed proprietary primers which make it possible for the surface to be primed ready to accept an adhesive. Once the surface of the material is prepared, a number of adhesives can then be used including, epoxies, polyurethanes and acrylics. Companies such as Loctite and 3M have now developed a special acrylic based adhesive that can bond directly to PTFE without the need for preparation other than a preliminary wipe with a cleaning solvent.

Food applications suitability :

  • As we all are aware of PTFE is DuPonts Teflon lining for cookware which is famous worldwide.

PTFE Sheet has some unique characteristics :

  • PTFE is so slippery that it is known as the only known material that an animal called a gecko cannot stick!

Size range, colours, and availability :

  • PTFE sheet in white (natural) in colour and is available in thicknesses ranging fromSize :- 300MM X 300MM, 600MM X 600MM, 1 MTR X 1 MTR and

    Thickness :- 1.5MM TO 100.0MM

What is PTFE otherwise known as? :

  • It is sometimes referred to as Teflon (DuPont)


SKU : PTFE SHEET-42

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THICKNESS19MM
Size300MM X 300MM
MaterialPTFE RIGID SHEET (TEFLON SHEET)

PTFE SHEET (TEFLON SHEET)

Thickness :- 1.5MM TO 100.0MM

Size :- 300MM X 300MM, 600MM X 600MM, 1 MTR X 1 MTR

What its used for :

  • Owing to its low friction, PTFE sheet is used for applications where sliding action of parts is needed such as plain bearings, slide plates, etc. In these applications, it performs significantly better than nylon and acetal and it is comparable to UHMWPE, although not as resistant to wear. Its extremely high bulk resistivity makes it an ideal material for fabricating long-life electrets, which are useful devices being the electrostatic analogues of magnets. In optical radiometry, sheets made from PTFE are used for measuring heads in spectroradiometers and broadband radiometers (e.g., luminance meters and UV radiometers) due to its capability to diffuse a transmitting light nearly perfectly. PTFE sheets have high corrosion resistance and used in laboratory environments as containers for materials such as fluoroantimonic acid.

How it performs :

  • Components made with PTFE sheets have an exceptional resistance to high as well as low temperatures, chemical reaction, corrosion, and stress-cracking. The electrical and low-friction properties of PTFE make it a preferred material for a number of applications and for different processing techniques.

Machining characteristics :

  • PTFE sheet is quite a soft engineering plastic and may be difficult to hold without damaging or crushing. Also because of its inherent low friction and resulting slipperiness, PTFE sheet can also make it difficult to work with and hold in place again while being machined. Another consideration is its tendency to produce strings of long swarf, which may wrap around any cutters or tooling.

Gluing and bonding :

  • Here again, the touted low friction and slipperiness of PTFE becomes a challenge. PTFE sheet must undergo surface preparation prior to bonding, normally by etching, using a solution of sodium and naphthalene in tetrahydrofuran. Adhesive manufacturers have developed proprietary primers which make it possible for the surface to be primed ready to accept an adhesive. Once the surface of the material is prepared, a number of adhesives can then be used including, epoxies, polyurethanes and acrylics. Companies such as Loctite and 3M have now developed a special acrylic based adhesive that can bond directly to PTFE without the need for preparation other than a preliminary wipe with a cleaning solvent.

Food applications suitability :

  • As we all are aware of PTFE is DuPonts Teflon lining for cookware which is famous worldwide.

PTFE Sheet has some unique characteristics :

  • PTFE is so slippery that it is known as the only known material that an animal called a gecko cannot stick!

Size range, colours, and availability :

  • PTFE sheet in white (natural) in colour and is available in thicknesses ranging fromSize :- 300MM X 300MM, 600MM X 600MM, 1 MTR X 1 MTR and

    Thickness :- 1.5MM TO 100.0MM

What is PTFE otherwise known as? :

  • It is sometimes referred to as Teflon (DuPont)


SKU : PTFE SHEET-43

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THICKNESS19MM
Size1 MTR X 1 MTR
MaterialPTFE RIGID SHEET (TEFLON SHEET)

PTFE SHEET (TEFLON SHEET)

Thickness :- 1.5MM TO 100.0MM

Size :- 300MM X 300MM, 600MM X 600MM, 1 MTR X 1 MTR

What its used for :

  • Owing to its low friction, PTFE sheet is used for applications where sliding action of parts is needed such as plain bearings, slide plates, etc. In these applications, it performs significantly better than nylon and acetal and it is comparable to UHMWPE, although not as resistant to wear. Its extremely high bulk resistivity makes it an ideal material for fabricating long-life electrets, which are useful devices being the electrostatic analogues of magnets. In optical radiometry, sheets made from PTFE are used for measuring heads in spectroradiometers and broadband radiometers (e.g., luminance meters and UV radiometers) due to its capability to diffuse a transmitting light nearly perfectly. PTFE sheets have high corrosion resistance and used in laboratory environments as containers for materials such as fluoroantimonic acid.

How it performs :

  • Components made with PTFE sheets have an exceptional resistance to high as well as low temperatures, chemical reaction, corrosion, and stress-cracking. The electrical and low-friction properties of PTFE make it a preferred material for a number of applications and for different processing techniques.

Machining characteristics :

  • PTFE sheet is quite a soft engineering plastic and may be difficult to hold without damaging or crushing. Also because of its inherent low friction and resulting slipperiness, PTFE sheet can also make it difficult to work with and hold in place again while being machined. Another consideration is its tendency to produce strings of long swarf, which may wrap around any cutters or tooling.

Gluing and bonding :

  • Here again, the touted low friction and slipperiness of PTFE becomes a challenge. PTFE sheet must undergo surface preparation prior to bonding, normally by etching, using a solution of sodium and naphthalene in tetrahydrofuran. Adhesive manufacturers have developed proprietary primers which make it possible for the surface to be primed ready to accept an adhesive. Once the surface of the material is prepared, a number of adhesives can then be used including, epoxies, polyurethanes and acrylics. Companies such as Loctite and 3M have now developed a special acrylic based adhesive that can bond directly to PTFE without the need for preparation other than a preliminary wipe with a cleaning solvent.

Food applications suitability :

  • As we all are aware of PTFE is DuPonts Teflon lining for cookware which is famous worldwide.

PTFE Sheet has some unique characteristics :

  • PTFE is so slippery that it is known as the only known material that an animal called a gecko cannot stick!

Size range, colours, and availability :

  • PTFE sheet in white (natural) in colour and is available in thicknesses ranging fromSize :- 300MM X 300MM, 600MM X 600MM, 1 MTR X 1 MTR and

    Thickness :- 1.5MM TO 100.0MM

What is PTFE otherwise known as? :

  • It is sometimes referred to as Teflon (DuPont)


SKU : PTFE SHEET-45

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THICKNESS20MM
Size600MM X 600MM
MaterialPTFE RIGID SHEET (TEFLON SHEET)

PTFE SHEET (TEFLON SHEET)

Thickness :- 1.5MM TO 100.0MM

Size :- 300MM X 300MM, 600MM X 600MM, 1 MTR X 1 MTR

What its used for :

  • Owing to its low friction, PTFE sheet is used for applications where sliding action of parts is needed such as plain bearings, slide plates, etc. In these applications, it performs significantly better than nylon and acetal and it is comparable to UHMWPE, although not as resistant to wear. Its extremely high bulk resistivity makes it an ideal material for fabricating long-life electrets, which are useful devices being the electrostatic analogues of magnets. In optical radiometry, sheets made from PTFE are used for measuring heads in spectroradiometers and broadband radiometers (e.g., luminance meters and UV radiometers) due to its capability to diffuse a transmitting light nearly perfectly. PTFE sheets have high corrosion resistance and used in laboratory environments as containers for materials such as fluoroantimonic acid.

