Northeast Plastics

PTFE

Please call 215-637-2221 for price and availability.

Sheet

Length:

up to 96"

Width:

up to 48"
Thickness: .005"-4.5"

Rod

Length:

up to 72"

Diameter: .063"-6"

Tube

Length:

 up to 12"

Diameter: .25"-5"

For additional sizing, cut to size, machined parts, and 3 dimensional fabrication call today for a quote.

Product Overview

PTFE - High-Performance Mechanical Thermoplastic

Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) is a high-performance fluoropolymer with very high chemical resistance, a very low coefficient of friction, and the ability to withstand extreme temperatures ranging from -200°C to +260°C.  PTFE is also highly resistant to almost all corrosive chemicals, electrically insulating, and highly stable in almost every environment.

 

Features and Benefits:

  • Exceptional Wear Resistance: Perfect for high-stress applications, PTFE can handle wear with ease.
  • High Thermal Stability: Withstands extreme temperatures, maintaining its properties in harsh environments.
  • Chemical Resistance: Resistant to a wide range of chemicals, including acids and solvents, ensuring longevity and reliability.
  • Low Moisture Absorption: Performs consistently even in wet conditions, keeping its integrity intact.
  • Electrical Insulator: High grade electrical resistance performs well even at high voltages.

 

Applications:

  • Aerospace: Ideal for high-temperature and high-stress components.
  • Chemical Processing: Excellent chemical resistance allows for exposure to both acidic and alkali materials.
  • Automotive: Durable and heat-resistant, perfect for various automotive parts.
  • Electronics: Great for insulative and heat-resistant components.
  • Industrial Machinery: Robust and long-lasting, suitable for parts that need to withstand tough conditions.

 

At Northeast Plastics, we offer a selection of PTFE sheets in a variety of sizes and thicknesses to meet your specific needs. We also offer custom cutting and fabrication services to help you create the perfect product for your application.

Ready to upgrade your materials? Contact Northeast Plastics today to learn more about our PTFE offerings and how they can benefit your projects!