The protagonist we are going to introduce today is ptfe bubble point film. It is a film with microporous structure formed from polytetrafluoroethylene dispersion resin after biaxial stretching. Let’s learn more about it in detail below. one time.
Polytetrafluoroethylene is the main force of corrosion-resistant materials on the market. With its excellent corrosion resistance, it has become the main corrosion-resistant material in petroleum, chemical, textile and other industries. Its specific applications include: transporting corrosive gases. Transportation pipes, exhaust pipes, steam pipes, high-pressure oil pipes, aircraft hydraulic systems and low-pressure pipes, distillation towers, heat exchangers, linings of kettles, towers, tanks, valves and other chemical equipment.
PTFE bubble point film is widely used in food, military industry, light industry, oil fields, aerospace and other fields. It is an excellent material for manufacturing capacitors, electrical instrument insulation, sealing gaskets and other products.
Polytetrafluoroethylene is a polymer compound of tetrafluoroethylene. It is one of the materials with the best corrosion resistance in the world today. Except for a few chemicals such as chlorine trifluoride and liquid chlorine, it can withstand all other chemical reactions. It is insoluble in strong acid, strong alkali and organic solution, and does not change in boiling nitrohydrochloric acid.
The temperature resistance range is -195℃～250℃, and the long-term use temperature is -100℃～250℃.
The ptfe bubble point film produced by the manufacturer uses imported raw materials, has a full set of advanced production equipment, an advanced clean room and an independent composite slitting workshop to ensure the production quality of ptfe film; it adopts American Imported production and testing instruments are used to test the quality of PTFE film, and have also passed international SGS testing and certification, as well as ISI testing and certification.
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