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PTFE can be etched with a sodium ammonia or sodium naphthalene etch so that its surface is chemically modified for adhesion to various substrates using ordinary commercial grade epoxies. When etched for bonding, PTFE can be used as chute liners, vessel linings, and glued to processing surfaces to make a non-stick, low coefficient of friction unit. It is important to use the correct temperature epoxy. The epoxy’s heat resistance must be matched to the application environment. If low temperature epoxy is used in a high temperature application, the epoxy will fail and the PTFE will separate from the substrate. Fluoro-Plastics is one of the few companies in the United States which actually stocks bondable PTFE sheets and rolls in standard thicknesses. Also, Fluoro-Plastics offers etching services on all thicknesses of PTFE.

Teflon® Teflon is a registered trademark of Chemours LLC used under license by Fluoro-Plastics. Only Chemours makes Teflon.®.


Highly compressible sponge like material is perfectly suited for gasketing. Seals against smooth, rough, and damaged flanges without adhering. Ideal for glass-lined systems and flanges. Low friction, nonflammable material resists chemicals and moisture, and is chemically inert. It has all of the performance characteristics of PTFE because it is PTFE. Operating temperature is from minus 320 deg. F to 500 deg. F. Melting point is 621 deg. F. Average pore size is 50 microns; 55% voids. Not pressure rated. Compressible PTFE comes in sheets or rolls. Standard sizes are square foot increments, but long rolls are available. Interim slit widths are also available. This material can be etched for bonding.

Teflon® is a registered trademark of Chemours LLC used under license by Fluoro-Plastics. Only Chemours makes TEFLON®.


Surf Technologies is the world leader in the design and manufacture of custom profiles, from special configuration slides for copiers, to continuous tadpole gasketing, to wiper blades and special molds for vulcanizing rubber into inflatable weather stripping (a substitute for an aluminum mold). PTFE profiles work where other materials fail: PTFE’s high permeation resistance, low creep, smooth surface and high voltage dielectric properties are ideal for many unique applications requiring the range of performance characteristics only PTFE offers. For example, Surf Technologies has extruded wiper blade profiles, retrofitted insulating profiles in high voltage applications, made slide rails for copiers and we developed and produced many other unusual configurations. If you require a special PTFE configuration, let Surf Technologies machine a prototype to fine tune the configuration, then build an extrusion die for production quantities or application lengths. Protective and confidential agreements are honored.

Teflon® is a registered trademark of Chemours LLC used under license by Fluoro-Plastics. Only Chemours makes TEFLON®.


Rod is available in virgin PTFE, reprocessed PTFE and 15% glass filled PTFE. Surf Technologies extrudes rod in all standard sizes from 1/8th inch diameter up to 2 inches in diameter. Rod is inventoried in twelve foot lengths so it can be cut into six foot lengths (UPS shipping) or less, as ordered. PTFE rod is generally used as machining stock for all kinds of chemical, electrical and mechanical components where the outstanding performance characteristics of PTFE are required. Various fillers are available to modify the properties of PTFE to meet application requirements. Fluoro-Plastics stocks huge inventories so that same day shipment of most standard sizes is available. Conforms to ASTM D 1710 and MIL-P 19468.

Teflon® is a registered trademark of Chemours LLC used under license by Fluoro-Plastics. Only Chemours makes TEFLON®.


Surf Technologies is a leader in the manufacture of heavy walled PTFE tube, both in standard inch sizes and in AWG sizes. Tube is used in fluid handling applications for high temperature acids and caustics or where contamination is an issue, such as in wire braided hose. In applications where PTFE's excellent insulating properties are needed heavy walled tube is the shape of choice, e.g. in spark plugs for stationary generators, coaxial spacers, connectors,. Because drilling a precise hole in longer PTFE lengths is impossible, extruded tube is the best way to insure uniform wall thickness throughout the length of the tube. Various fillers are available to modify the properties of PTFE to meet application requirements. Meets ASTM 1710-08

Teflon® is a registered trademark of Chemours LLC used under license by Fluoro-Plastics. Only Chemours makes TEFLON®.


Fluoro-Plastics/Surf Technologies stocks standard guide rail shapes: cover bar, chain guide, snap-ons, half rounds, and j legs in various sizes for applications where temperatures exceed 180 deg. F. All shapes are extruded from granular PTFE, which is the toughest kind of PTFE and is ideal in conveyancing systems to quickly and easily move products and materials with no breakage, reduced chatter and noise and little downtime on the line. Virgin PTFE is FDA approved. It is non-stick, has zero water absorption, withstands corrosives, is non-aging, easy to cut, machine and install, and has good flexibility and a long service life. PTFE guide rails and wear strips will operate in the harshest chemical environments and in temperatures from -350 deg. F to over 500 deg. F, making them ideal for food processing, sterilization applications, chemical processing industries, cosmetics industry and many other high-tech industries where products have to travel over or along metal rails through harsh environments at high temperatures. PTFE guide rails and wear strips will provide thousands of hours of continuous, economical service where all of the melt-processible plastics fail. Standard lengths are 5 feet and 10 feet, but non-standard lengths are available. Fluoro-Plastics stocks an extensive array of rectangular bar sizes for use as a slide surface in ways and slots.

