Products made with DuPont™ Teflon® fluoroplastic resins have exceptional resistance to high temperatures, chemical reaction, corrosion, and stress-cracking. The mechanical toughness, electrical, and low-friction properties of Teflon® make it the preferred plastic for a host of applications and different processing techniques.
Teflon® PTFE Fluoroplastic Resin Aqueous Dispersions
DuPont Teflon® PTFE (polytetrafluoroethylene) aqueous dispersions are milky white dispersions of PTFE particles in water, stabilized by wetting agents. They can be further formulated to meet specific needs by adding other solid or liquid ingredients. These aqueous dispersions offer a practical method for PTFE coating or impregnating, using a resin that does not respond to traditional solvent or melt-processing techniques.
Teflon® PTFE Fluoroplastic Resin for Lubricated Paste Extrusion
Available in white powder, often called "fine powder," these fluoropolymer resins are uniquely capable of being sheared by lubricated paste extrusion into a coherent fibrous matrix with useful structural integrity. Teflon® PTFE (polytetrafluoro- ethylene) fine powders provide a practical method for producing long lengths of product from a resin that cannot be melt-extruded.
Teflon® PTFE Fluoroplastic Resin Granular Molding Powders
Teflon® PTFE (polytetrafluoroethylene) granular molding powders are ideal for molding many different products and stock shapes, such as rods, tubes, and sheets. Products fabricated from Teflon® PTFE stock shapes are unaffected by nearly all chemicals and feature superior electrical properties. These products, some of which are rated for continuous service at 260°C (500°F), also provide exceptional low-temperature toughness, plus unique adhesion and flame resistance.