How it performs :

  • Components made with PTFE sheets have an exceptional resistance to high as well as low temperatures, chemical reaction, corrosion, and stress-cracking. The electrical and low-friction properties of PTFE make it a preferred material for a number of applications and for different processing techniques.

Machining characteristics :

  • PTFE sheet is quite a soft engineering plastic and may be difficult to hold without damaging or crushing. Also because of its inherent low friction and resulting slipperiness, PTFE sheet can also make it difficult to work with and hold in place again while being machined. Another consideration is its tendency to produce strings of long swarf, which may wrap around any cutters or tooling.

Gluing and bonding :

  • Here again, the touted low friction and slipperiness of PTFE becomes a challenge. PTFE sheet must undergo surface preparation prior to bonding, normally by etching, using a solution of sodium and naphthalene in tetrahydrofuran. Adhesive manufacturers have developed proprietary primers which make it possible for the surface to be primed ready to accept an adhesive. Once the surface of the material is prepared, a number of adhesives can then be used including, epoxies, polyurethanes and acrylics. Companies such as Loctite and 3M have now developed a special acrylic based adhesive that can bond directly to PTFE without the need for preparation other than a preliminary wipe with a cleaning solvent.

Food applications suitability :

  • As we all are aware of PTFE is DuPonts Teflon lining for cookware which is famous worldwide.

PTFE Sheet has some unique characteristics :

  • PTFE is so slippery that it is known as the only known material that an animal called a gecko cannot stick!

Size range, colours, and availability :

  • PTFE sheet in white (natural) in colour and is available in thicknesses ranging fromSize :- 300MM X 300MM, 600MM X 600MM, 1 MTR X 1 MTR and

    Thickness :- 1.5MM TO 100.0MM

What is PTFE otherwise known as? :

  • It is sometimes referred to as Teflon (DuPont)


SKU : PTFE SHEET-47

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THICKNESS20MM
Size1 MTR X 1 MTR
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PTFE SHEET (TEFLON SHEET)

Thickness :- 1.5MM TO 100.0MM

Size :- 300MM X 300MM, 600MM X 600MM, 1 MTR X 1 MTR

What its used for :

  • Owing to its low friction, PTFE sheet is used for applications where sliding action of parts is needed such as plain bearings, slide plates, etc. In these applications, it performs significantly better than nylon and acetal and it is comparable to UHMWPE, although not as resistant to wear. Its extremely high bulk resistivity makes it an ideal material for fabricating long-life electrets, which are useful devices being the electrostatic analogues of magnets. In optical radiometry, sheets made from PTFE are used for measuring heads in spectroradiometers and broadband radiometers (e.g., luminance meters and UV radiometers) due to its capability to diffuse a transmitting light nearly perfectly. PTFE sheets have high corrosion resistance and used in laboratory environments as containers for materials such as fluoroantimonic acid.

How it performs :

  • Components made with PTFE sheets have an exceptional resistance to high as well as low temperatures, chemical reaction, corrosion, and stress-cracking. The electrical and low-friction properties of PTFE make it a preferred material for a number of applications and for different processing techniques.

Machining characteristics :

  • PTFE sheet is quite a soft engineering plastic and may be difficult to hold without damaging or crushing. Also because of its inherent low friction and resulting slipperiness, PTFE sheet can also make it difficult to work with and hold in place again while being machined. Another consideration is its tendency to produce strings of long swarf, which may wrap around any cutters or tooling.

Gluing and bonding :

  • Here again, the touted low friction and slipperiness of PTFE becomes a challenge. PTFE sheet must undergo surface preparation prior to bonding, normally by etching, using a solution of sodium and naphthalene in tetrahydrofuran. Adhesive manufacturers have developed proprietary primers which make it possible for the surface to be primed ready to accept an adhesive. Once the surface of the material is prepared, a number of adhesives can then be used including, epoxies, polyurethanes and acrylics. Companies such as Loctite and 3M have now developed a special acrylic based adhesive that can bond directly to PTFE without the need for preparation other than a preliminary wipe with a cleaning solvent.

Food applications suitability :

  • As we all are aware of PTFE is DuPonts Teflon lining for cookware which is famous worldwide.

PTFE Sheet has some unique characteristics :

  • PTFE is so slippery that it is known as the only known material that an animal called a gecko cannot stick!

Size range, colours, and availability :

  • PTFE sheet in white (natural) in colour and is available in thicknesses ranging fromSize :- 300MM X 300MM, 600MM X 600MM, 1 MTR X 1 MTR and

    Thickness :- 1.5MM TO 100.0MM

What is PTFE otherwise known as? :

  • It is sometimes referred to as Teflon (DuPont)


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THICKNESS22MM
Size600MM X 600MM
MaterialPTFE RIGID SHEET (TEFLON SHEET)

PTFE SHEET (TEFLON SHEET)

Thickness :- 1.5MM TO 100.0MM

Size :- 300MM X 300MM, 600MM X 600MM, 1 MTR X 1 MTR

What its used for :

  • Owing to its low friction, PTFE sheet is used for applications where sliding action of parts is needed such as plain bearings, slide plates, etc. In these applications, it performs significantly better than nylon and acetal and it is comparable to UHMWPE, although not as resistant to wear. Its extremely high bulk resistivity makes it an ideal material for fabricating long-life electrets, which are useful devices being the electrostatic analogues of magnets. In optical radiometry, sheets made from PTFE are used for measuring heads in spectroradiometers and broadband radiometers (e.g., luminance meters and UV radiometers) due to its capability to diffuse a transmitting light nearly perfectly. PTFE sheets have high corrosion resistance and used in laboratory environments as containers for materials such as fluoroantimonic acid.

How it performs :

  • Components made with PTFE sheets have an exceptional resistance to high as well as low temperatures, chemical reaction, corrosion, and stress-cracking. The electrical and low-friction properties of PTFE make it a preferred material for a number of applications and for different processing techniques.

Machining characteristics :

  • PTFE sheet is quite a soft engineering plastic and may be difficult to hold without damaging or crushing. Also because of its inherent low friction and resulting slipperiness, PTFE sheet can also make it difficult to work with and hold in place again while being machined. Another consideration is its tendency to produce strings of long swarf, which may wrap around any cutters or tooling.

Gluing and bonding :

  • Here again, the touted low friction and slipperiness of PTFE becomes a challenge. PTFE sheet must undergo surface preparation prior to bonding, normally by etching, using a solution of sodium and naphthalene in tetrahydrofuran. Adhesive manufacturers have developed proprietary primers which make it possible for the surface to be primed ready to accept an adhesive. Once the surface of the material is prepared, a number of adhesives can then be used including, epoxies, polyurethanes and acrylics. Companies such as Loctite and 3M have now developed a special acrylic based adhesive that can bond directly to PTFE without the need for preparation other than a preliminary wipe with a cleaning solvent.

Food applications suitability :

  • As we all are aware of PTFE is DuPonts Teflon lining for cookware which is famous worldwide.

PTFE Sheet has some unique characteristics :

  • PTFE is so slippery that it is known as the only known material that an animal called a gecko cannot stick!

