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PTFE Tubing

PTFE Tubing

  • PTFE Sleeves/Tubing

    PTFE Sleeves/Tubing

    PTFE (Polytetrafluoroethylene)   The combination of chemical and physical properties of PTFE is a consequence of its true fluorocarbon structure.  This unusual structure leads to a material which has an almost universal chemical inertness; complete insolubility in all known solvents bel...
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  • PTFE Polymer Hybrid Flex Hose specifications

    PTFE Polymer Hybrid Flex Hose specifications

    The most useful characteristic of polymer is chemical resistance. It also excels in water repellency, non-tackiness, low friction and electrical insulating properties. Utilizing the features of polymer, we have developed Hybridflex and PTFE hoses. Hybridflex is a flexible hose consisting of two ...
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  • PTFE insulating material lined tube

    PTFE insulating material lined tube

    With high quality PTFE resin as raw material, the products are extruded and sintered with high temperature.  Because of its high temperature resistance, low temperature resistance, corrosion resistance, high lubricating property, no toxicity and electrical insulation it is widely used in mec...
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  • PTFE Convoluted Tubing

    PTFE Convoluted Tubing

    PTFE convoluted tubing is produced using a modified grade of standard PTFE offering the advantage of excellent flex-life performance compared to most other fluoropolymers together with greatly improved stress crack resistance. Containing fewer pinhole voids than standard material, PTFE convolute...
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  • Plastic-lined Piping

    Plastic-lined Piping

    Metallic pipe is strong, easy to work with and inexpensive, but even mildly corrosive fluids can rapidly eat away at it, from the inside out, severely limiting it’s lifespan. Nonmetallic piping, fiberglass and thermoplastics, does not have the physical strength of metallic piping, but has e...
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  • Plastic Liner Materials

    Plastic Liner Materials

    Liner Materials:PTFE (Polytetrafluoroethylene),PFA (Perfluoroalkoxy),ETFE (Tefzel®, ethylene tetrafluoroethylene),PVDF (Polyvinylidene Fluoride),PP (Polypropylene)… PTFE (Polytetrafluoroethylene) PTFE, the most commonly used fluoropolymer, has excellent hightemperature corrosion resistance...
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