PTFE films for the industryJohn Moot
PTFE is a material with an impressive combination of properties. The PTFE film is thermally very durable and can be used at temperatures between -200 and +250 °C. It is easy to clean and can be sterilized with commercially available agents.
In our machining department we produce CNC milled parts and CNC turned parts from this material. In our stamping department, we manufacture flat gaskets for use in the chemical industry, vehicle and machine construction and in the food industry. Flat gaskets are used as flange gaskets, for gaskets in valves and shafts and as roof gaskets on buildings. PTFE film is also used as slot insulation and slot closure in the construction of electric motors.
Overview PTFE foils:
- PTFE film, virgin, in full width or cut to size
Our product range includes PTFE foils as roll goods in thicknesses of 0.05 – 2 mm. The standard width is 1,200 mm, but we are also happy to offer you corresponding tapes, punched parts, cut-to-size and special sizes
- PTFE film, etched on one side, pretreated for bonding
A one-sided etching of the PTFE film is required for the bonding of the material.
- PTFE film type SK, one-sided self-adhesive with silicone adhesive
We also supply PTFE films with a one-sided adhesive layer. This is available in thicknesses of 0.13, 0.25 and 0.50 mm. These are rolls with a standard width of 1,000 mm. We are happy to offer tapes, punched parts, cuttings and special sizes according to customer requirements.
- PTFE-coated glass fabric films in full width on rolls, as cut-to-size pieces or made up into conveyor belts.
The PTFE foils consist of a PTFE-coated fabric belt made of glass fibres. We supply these PTFE foils in various thicknesses and types between 0.08 and 0.25 mm. Special types of the foils are also available, for example in antistatic or self-adhesive design. From these, we are happy to offer tapes, punched parts, cut-to-size parts and special sizes according to customer requirements.
- PTFE laminates
We manufacture laminates from PTFE and other films and sheet materials, which then have special property profiles.