Teflon® is a registered trademark of Chemours LLC used under license by Fluoro-Plastics. Only Chemours makes TEFLON®.


Because of its unique molecular structure, granular PTFE does not melt. It cannot be molded into complex forms like other plastics. However, it is easily machined on all standard equipment, including the most advanced CNC machining equipment. PTFE can be cut, bored, milled and turned using standard tooling. Normally PTFE is machined to tolerances of about plus or minus .005 inches. While closer tolerances are occasionally required, they usually are not necessary. PTFE is very resilient which allows machined parts to conform to most working dimensions. A part can sometimes be press-fitted at lower cost than doing final machining to exact size. When closer tolerances are required, it is essential to use stress-relieved products. Fluoro-Plastics offers complete annealing services to industry standards for all stock shapes we manufacture. Tolerances of plus or minus .001 inches can be held with Fluoro-Plastics shapes that have been properly annealed at our factories. Fluoro-Plastics has a complete machine shop to turn out finished parts from prototypes up to production quantities. Fluoro-Plastics has been fabricating and machining PTFE for over 50 years. Call Fluoro-Plastics with any design questions or send is a drawing by fax or e-mail and let our experience work for you. See ASTM D 3297 for machining specifications.

Teflon® is a registered trademark of Chemours LLC used under license by Fluoro-Plastics. Only Chemours makes TEFLON®.


Fluoro-Plastics offers modified PTFE basic shapes and machined parts. The new material offer engineering products with higher permeation resistance, lower creep, smoother surfaces and better high-voltage dielectric properties. Modified PTFE has the same performance characteristics of standard PTFE, viz. exceptional chemical resistance, high and low temperature capabilities, anti-stick performance and low friction.

Compared to standard PTFE modified PTFE displays remarkably enhanced performance characteristics. For example, the tensile strength and elongation of ordinary PTFE is 1500-2000 psi and 100-200%, whereas modified PTFE’s tensile strength is 4500 psi and its elongation at break is 500%. However, high voltage dielectric strength is where modified PTFE stands out: it is rated at 5200 volts per mil (at 1 mil), whereas standard PTFE is rated at only 500 volts per mil. In thicker sections the high voltage dielectric strength decreases, but not dramatically; Fluoro-Plastics offers modified PTFE which has been tested in 2.2, 3, 5, 8 and 10 mil thickness. The high voltage dielectric strength varied from slightly over 3,000 volts per mil at 2.2 mils to slightly over 2,000 volts per mil at 10 mils.

Also, parts and shapes made of modified PTFE can be assembled by heat welding and shaped by thermoforming. They can be joined without adhesives using moderate pressure in an oven, developing bonds with strength approaching that of the parts themselves. Welded sections can be subsequently thermoformed with no significant loss of strength. One of the simplest, most economical applications for modified PTFE is to make rectangular bags. A thin sheet can be folded over itself and heat sealed along two or three sides to make a bag for storing liquids and materials which must be protected from potential contaminants, e.g. in environmental or pharmaceutical sampling applications.

Fluoro-Plastics offers modified PTFE in skived sheets and rolls from one mil thick up to .125 inches thick, up to 48 inches wide, or slit to order. All rolls are packaged on a three inch cardboard core, or a three inch PVC core, to customer request.

Teflon® is a registered trademark of Chemours LLC used under license by Fluoro-Plastics. Only Chemours makes TEFLON®.


Molded plate is available in thicknesses from 3/8ths of an inch up to four inches. Plate is inventoried in sizes from one-foot square to four feet square (sixteen square feet per sheet). Thickness tolerances range from plus .038" to minus .019" for 3/8th” plate, up to plus .087", minus .043" for one-inch plate. Fluoro-Plastics will build special size molds for production quantities of non-standard dimensional plate. Unless otherwise specified, the edges are not trimmed and all plate is oversized so that blanks can be cut without significant kerf waste. All material is white. Plate is ideal for cutting into bIanks for machining into smaller parts. All material conforms to ASTM D3294 and MIL-P22241.

Teflon® is a registered trademark of Chemours LLC used under license by Fluoro-Plastics. Only Chemours makes TEFLON®.