Size range, colours, and availability :

  • PTFE sheet in white (natural) in colour and is available in thicknesses ranging fromSize :- 300MM X 300MM, 600MM X 600MM, 1 MTR X 1 MTR and

    Thickness :- 1.5MM TO 100.0MM

What is PTFE otherwise known as? :

  • It is sometimes referred to as Teflon (DuPont)


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THICKNESS22MM
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Thickness :- 1.5MM TO 100.0MM

Size :- 300MM X 300MM, 600MM X 600MM, 1 MTR X 1 MTR

What its used for :

  • Owing to its low friction, PTFE sheet is used for applications where sliding action of parts is needed such as plain bearings, slide plates, etc. In these applications, it performs significantly better than nylon and acetal and it is comparable to UHMWPE, although not as resistant to wear. Its extremely high bulk resistivity makes it an ideal material for fabricating long-life electrets, which are useful devices being the electrostatic analogues of magnets. In optical radiometry, sheets made from PTFE are used for measuring heads in spectroradiometers and broadband radiometers (e.g., luminance meters and UV radiometers) due to its capability to diffuse a transmitting light nearly perfectly. PTFE sheets have high corrosion resistance and used in laboratory environments as containers for materials such as fluoroantimonic acid.

How it performs :

  • Components made with PTFE sheets have an exceptional resistance to high as well as low temperatures, chemical reaction, corrosion, and stress-cracking. The electrical and low-friction properties of PTFE make it a preferred material for a number of applications and for different processing techniques.

Machining characteristics :

  • PTFE sheet is quite a soft engineering plastic and may be difficult to hold without damaging or crushing. Also because of its inherent low friction and resulting slipperiness, PTFE sheet can also make it difficult to work with and hold in place again while being machined. Another consideration is its tendency to produce strings of long swarf, which may wrap around any cutters or tooling.

Gluing and bonding :

  • Here again, the touted low friction and slipperiness of PTFE becomes a challenge. PTFE sheet must undergo surface preparation prior to bonding, normally by etching, using a solution of sodium and naphthalene in tetrahydrofuran. Adhesive manufacturers have developed proprietary primers which make it possible for the surface to be primed ready to accept an adhesive. Once the surface of the material is prepared, a number of adhesives can then be used including, epoxies, polyurethanes and acrylics. Companies such as Loctite and 3M have now developed a special acrylic based adhesive that can bond directly to PTFE without the need for preparation other than a preliminary wipe with a cleaning solvent.

Food applications suitability :

  • As we all are aware of PTFE is DuPonts Teflon lining for cookware which is famous worldwide.

PTFE Sheet has some unique characteristics :

  • PTFE is so slippery that it is known as the only known material that an animal called a gecko cannot stick!

Size range, colours, and availability :

  • PTFE sheet in white (natural) in colour and is available in thicknesses ranging fromSize :- 300MM X 300MM, 600MM X 600MM, 1 MTR X 1 MTR and

    Thickness :- 1.5MM TO 100.0MM

What is PTFE otherwise known as? :

  • It is sometimes referred to as Teflon (DuPont)


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THICKNESS25MM
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Thickness :- 1.5MM TO 100.0MM

Size :- 300MM X 300MM, 600MM X 600MM, 1 MTR X 1 MTR

What its used for :

  • Owing to its low friction, PTFE sheet is used for applications where sliding action of parts is needed such as plain bearings, slide plates, etc. In these applications, it performs significantly better than nylon and acetal and it is comparable to UHMWPE, although not as resistant to wear. Its extremely high bulk resistivity makes it an ideal material for fabricating long-life electrets, which are useful devices being the electrostatic analogues of magnets. In optical radiometry, sheets made from PTFE are used for measuring heads in spectroradiometers and broadband radiometers (e.g., luminance meters and UV radiometers) due to its capability to diffuse a transmitting light nearly perfectly. PTFE sheets have high corrosion resistance and used in laboratory environments as containers for materials such as fluoroantimonic acid.

How it performs :

  • Components made with PTFE sheets have an exceptional resistance to high as well as low temperatures, chemical reaction, corrosion, and stress-cracking. The electrical and low-friction properties of PTFE make it a preferred material for a number of applications and for different processing techniques.

Machining characteristics :

  • PTFE sheet is quite a soft engineering plastic and may be difficult to hold without damaging or crushing. Also because of its inherent low friction and resulting slipperiness, PTFE sheet can also make it difficult to work with and hold in place again while being machined. Another consideration is its tendency to produce strings of long swarf, which may wrap around any cutters or tooling.

Gluing and bonding :

  • Here again, the touted low friction and slipperiness of PTFE becomes a challenge. PTFE sheet must undergo surface preparation prior to bonding, normally by etching, using a solution of sodium and naphthalene in tetrahydrofuran. Adhesive manufacturers have developed proprietary primers which make it possible for the surface to be primed ready to accept an adhesive. Once the surface of the material is prepared, a number of adhesives can then be used including, epoxies, polyurethanes and acrylics. Companies such as Loctite and 3M have now developed a special acrylic based adhesive that can bond directly to PTFE without the need for preparation other than a preliminary wipe with a cleaning solvent.

Food applications suitability :

  • As we all are aware of PTFE is DuPonts Teflon lining for cookware which is famous worldwide.

PTFE Sheet has some unique characteristics :

  • PTFE is so slippery that it is known as the only known material that an animal called a gecko cannot stick!

Size range, colours, and availability :

  • PTFE sheet in white (natural) in colour and is available in thicknesses ranging fromSize :- 300MM X 300MM, 600MM X 600MM, 1 MTR X 1 MTR and

    Thickness :- 1.5MM TO 100.0MM

What is PTFE otherwise known as? :

  • It is sometimes referred to as Teflon (DuPont)


SKU : PTFE SHEET-52

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THICKNESS25MM
Size600MM X 600MM
MaterialPTFE RIGID SHEET (TEFLON SHEET)

PTFE SHEET (TEFLON SHEET)

Thickness :- 1.5MM TO 100.0MM

Size :- 300MM X 300MM, 600MM X 600MM, 1 MTR X 1 MTR

What its used for :

  • Owing to its low friction, PTFE sheet is used for applications where sliding action of parts is needed such as plain bearings, slide plates, etc. In these applications, it performs significantly better than nylon and acetal and it is comparable to UHMWPE, although not as resistant to wear. Its extremely high bulk resistivity makes it an ideal material for fabricating long-life electrets, which are useful devices being the electrostatic analogues of magnets. In optical radiometry, sheets made from PTFE are used for measuring heads in spectroradiometers and broadband radiometers (e.g., luminance meters and UV radiometers) due to its capability to diffuse a transmitting light nearly perfectly. PTFE sheets have high corrosion resistance and used in laboratory environments as containers for materials such as fluoroantimonic acid.

How it performs :

  • Components made with PTFE sheets have an exceptional resistance to high as well as low temperatures, chemical reaction, corrosion, and stress-cracking. The electrical and low-friction properties of PTFE make it a preferred material for a number of applications and for different processing techniques.

Machining characteristics :

  • PTFE sheet is quite a soft engineering plastic and may be difficult to hold without damaging or crushing. Also because of its inherent low friction and resulting slipperiness, PTFE sheet can also make it difficult to work with and hold in place again while being machined. Another consideration is its tendency to produce strings of long swarf, which may wrap around any cutters or tooling.

