350 PTFE

Polytetrafluroethylene (PTFE) is a high molecular weight polymer, one of the most versatile plastic materials known and useful for a large range of products for applications excluded to other materials…


The most outstanding characteristics are:

  • high heat resistance
  • high resistance to chemical agents and solvents
  • high anti adhesiveness
  • high dielectric properties
  • low friction coefficient
  • non-toxicity


PTFE is generally considered a thermoplastic polymer; at 327°C it retains a very high viscosity, thus requiring particular transformation techniques for manufacturing of finished and semi-finished goods.


PTFE can be used in a temperature range from -200°C to +260°C.




Thermal Insulation

Thermal Insulation is normally requested for two reasons; firstly when electrical insulation is required to work in high temperature ranges, secondly when there is need to prevent the loss of heat from a system


Electrical Insulation

Electrical insulation is chosen for its ability to resist the flow of electricity, nonconductive, it can be supplied in flexible thin films, thicker flexible laminates or rigid laminates and can be offered to suit various temperature ranges.