Skived sheet can be made in any thickness from 15 mils up to .250 inches. Fluoro-Plastics technology makes it possible to make in-between sizes. Thickness tolerances range from .0005 for sizes from .002" thick to .005" thick up to .003" tolerance for material that is over .060" thick. Skived sheet is ideal as a slide surface, for chute liners, other kinds of liners, or for cutting or stamping into gaskets (asbestos substitute) and diaphragms, including complex stamped gasket configurations. It comes in sheets from 60 inches by 60 inches square to rolls 60 inches wide. Standard sizes are 48 inches square, twelve inches square, twenty-four inches square, thirty-six inches square, and rolls one, two, three and four feet wide are available for clicker press fabricators. Material may be ordered in long lengths as individual sheets. The material can be wound on a three inch cardboard or PVC core: All interim thickness sizes are available on special order, and rolls may be silt to interim widths. All material conforms to ASTM D3308. Material is white. The material may be ordered etched for bonding on one or both sides for an additional charge (both Sodium Ammonia and Sodium Naphthalene etching are offered).

Teflon® is a registered trademark of Chemours LLC used under license by Fluoro-Plastics. Only Chemours makes TEFLON®.


Film is available in thicknesses from one mil up to 20 mils. Because Fluoro-Plastics uses the most modern skiving technology, interim thicknesses are available. Film comes in rolls packaged on a three-inch cardboard core or PVC core from less than one inch wide up to 60 inches wide. Thin film is widely used in the wire and cable industry as wrap due to its extraordinary insulating ability. Some specialty PTFE resins can be made into thin film with a breakdown voltage exceeding 2000 volts per mil. Thin film is also found in capacitors because of its excellent dielectric properties. In addition, thin film can be used in applications where contamination is an issue, e.g. in many pharmaceutical and food processing applications. This product conforms to ASTM D 3308.

Teflon® is a registered trademark of Chemours LLC used under license by Fluoro-Plastics. Only Chemours makes TEFLON®.


Various fillers can be added to PTFE to enhance certain characteristics, e.g. Glass fiber (high wear resistance, good electrical, low friction), graphite (low friction, excellent chemical resistance, high creep resistance), carbon fiber (high wear resistance, high load resistance, high bend resistance), glass fiber and Molybdenum Disulfide (high wear resistance, low friction, high creep resistance), Bronze (high wear resistance, heat dissipation). In some industries filled PTFE has become the standard, such as the bearing pad industry, where various percentages of glass fiber are added to the base PTFE resin to create an extremely tough, weatherproof, interface material which can be cut or stamped into configurations to match the dimensions of the opposing surfaces. Fluoro-Plastics has been producing compounded PTFE products and shapes since compounding was invented. Tell us about your application problem and let Fluoro-Plastics' half century of experience work for you. Conforms to ASTM D 4745.

Teflon® is a registered trademark of Chemours LLC used under license by Fluoro-Plastics. Only Chemours makes TEFLON®.

Molded Cylinders

Cylinders, both solid and tube (from 3”OD up to !0”OD by 3” ID)

Easily machined
Can be made with various fillers to enhance properties, e.g. glass fiber for hardness and low deformation under load, carbon for hardness, graphite for wear,
molybdenum disulfide for lubricity, bronze for wear on metal mating surfaces, stainless steel for hardness, PPS for hardness and low deformation under load, polyimide for wear on soft metal mating surfaces, mineral fill for hardness in FDA compliant applications.
Virgin PTFE has excellent chemical resistant to all harsh acids and caustics
Virgin PTFE is FDA Compliant/USP Class VI certified
Continuous service temperature to 500 deg F, intermittent to 550F
Indefinite shelf life
Virgin PTFE is Slippery/non-stick
Can be etched for bonding to other materials
Meets ASTM D 3294
Made in America for DOD and military procurement preference
Uses and industries: • Machined into parts for industrial equipment
• Oil and gas
• Aerospace
• Automotive
• Food Processing
• Pharmaceutical
• Water filtration/purification
• Environmental Protection


Fluoro-Plastics offers virgin PTFE square bar in 1/8th inch up to one-inch square sizes (see the grid for intermediate sizes). Bars come in ten-foot lengths standard and will be cut to five feet for UPS shipment if requested. Tolerances for 1/8th inch to 3/8ths inch are +.032/-.000. Tolerance on ½ inch square to one inch square is +.060/-.000. Square bar easily fits into compatible grooves, slots, and ways without additional machining. Smaller sizes will bend (within limits) to conform to bends in the fitting groove or slot. Made of unfilled virgin PTFE square bar is inert, frictionless, and non-reactive and works in applications from -350F to +500F. Different lengths are available on special order.


High Temperature Gaskets to 500 deg F
Extreme Chemical resistance to all harsh acids and caustics
ANSI Full Face and Ring gaskets from half inch pipe size to twelve inch pipe size
1/8 and 1/16 inch thick Gaskets; 150 pound and 300 pound gaskets
Pure Virgin PTFE and filled PTFE (25% glass, glass bead, barium sulfate) available
Compressible PTFE available for scored flanges
Teflon is a registered trademark of Chemours LLC used under license by Fluoro-Plastics. Only Chemours makes Teflon.
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