Gluing and bonding :

  • Here again, the touted low friction and slipperiness of PTFE becomes a challenge. PTFE sheet must undergo surface preparation prior to bonding, normally by etching, using a solution of sodium and naphthalene in tetrahydrofuran. Adhesive manufacturers have developed proprietary primers which make it possible for the surface to be primed ready to accept an adhesive. Once the surface of the material is prepared, a number of adhesives can then be used including, epoxies, polyurethanes and acrylics. Companies such as Loctite and 3M have now developed a special acrylic based adhesive that can bond directly to PTFE without the need for preparation other than a preliminary wipe with a cleaning solvent.

Food applications suitability :

  • As we all are aware of PTFE is DuPonts Teflon lining for cookware which is famous worldwide.

PTFE Sheet has some unique characteristics :

  • PTFE is so slippery that it is known as the only known material that an animal called a gecko cannot stick!

Size range, colours, and availability :

  • PTFE sheet in white (natural) in colour and is available in thicknesses ranging fromSize :- 300MM X 300MM, 600MM X 600MM, 1 MTR X 1 MTR and

    Thickness :- 1.5MM TO 100.0MM

What is PTFE otherwise known as? :

  • It is sometimes referred to as Teflon (DuPont)


SKU : PTFE SHEET-53

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THICKNESS25MM
Size1 MTR X 1 MTR
MaterialPTFE RIGID SHEET (TEFLON SHEET)

PTFE SHEET (TEFLON SHEET)

Thickness :- 1.5MM TO 100.0MM

Size :- 300MM X 300MM, 600MM X 600MM, 1 MTR X 1 MTR

What its used for :

  • Owing to its low friction, PTFE sheet is used for applications where sliding action of parts is needed such as plain bearings, slide plates, etc. In these applications, it performs significantly better than nylon and acetal and it is comparable to UHMWPE, although not as resistant to wear. Its extremely high bulk resistivity makes it an ideal material for fabricating long-life electrets, which are useful devices being the electrostatic analogues of magnets. In optical radiometry, sheets made from PTFE are used for measuring heads in spectroradiometers and broadband radiometers (e.g., luminance meters and UV radiometers) due to its capability to diffuse a transmitting light nearly perfectly. PTFE sheets have high corrosion resistance and used in laboratory environments as containers for materials such as fluoroantimonic acid.

How it performs :

  • Components made with PTFE sheets have an exceptional resistance to high as well as low temperatures, chemical reaction, corrosion, and stress-cracking. The electrical and low-friction properties of PTFE make it a preferred material for a number of applications and for different processing techniques.

Machining characteristics :

  • PTFE sheet is quite a soft engineering plastic and may be difficult to hold without damaging or crushing. Also because of its inherent low friction and resulting slipperiness, PTFE sheet can also make it difficult to work with and hold in place again while being machined. Another consideration is its tendency to produce strings of long swarf, which may wrap around any cutters or tooling.

Gluing and bonding :

  • Here again, the touted low friction and slipperiness of PTFE becomes a challenge. PTFE sheet must undergo surface preparation prior to bonding, normally by etching, using a solution of sodium and naphthalene in tetrahydrofuran. Adhesive manufacturers have developed proprietary primers which make it possible for the surface to be primed ready to accept an adhesive. Once the surface of the material is prepared, a number of adhesives can then be used including, epoxies, polyurethanes and acrylics. Companies such as Loctite and 3M have now developed a special acrylic based adhesive that can bond directly to PTFE without the need for preparation other than a preliminary wipe with a cleaning solvent.

Food applications suitability :

  • As we all are aware of PTFE is DuPonts Teflon lining for cookware which is famous worldwide.

PTFE Sheet has some unique characteristics :

  • PTFE is so slippery that it is known as the only known material that an animal called a gecko cannot stick!

Size range, colours, and availability :

  • PTFE sheet in white (natural) in colour and is available in thicknesses ranging fromSize :- 300MM X 300MM, 600MM X 600MM, 1 MTR X 1 MTR and

    Thickness :- 1.5MM TO 100.0MM

What is PTFE otherwise known as? :

  • It is sometimes referred to as Teflon (DuPont)


SKU : PTFE SHEET-54

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THICKNESS30MM
Size1 MTR X 1 MTR
MaterialPTFE RIGID SHEET (TEFLON SHEET)

PTFE SHEET (TEFLON SHEET)

Thickness :- 1.5MM TO 100.0MM

Size :- 300MM X 300MM, 600MM X 600MM, 1 MTR X 1 MTR

What its used for :

  • Owing to its low friction, PTFE sheet is used for applications where sliding action of parts is needed such as plain bearings, slide plates, etc. In these applications, it performs significantly better than nylon and acetal and it is comparable to UHMWPE, although not as resistant to wear. Its extremely high bulk resistivity makes it an ideal material for fabricating long-life electrets, which are useful devices being the electrostatic analogues of magnets. In optical radiometry, sheets made from PTFE are used for measuring heads in spectroradiometers and broadband radiometers (e.g., luminance meters and UV radiometers) due to its capability to diffuse a transmitting light nearly perfectly. PTFE sheets have high corrosion resistance and used in laboratory environments as containers for materials such as fluoroantimonic acid.

How it performs :

  • Components made with PTFE sheets have an exceptional resistance to high as well as low temperatures, chemical reaction, corrosion, and stress-cracking. The electrical and low-friction properties of PTFE make it a preferred material for a number of applications and for different processing techniques.

Machining characteristics :

  • PTFE sheet is quite a soft engineering plastic and may be difficult to hold without damaging or crushing. Also because of its inherent low friction and resulting slipperiness, PTFE sheet can also make it difficult to work with and hold in place again while being machined. Another consideration is its tendency to produce strings of long swarf, which may wrap around any cutters or tooling.

Gluing and bonding :

  • Here again, the touted low friction and slipperiness of PTFE becomes a challenge. PTFE sheet must undergo surface preparation prior to bonding, normally by etching, using a solution of sodium and naphthalene in tetrahydrofuran. Adhesive manufacturers have developed proprietary primers which make it possible for the surface to be primed ready to accept an adhesive. Once the surface of the material is prepared, a number of adhesives can then be used including, epoxies, polyurethanes and acrylics. Companies such as Loctite and 3M have now developed a special acrylic based adhesive that can bond directly to PTFE without the need for preparation other than a preliminary wipe with a cleaning solvent.

Food applications suitability :

  • As we all are aware of PTFE is DuPonts Teflon lining for cookware which is famous worldwide.

PTFE Sheet has some unique characteristics :

  • PTFE is so slippery that it is known as the only known material that an animal called a gecko cannot stick!

Size range, colours, and availability :

  • PTFE sheet in white (natural) in colour and is available in thicknesses ranging fromSize :- 300MM X 300MM, 600MM X 600MM, 1 MTR X 1 MTR and

    Thickness :- 1.5MM TO 100.0MM

What is PTFE otherwise known as? :

  • It is sometimes referred to as Teflon (DuPont)


SKU : PTFE SHEET-57

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THICKNESS32MM
Size600MM X 600MM
MaterialPTFE RIGID SHEET (TEFLON SHEET)

PTFE SHEET (TEFLON SHEET)

Thickness :- 1.5MM TO 100.0MM

Size :- 300MM X 300MM, 600MM X 600MM, 1 MTR X 1 MTR

What its used for :

  • Owing to its low friction, PTFE sheet is used for applications where sliding action of parts is needed such as plain bearings, slide plates, etc. In these applications, it performs significantly better than nylon and acetal and it is comparable to UHMWPE, although not as resistant to wear. Its extremely high bulk resistivity makes it an ideal material for fabricating long-life electrets, which are useful devices being the electrostatic analogues of magnets. In optical radiometry, sheets made from PTFE are used for measuring heads in spectroradiometers and broadband radiometers (e.g., luminance meters and UV radiometers) due to its capability to diffuse a transmitting light nearly perfectly. PTFE sheets have high corrosion resistance and used in laboratory environments as containers for materials such as fluoroantimonic acid.

