An Overview of the Application of Tige en PTFE

Owing to its wide application, Tige en PTFE is called “the king of plastics”. It is a kind of synthetic polymer material. The skeleton of PTFE is carbon atom. And the fluorine atom is evenly distribute around the carbon atom and forms the compact protective screen. Therefore, PTFE has the very excellent physical mechanical property. It can not only resist the strong acid, strong alkali and strong oxidant but also can bear high temperature. To some degree, its property surpasses the property of glass, ceramic, stainless steel and gold. Its working temperature ranges from-100 to 100 Celsius degrees.

Its working pressure is 10 MPa. What’s more, PTFE does not easily become age or is not easily burnt. The property of the water absorption is almost equal to zero. In the normal situation, the PTFE has no harm to people’s health, but in the course of production some raw materials are regard as the carcinogenic substance. With the invention of PTFE, it is of great significance for the industry, because it solves a lot of problems in the chemical sector, oil industry and pharmacy industry. It has been widely use as the main sealing material and filling material.

As a kind of sealing material, PTFE is apply by different ways. The good corrosion resistance, stable physical property and temperature endurance make contribute to its excellent sealability. As a result, it is very applicable in the following industries, such as oil, chemical, electric and steel. The applicable media are also in a wide range, including water, oil, acid liquid and other chemical liquid. PTFE gasket is one of the typical applications for the PTFE material. As its name implies, the so-call PTFE gasket is a kind of gasket which is make through cutting the PTFE rod, pipe or plate. The main material is PTFE and so this gasket naturally inherits all features of PTFE. It includes flat gasket, V-gasket, piston ring and ball valve gasket. The PTFE gasket is characterize by the following features, such as corrosion resistance, aging resistance and non-conductivity.

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