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glassfilled-ptfe

GLASS-FILLED COMPOUNDED PTFE AND TEFLON ®

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  • Most widely used filler in various percentages (5%, 10%, 15% and 25%)
  • Improves creep resistance, both at low and high temperatures
  • Chemically stable (except for strong alkalis and hydrofluoric acid (HF)
  • Little effect on the electrical properties of PTFE, and improves wear and friction behavior
  • Compare to Rulon AR*

    SPECIFICATIONS

  • amorphous-ptfe

    AMORPHOUS CARBON-FILLED ANTI-STATIC PTFE


  • Anti-Static PTFE - Amorphous Carbon powder additive
  • Increased hardness
  • Increased thermal conductivity
  • Adds to creep resistance
  • Excellent wear properties when combined with graphite; carbon/graphite compounds preferred for non-lubricated piston rings
  • Softer carbon additive lowers tool wear during machining, allowing machining to closer tolerances
  • Carbon containing compounds have some electrical conductivity and are therefore anti-static

    SPECIFICATIONS

    • From .010” thick to .250” thick
    • From ½” wide to 48” wide
    • Plate to 1” thick 48 inches square
    • Cylinders to 7” OD and 12” long ...
  • carbonfilled-ptfe

    CARBON FIBER-FILLED PTFE


  • Lower deformation under load
  • Higher compressive and flex modulus and increased hardness
  • Chemically inert–can be used in strong alkali and in HF, where glass reinforced compounds fail
  • Good initial wear and rubbing or sliding characteristics in both dry and water applications
  • Frequently used in piston rings to reduce cylinder wall wear

    SPECIFICATIONS

    • From .010” thick to .250” thick
    • From ½” wide to 48” wide
    • Plate to 1” thick 48 inches square
    • Cylinders to 7” OD and 12” long
    • Rod
    • Material Type; reforcement filler plus PTFE: 5% carbon fiber; 95% PTFE
    • Max. PV ...
  • graphite-ptfe

    GRAPHITE-FILLED PTFE


  • Crystalline modification of high purity carbon
  • Excellent wear properties, particularly against soft metals
  • High load-carrying capability in high speed contact applications
  • Chemically inert
  • Frequently used with other filler, e.g. carbon

    SPECIFICATIONS
    • From .010” thick to .250” thick
    • From ½” wide to 48” wide
    • Plate to 2.5” thick 48 inches square
    • Cylinders to 7” OD and 12” long
    • Rod
    • Material Type; reforcement filler plus PTFE: 5% graphite; 95% PTFE
    • Max. PV (psi-fpm); Mpa-m/s: 10,000; 0.35
    • Operating Temp.: minus 350F - plus 500F ...
  • bronze-ptfe

    BRONZE-FILLED PTFE


    • High percentage of bronze powder (40-60%) yields high thermal conductivity and better creep resistance
    • Often used in hydraulic systems, particularly superb as linear bearings, e.g. slides, gibs, guide ways
    • Not suited for electrical applications
    • Bronze is attacked by certain chemicals
    • Compare this product to Rulon 142*

      SPECIFICATIONS

      • From .030” thick to .250” thick
      • From ½” wide to 8.5” wide
      • Material Type; reforcement filler plus PTFE: 40%-60% Bronze powder; 60%-40% PTFE
      • Max. PV (psi-fpm); ...
    glassmolly-ptfe

    GLASS-MOLY-FILLED PTFE


  • Adds to hardness and stiffness
  • Reduces friction, especially starting coefficient of friction and steady-state wear
  • Effect on electrical properties is negligible
  • Unreactive chemically, and dissolves only in strong oxidizing acids

    SPECIFICATIONS
    • From .010” thick to .250” thick
    • From ½” wide to 12” wide
    • Plate to 2.5” thick 48 inches square
    • Cylinders to 7” OD and 12” long
    • Material Type; reforcement filler plus PTFE: 10-15% Glass fiber; 5% Molybdenum DiSulfide and 80-85% PTFE
    • Max. PV (psi-fpm); Mpa-m/s: 10,000; 0.35
    • Operating Temp.: minus ...
  • ptfe

    MINERAL-FILLED PTFE


  • PTFE with FDA compliant filler
  • For food processing and pharmaceutical bearing applications
  • Compatible with a wide variety of mating surfaces, both soft (e.g. mild steel) and harder surfaces
  • Compare this product to Rulon 641*

    SPECIFICATIONS

    • From .020” thick to .125” thick
    • From ½” wide to 12” wide
    • Material Type; reforcement filler plus PTFE: 15% Mineral Fill and 85% PTFE
    • Max. PV (psi-fpm); Mpa-m/s: 10,000; 0.35
    • FDA Compliant: YES
    • Operating Temp.: minus 350F - plus 500F ...
  • polymidl-ptfe

    POLYIMIDE-FILLED PTFE


  • Low Friction
  • Extremely low wear
  • Increased hardness
  • Operates well against soft mating surfaces like aluminum, mild steel, brass and plastics
  • Ideal for stop-start applications to eliminate stick-slip
  • Compare this product to Rulon J* 

    SPECIFICATIONS

    • From .020” thick to .125” thick
    • From ½” wide to 12” wide
    • Material Type; reforcement filler plus PTFE: 15% Polyimide and 85% PTFE
    • Max. PV (psi-fpm); Mpa-m/s: 7500; 0.26
    • Operating Temp.: minus 350F - plus 500F ...
  • stainlesssteel-ptfe

    STAINLESS STEEL-FILLED PTFE


  • Extremely stiff and hard
  • High loading percentage (50% generally)
  • Available in molded sheet only

    SPECIFICATIONS
    • From .020” thick to .250” thick
    • From ½” wide to 12” wide
    • Plate to 1.5” thick 24 inches square
    • Cylinders to 7” OD and 12” long
    • Material Type; reforcement filler plus PTFE: 55% Stainless Steel; 45% PTFE
    • Operating Temp.: minus 350F - plus 500F
    • Attribute/Properties: Very hard, very stiff
     
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