How it performs :

  • Components made with PTFE sheets have an exceptional resistance to high as well as low temperatures, chemical reaction, corrosion, and stress-cracking. The electrical and low-friction properties of PTFE make it a preferred material for a number of applications and for different processing techniques.

Machining characteristics :

  • PTFE sheet is quite a soft engineering plastic and may be difficult to hold without damaging or crushing. Also because of its inherent low friction and resulting slipperiness, PTFE sheet can also make it difficult to work with and hold in place again while being machined. Another consideration is its tendency to produce strings of long swarf, which may wrap around any cutters or tooling.

Gluing and bonding :

  • Here again, the touted low friction and slipperiness of PTFE becomes a challenge. PTFE sheet must undergo surface preparation prior to bonding, normally by etching, using a solution of sodium and naphthalene in tetrahydrofuran. Adhesive manufacturers have developed proprietary primers which make it possible for the surface to be primed ready to accept an adhesive. Once the surface of the material is prepared, a number of adhesives can then be used including, epoxies, polyurethanes and acrylics. Companies such as Loctite and 3M have now developed a special acrylic based adhesive that can bond directly to PTFE without the need for preparation other than a preliminary wipe with a cleaning solvent.

Food applications suitability :

  • As we all are aware of PTFE is DuPonts Teflon lining for cookware which is famous worldwide.

PTFE Sheet has some unique characteristics :

  • PTFE is so slippery that it is known as the only known material that an animal called a gecko cannot stick!

Size range, colours, and availability :

  • PTFE sheet in white (natural) in colour and is available in thicknesses ranging fromSize :- 300MM X 300MM, 600MM X 600MM, 1 MTR X 1 MTR and

    Thickness :- 1.5MM TO 100.0MM

What is PTFE otherwise known as? :

  • It is sometimes referred to as Teflon (DuPont)


SKU : PTFE SHEET-59

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THICKNESS35MM
Size600MM X 600MM
MaterialPTFE RIGID SHEET (TEFLON SHEET)

PTFE SHEET (TEFLON SHEET)

Thickness :- 1.5MM TO 100.0MM

Size :- 300MM X 300MM, 600MM X 600MM, 1 MTR X 1 MTR

What its used for :

  • Owing to its low friction, PTFE sheet is used for applications where sliding action of parts is needed such as plain bearings, slide plates, etc. In these applications, it performs significantly better than nylon and acetal and it is comparable to UHMWPE, although not as resistant to wear. Its extremely high bulk resistivity makes it an ideal material for fabricating long-life electrets, which are useful devices being the electrostatic analogues of magnets. In optical radiometry, sheets made from PTFE are used for measuring heads in spectroradiometers and broadband radiometers (e.g., luminance meters and UV radiometers) due to its capability to diffuse a transmitting light nearly perfectly. PTFE sheets have high corrosion resistance and used in laboratory environments as containers for materials such as fluoroantimonic acid.

How it performs :

  • Components made with PTFE sheets have an exceptional resistance to high as well as low temperatures, chemical reaction, corrosion, and stress-cracking. The electrical and low-friction properties of PTFE make it a preferred material for a number of applications and for different processing techniques.

Machining characteristics :

  • PTFE sheet is quite a soft engineering plastic and may be difficult to hold without damaging or crushing. Also because of its inherent low friction and resulting slipperiness, PTFE sheet can also make it difficult to work with and hold in place again while being machined. Another consideration is its tendency to produce strings of long swarf, which may wrap around any cutters or tooling.

Gluing and bonding :

  • Here again, the touted low friction and slipperiness of PTFE becomes a challenge. PTFE sheet must undergo surface preparation prior to bonding, normally by etching, using a solution of sodium and naphthalene in tetrahydrofuran. Adhesive manufacturers have developed proprietary primers which make it possible for the surface to be primed ready to accept an adhesive. Once the surface of the material is prepared, a number of adhesives can then be used including, epoxies, polyurethanes and acrylics. Companies such as Loctite and 3M have now developed a special acrylic based adhesive that can bond directly to PTFE without the need for preparation other than a preliminary wipe with a cleaning solvent.

Food applications suitability :

  • As we all are aware of PTFE is DuPonts Teflon lining for cookware which is famous worldwide.

PTFE Sheet has some unique characteristics :

  • PTFE is so slippery that it is known as the only known material that an animal called a gecko cannot stick!

Size range, colours, and availability :

  • PTFE sheet in white (natural) in colour and is available in thicknesses ranging fromSize :- 300MM X 300MM, 600MM X 600MM, 1 MTR X 1 MTR and

    Thickness :- 1.5MM TO 100.0MM

What is PTFE otherwise known as? :

  • It is sometimes referred to as Teflon (DuPont)


SKU : PTFE SHEET-62

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THICKNESS35MM
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PTFE SHEET (TEFLON SHEET)

Thickness :- 1.5MM TO 100.0MM

Size :- 300MM X 300MM, 600MM X 600MM, 1 MTR X 1 MTR

What its used for :

  • Owing to its low friction, PTFE sheet is used for applications where sliding action of parts is needed such as plain bearings, slide plates, etc. In these applications, it performs significantly better than nylon and acetal and it is comparable to UHMWPE, although not as resistant to wear. Its extremely high bulk resistivity makes it an ideal material for fabricating long-life electrets, which are useful devices being the electrostatic analogues of magnets. In optical radiometry, sheets made from PTFE are used for measuring heads in spectroradiometers and broadband radiometers (e.g., luminance meters and UV radiometers) due to its capability to diffuse a transmitting light nearly perfectly. PTFE sheets have high corrosion resistance and used in laboratory environments as containers for materials such as fluoroantimonic acid.

How it performs :

  • Components made with PTFE sheets have an exceptional resistance to high as well as low temperatures, chemical reaction, corrosion, and stress-cracking. The electrical and low-friction properties of PTFE make it a preferred material for a number of applications and for different processing techniques.

Machining characteristics :

  • PTFE sheet is quite a soft engineering plastic and may be difficult to hold without damaging or crushing. Also because of its inherent low friction and resulting slipperiness, PTFE sheet can also make it difficult to work with and hold in place again while being machined. Another consideration is its tendency to produce strings of long swarf, which may wrap around any cutters or tooling.

Gluing and bonding :

  • Here again, the touted low friction and slipperiness of PTFE becomes a challenge. PTFE sheet must undergo surface preparation prior to bonding, normally by etching, using a solution of sodium and naphthalene in tetrahydrofuran. Adhesive manufacturers have developed proprietary primers which make it possible for the surface to be primed ready to accept an adhesive. Once the surface of the material is prepared, a number of adhesives can then be used including, epoxies, polyurethanes and acrylics. Companies such as Loctite and 3M have now developed a special acrylic based adhesive that can bond directly to PTFE without the need for preparation other than a preliminary wipe with a cleaning solvent.

Food applications suitability :

  • As we all are aware of PTFE is DuPonts Teflon lining for cookware which is famous worldwide.

PTFE Sheet has some unique characteristics :

  • PTFE is so slippery that it is known as the only known material that an animal called a gecko cannot stick!

Size range, colours, and availability :

  • PTFE sheet in white (natural) in colour and is available in thicknesses ranging fromSize :- 300MM X 300MM, 600MM X 600MM, 1 MTR X 1 MTR and

    Thickness :- 1.5MM TO 100.0MM

What is PTFE otherwise known as? :

  • It is sometimes referred to as Teflon (DuPont)


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THICKNESS40MM
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Thickness :- 1.5MM TO 100.0MM

Size :- 300MM X 300MM, 600MM X 600MM, 1 MTR X 1 MTR

What its used for :

  • Owing to its low friction, PTFE sheet is used for applications where sliding action of parts is needed such as plain bearings, slide plates, etc. In these applications, it performs significantly better than nylon and acetal and it is comparable to UHMWPE, although not as resistant to wear. Its extremely high bulk resistivity makes it an ideal material for fabricating long-life electrets, which are useful devices being the electrostatic analogues of magnets. In optical radiometry, sheets made from PTFE are used for measuring heads in spectroradiometers and broadband radiometers (e.g., luminance meters and UV radiometers) due to its capability to diffuse a transmitting light nearly perfectly. PTFE sheets have high corrosion resistance and used in laboratory environments as containers for materials such as fluoroantimonic acid.

How it performs :

  • Components made with PTFE sheets have an exceptional resistance to high as well as low temperatures, chemical reaction, corrosion, and stress-cracking. The electrical and low-friction properties of PTFE make it a preferred material for a number of applications and for different processing techniques.

Machining characteristics :

  • PTFE sheet is quite a soft engineering plastic and may be difficult to hold without damaging or crushing. Also because of its inherent low friction and resulting slipperiness, PTFE sheet can also make it difficult to work with and hold in place again while being machined. Another consideration is its tendency to produce strings of long swarf, which may wrap around any cutters or tooling.

Gluing and bonding :

  • Here again, the touted low friction and slipperiness of PTFE becomes a challenge. PTFE sheet must undergo surface preparation prior to bonding, normally by etching, using a solution of sodium and naphthalene in tetrahydrofuran. Adhesive manufacturers have developed proprietary primers which make it possible for the surface to be primed ready to accept an adhesive. Once the surface of the material is prepared, a number of adhesives can then be used including, epoxies, polyurethanes and acrylics. Companies such as Loctite and 3M have now developed a special acrylic based adhesive that can bond directly to PTFE without the need for preparation other than a preliminary wipe with a cleaning solvent.

Food applications suitability :

  • As we all are aware of PTFE is DuPonts Teflon lining for cookware which is famous worldwide.

PTFE Sheet has some unique characteristics :

  • PTFE is so slippery that it is known as the only known material that an animal called a gecko cannot stick!

Size range, colours, and availability :

  • PTFE sheet in white (natural) in colour and is available in thicknesses ranging fromSize :- 300MM X 300MM, 600MM X 600MM, 1 MTR X 1 MTR and

    Thickness :- 1.5MM TO 100.0MM

What is PTFE otherwise known as? :

  • It is sometimes referred to as Teflon (DuPont)


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THICKNESS40MM
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Size :- 300MM X 300MM, 600MM X 600MM, 1 MTR X 1 MTR

What its used for :

  • Owing to its low friction, PTFE sheet is used for applications where sliding action of parts is needed such as plain bearings, slide plates, etc. In these applications, it performs significantly better than nylon and acetal and it is comparable to UHMWPE, although not as resistant to wear. Its extremely high bulk resistivity makes it an ideal material for fabricating long-life electrets, which are useful devices being the electrostatic analogues of magnets. In optical radiometry, sheets made from PTFE are used for measuring heads in spectroradiometers and broadband radiometers (e.g., luminance meters and UV radiometers) due to its capability to diffuse a transmitting light nearly perfectly. PTFE sheets have high corrosion resistance and used in laboratory environments as containers for materials such as fluoroantimonic acid.

How it performs :

  • Components made with PTFE sheets have an exceptional resistance to high as well as low temperatures, chemical reaction, corrosion, and stress-cracking. The electrical and low-friction properties of PTFE make it a preferred material for a number of applications and for different processing techniques.

Machining characteristics :

  • PTFE sheet is quite a soft engineering plastic and may be difficult to hold without damaging or crushing. Also because of its inherent low friction and resulting slipperiness, PTFE sheet can also make it difficult to work with and hold in place again while being machined. Another consideration is its tendency to produce strings of long swarf, which may wrap around any cutters or tooling.

Gluing and bonding :

  • Here again, the touted low friction and slipperiness of PTFE becomes a challenge. PTFE sheet must undergo surface preparation prior to bonding, normally by etching, using a solution of sodium and naphthalene in tetrahydrofuran. Adhesive manufacturers have developed proprietary primers which make it possible for the surface to be primed ready to accept an adhesive. Once the surface of the material is prepared, a number of adhesives can then be used including, epoxies, polyurethanes and acrylics. Companies such as Loctite and 3M have now developed a special acrylic based adhesive that can bond directly to PTFE without the need for preparation other than a preliminary wipe with a cleaning solvent.

Food applications suitability :

  • As we all are aware of PTFE is DuPonts Teflon lining for cookware which is famous worldwide.

PTFE Sheet has some unique characteristics :

  • PTFE is so slippery that it is known as the only known material that an animal called a gecko cannot stick!

Size range, colours, and availability :

  • PTFE sheet in white (natural) in colour and is available in thicknesses ranging fromSize :- 300MM X 300MM, 600MM X 600MM, 1 MTR X 1 MTR and

    Thickness :- 1.5MM TO 100.0MM

What is PTFE otherwise known as? :

  • It is sometimes referred to as Teflon (DuPont)


SKU : PTFE SHEET-66

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THICKNESS45MM
Size600MM X 600MM
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PTFE SHEET (TEFLON SHEET)

Thickness :- 1.5MM TO 100.0MM

Size :- 300MM X 300MM, 600MM X 600MM, 1 MTR X 1 MTR

What its used for :

  • Owing to its low friction, PTFE sheet is used for applications where sliding action of parts is needed such as plain bearings, slide plates, etc. In these applications, it performs significantly better than nylon and acetal and it is comparable to UHMWPE, although not as resistant to wear. Its extremely high bulk resistivity makes it an ideal material for fabricating long-life electrets, which are useful devices being the electrostatic analogues of magnets. In optical radiometry, sheets made from PTFE are used for measuring heads in spectroradiometers and broadband radiometers (e.g., luminance meters and UV radiometers) due to its capability to diffuse a transmitting light nearly perfectly. PTFE sheets have high corrosion resistance and used in laboratory environments as containers for materials such as fluoroantimonic acid.

How it performs :

  • Components made with PTFE sheets have an exceptional resistance to high as well as low temperatures, chemical reaction, corrosion, and stress-cracking. The electrical and low-friction properties of PTFE make it a preferred material for a number of applications and for different processing techniques.

Machining characteristics :

  • PTFE sheet is quite a soft engineering plastic and may be difficult to hold without damaging or crushing. Also because of its inherent low friction and resulting slipperiness, PTFE sheet can also make it difficult to work with and hold in place again while being machined. Another consideration is its tendency to produce strings of long swarf, which may wrap around any cutters or tooling.

Gluing and bonding :

  • Here again, the touted low friction and slipperiness of PTFE becomes a challenge. PTFE sheet must undergo surface preparation prior to bonding, normally by etching, using a solution of sodium and naphthalene in tetrahydrofuran. Adhesive manufacturers have developed proprietary primers which make it possible for the surface to be primed ready to accept an adhesive. Once the surface of the material is prepared, a number of adhesives can then be used including, epoxies, polyurethanes and acrylics. Companies such as Loctite and 3M have now developed a special acrylic based adhesive that can bond directly to PTFE without the need for preparation other than a preliminary wipe with a cleaning solvent.

Food applications suitability :

  • As we all are aware of PTFE is DuPonts Teflon lining for cookware which is famous worldwide.

PTFE Sheet has some unique characteristics :

  • PTFE is so slippery that it is known as the only known material that an animal called a gecko cannot stick!

Size range, colours, and availability :

  • PTFE sheet in white (natural) in colour and is available in thicknesses ranging fromSize :- 300MM X 300MM, 600MM X 600MM, 1 MTR X 1 MTR and

    Thickness :- 1.5MM TO 100.0MM

What is PTFE otherwise known as? :

  • It is sometimes referred to as Teflon (DuPont)


SKU : PTFE SHEET-68

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Size300MM X 300MM
MaterialPTFE RIGID SHEET (TEFLON SHEET)

PTFE SHEET (TEFLON SHEET)

Thickness :- 1.5MM TO 100.0MM

Size :- 300MM X 300MM, 600MM X 600MM, 1 MTR X 1 MTR

What its used for :

  • Owing to its low friction, PTFE sheet is used for applications where sliding action of parts is needed such as plain bearings, slide plates, etc. In these applications, it performs significantly better than nylon and acetal and it is comparable to UHMWPE, although not as resistant to wear. Its extremely high bulk resistivity makes it an ideal material for fabricating long-life electrets, which are useful devices being the electrostatic analogues of magnets. In optical radiometry, sheets made from PTFE are used for measuring heads in spectroradiometers and broadband radiometers (e.g., luminance meters and UV radiometers) due to its capability to diffuse a transmitting light nearly perfectly. PTFE sheets have high corrosion resistance and used in laboratory environments as containers for materials such as fluoroantimonic acid.

How it performs :

  • Components made with PTFE sheets have an exceptional resistance to high as well as low temperatures, chemical reaction, corrosion, and stress-cracking. The electrical and low-friction properties of PTFE make it a preferred material for a number of applications and for different processing techniques.

Machining characteristics :

  • PTFE sheet is quite a soft engineering plastic and may be difficult to hold without damaging or crushing. Also because of its inherent low friction and resulting slipperiness, PTFE sheet can also make it difficult to work with and hold in place again while being machined. Another consideration is its tendency to produce strings of long swarf, which may wrap around any cutters or tooling.

Gluing and bonding :

  • Here again, the touted low friction and slipperiness of PTFE becomes a challenge. PTFE sheet must undergo surface preparation prior to bonding, normally by etching, using a solution of sodium and naphthalene in tetrahydrofuran. Adhesive manufacturers have developed proprietary primers which make it possible for the surface to be primed ready to accept an adhesive. Once the surface of the material is prepared, a number of adhesives can then be used including, epoxies, polyurethanes and acrylics. Companies such as Loctite and 3M have now developed a special acrylic based adhesive that can bond directly to PTFE without the need for preparation other than a preliminary wipe with a cleaning solvent.

Food applications suitability :

  • As we all are aware of PTFE is DuPonts Teflon lining for cookware which is famous worldwide.

PTFE Sheet has some unique characteristics :

  • PTFE is so slippery that it is known as the only known material that an animal called a gecko cannot stick!

Size range, colours, and availability :

  • PTFE sheet in white (natural) in colour and is available in thicknesses ranging fromSize :- 300MM X 300MM, 600MM X 600MM, 1 MTR X 1 MTR and

    Thickness :- 1.5MM TO 100.0MM

What is PTFE otherwise known as? :

  • It is sometimes referred to as Teflon (DuPont)


SKU : PTFE SHEET-70

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THICKNESS50MM
Size1 MTR X 1 MTR
MaterialPTFE RIGID SHEET (TEFLON SHEET)

PTFE SHEET (TEFLON SHEET)

Thickness :- 1.5MM TO 100.0MM

Size :- 300MM X 300MM, 600MM X 600MM, 1 MTR X 1 MTR

What its used for :

  • Owing to its low friction, PTFE sheet is used for applications where sliding action of parts is needed such as plain bearings, slide plates, etc. In these applications, it performs significantly better than nylon and acetal and it is comparable to UHMWPE, although not as resistant to wear. Its extremely high bulk resistivity makes it an ideal material for fabricating long-life electrets, which are useful devices being the electrostatic analogues of magnets. In optical radiometry, sheets made from PTFE are used for measuring heads in spectroradiometers and broadband radiometers (e.g., luminance meters and UV radiometers) due to its capability to diffuse a transmitting light nearly perfectly. PTFE sheets have high corrosion resistance and used in laboratory environments as containers for materials such as fluoroantimonic acid.

How it performs :

  • Components made with PTFE sheets have an exceptional resistance to high as well as low temperatures, chemical reaction, corrosion, and stress-cracking. The electrical and low-friction properties of PTFE make it a preferred material for a number of applications and for different processing techniques.

Machining characteristics :

  • PTFE sheet is quite a soft engineering plastic and may be difficult to hold without damaging or crushing. Also because of its inherent low friction and resulting slipperiness, PTFE sheet can also make it difficult to work with and hold in place again while being machined. Another consideration is its tendency to produce strings of long swarf, which may wrap around any cutters or tooling.

Gluing and bonding :

  • Here again, the touted low friction and slipperiness of PTFE becomes a challenge. PTFE sheet must undergo surface preparation prior to bonding, normally by etching, using a solution of sodium and naphthalene in tetrahydrofuran. Adhesive manufacturers have developed proprietary primers which make it possible for the surface to be primed ready to accept an adhesive. Once the surface of the material is prepared, a number of adhesives can then be used including, epoxies, polyurethanes and acrylics. Companies such as Loctite and 3M have now developed a special acrylic based adhesive that can bond directly to PTFE without the need for preparation other than a preliminary wipe with a cleaning solvent.

Food applications suitability :

  • As we all are aware of PTFE is DuPonts Teflon lining for cookware which is famous worldwide.

PTFE Sheet has some unique characteristics :

  • PTFE is so slippery that it is known as the only known material that an animal called a gecko cannot stick!

Size range, colours, and availability :

  • PTFE sheet in white (natural) in colour and is available in thicknesses ranging fromSize :- 300MM X 300MM, 600MM X 600MM, 1 MTR X 1 MTR and

    Thickness :- 1.5MM TO 100.0MM

What is PTFE otherwise known as? :

  • It is sometimes referred to as Teflon (DuPont)


SKU : PTFE SHEET-72

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THICKNESS55MM
Size300MM X 300MM
MaterialPTFE RIGID SHEET (TEFLON SHEET)

PTFE SHEET (TEFLON SHEET)

Thickness :- 1.5MM TO 100.0MM

Size :- 300MM X 300MM, 600MM X 600MM, 1 MTR X 1 MTR

What its used for :

  • Owing to its low friction, PTFE sheet is used for applications where sliding action of parts is needed such as plain bearings, slide plates, etc. In these applications, it performs significantly better than nylon and acetal and it is comparable to UHMWPE, although not as resistant to wear. Its extremely high bulk resistivity makes it an ideal material for fabricating long-life electrets, which are useful devices being the electrostatic analogues of magnets. In optical radiometry, sheets made from PTFE are used for measuring heads in spectroradiometers and broadband radiometers (e.g., luminance meters and UV radiometers) due to its capability to diffuse a transmitting light nearly perfectly. PTFE sheets have high corrosion resistance and used in laboratory environments as containers for materials such as fluoroantimonic acid.

How it performs :

  • Components made with PTFE sheets have an exceptional resistance to high as well as low temperatures, chemical reaction, corrosion, and stress-cracking. The electrical and low-friction properties of PTFE make it a preferred material for a number of applications and for different processing techniques.

Machining characteristics :

  • PTFE sheet is quite a soft engineering plastic and may be difficult to hold without damaging or crushing. Also because of its inherent low friction and resulting slipperiness, PTFE sheet can also make it difficult to work with and hold in place again while being machined. Another consideration is its tendency to produce strings of long swarf, which may wrap around any cutters or tooling.

Gluing and bonding :

  • Here again, the touted low friction and slipperiness of PTFE becomes a challenge. PTFE sheet must undergo surface preparation prior to bonding, normally by etching, using a solution of sodium and naphthalene in tetrahydrofuran. Adhesive manufacturers have developed proprietary primers which make it possible for the surface to be primed ready to accept an adhesive. Once the surface of the material is prepared, a number of adhesives can then be used including, epoxies, polyurethanes and acrylics. Companies such as Loctite and 3M have now developed a special acrylic based adhesive that can bond directly to PTFE without the need for preparation other than a preliminary wipe with a cleaning solvent.

Food applications suitability :

  • As we all are aware of PTFE is DuPonts Teflon lining for cookware which is famous worldwide.

PTFE Sheet has some unique characteristics :

  • PTFE is so slippery that it is known as the only known material that an animal called a gecko cannot stick!

Size range, colours, and availability :

  • PTFE sheet in white (natural) in colour and is available in thicknesses ranging fromSize :- 300MM X 300MM, 600MM X 600MM, 1 MTR X 1 MTR and

    Thickness :- 1.5MM TO 100.0MM

What is PTFE otherwise known as? :

  • It is sometimes referred to as Teflon (DuPont)


SKU : PTFE SHEET-73

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THICKNESS60MM
Size600MM X 600MM
MaterialPTFE RIGID SHEET (TEFLON SHEET)

PTFE SHEET (TEFLON SHEET)

Thickness :- 1.5MM TO 100.0MM

Size :- 300MM X 300MM, 600MM X 600MM, 1 MTR X 1 MTR

What its used for :

  • Owing to its low friction, PTFE sheet is used for applications where sliding action of parts is needed such as plain bearings, slide plates, etc. In these applications, it performs significantly better than nylon and acetal and it is comparable to UHMWPE, although not as resistant to wear. Its extremely high bulk resistivity makes it an ideal material for fabricating long-life electrets, which are useful devices being the electrostatic analogues of magnets. In optical radiometry, sheets made from PTFE are used for measuring heads in spectroradiometers and broadband radiometers (e.g., luminance meters and UV radiometers) due to its capability to diffuse a transmitting light nearly perfectly. PTFE sheets have high corrosion resistance and used in laboratory environments as containers for materials such as fluoroantimonic acid.

How it performs :

  • Components made with PTFE sheets have an exceptional resistance to high as well as low temperatures, chemical reaction, corrosion, and stress-cracking. The electrical and low-friction properties of PTFE make it a preferred material for a number of applications and for different processing techniques.

Machining characteristics :

  • PTFE sheet is quite a soft engineering plastic and may be difficult to hold without damaging or crushing. Also because of its inherent low friction and resulting slipperiness, PTFE sheet can also make it difficult to work with and hold in place again while being machined. Another consideration is its tendency to produce strings of long swarf, which may wrap around any cutters or tooling.

Gluing and bonding :

  • Here again, the touted low friction and slipperiness of PTFE becomes a challenge. PTFE sheet must undergo surface preparation prior to bonding, normally by etching, using a solution of sodium and naphthalene in tetrahydrofuran. Adhesive manufacturers have developed proprietary primers which make it possible for the surface to be primed ready to accept an adhesive. Once the surface of the material is prepared, a number of adhesives can then be used including, epoxies, polyurethanes and acrylics. Companies such as Loctite and 3M have now developed a special acrylic based adhesive that can bond directly to PTFE without the need for preparation other than a preliminary wipe with a cleaning solvent.

Food applications suitability :

  • As we all are aware of PTFE is DuPonts Teflon lining for cookware which is famous worldwide.

PTFE Sheet has some unique characteristics :

  • PTFE is so slippery that it is known as the only known material that an animal called a gecko cannot stick!

Size range, colours, and availability :

  • PTFE sheet in white (natural) in colour and is available in thicknesses ranging fromSize :- 300MM X 300MM, 600MM X 600MM, 1 MTR X 1 MTR and

    Thickness :- 1.5MM TO 100.0MM

What is PTFE otherwise known as? :

  • It is sometimes referred to as Teflon (DuPont)


SKU : PTFE SHEET-77

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Thickness :- 1.5MM TO 100.0MM

Size :- 300MM X 300MM, 600MM X 600MM, 1 MTR X 1 MTR

What its used for :

  • Owing to its low friction, PTFE sheet is used for applications where sliding action of parts is needed such as plain bearings, slide plates, etc. In these applications, it performs significantly better than nylon and acetal and it is comparable to UHMWPE, although not as resistant to wear. Its extremely high bulk resistivity makes it an ideal material for fabricating long-life electrets, which are useful devices being the electrostatic analogues of magnets. In optical radiometry, sheets made from PTFE are used for measuring heads in spectroradiometers and broadband radiometers (e.g., luminance meters and UV radiometers) due to its capability to diffuse a transmitting light nearly perfectly. PTFE sheets have high corrosion resistance and used in laboratory environments as containers for materials such as fluoroantimonic acid.

How it performs :

  • Components made with PTFE sheets have an exceptional resistance to high as well as low temperatures, chemical reaction, corrosion, and stress-cracking. The electrical and low-friction properties of PTFE make it a preferred material for a number of applications and for different processing techniques.

Machining characteristics :

  • PTFE sheet is quite a soft engineering plastic and may be difficult to hold without damaging or crushing. Also because of its inherent low friction and resulting slipperiness, PTFE sheet can also make it difficult to work with and hold in place again while being machined. Another consideration is its tendency to produce strings of long swarf, which may wrap around any cutters or tooling.

Gluing and bonding :

  • Here again, the touted low friction and slipperiness of PTFE becomes a challenge. PTFE sheet must undergo surface preparation prior to bonding, normally by etching, using a solution of sodium and naphthalene in tetrahydrofuran. Adhesive manufacturers have developed proprietary primers which make it possible for the surface to be primed ready to accept an adhesive. Once the surface of the material is prepared, a number of adhesives can then be used including, epoxies, polyurethanes and acrylics. Companies such as Loctite and 3M have now developed a special acrylic based adhesive that can bond directly to PTFE without the need for preparation other than a preliminary wipe with a cleaning solvent.

Food applications suitability :

  • As we all are aware of PTFE is DuPonts Teflon lining for cookware which is famous worldwide.

PTFE Sheet has some unique characteristics :

  • PTFE is so slippery that it is known as the only known material that an animal called a gecko cannot stick!

Size range, colours, and availability :

  • PTFE sheet in white (natural) in colour and is available in thicknesses ranging fromSize :- 300MM X 300MM, 600MM X 600MM, 1 MTR X 1 MTR and

    Thickness :- 1.5MM TO 100.0MM

What is PTFE otherwise known as? :

  • It is sometimes referred to as Teflon (DuPont)


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