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Teflon™ PTFE (Polytetrafluoroethylene)
Properties & Information

PTFE  is a performance thermoplastic known for its chemical resistance, low coefficient of friction,
broad operating temperature range, & excellent dielectric properties.
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TEFLON™ TRADEMARK NOTICE
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Teflon™ is a trademark of THE CHEMOURS COMPANY FC, LLC used under license by
Applied Plastics Technology, Inc.


DuPont™ is a trademark of
E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Co.




 

Please call (800) 752-7082 or click on this email link info@ptfeparts.com
to request an electronic copy of:
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" Teflon™ PTFE Properties Handbook "

(PDF version, Published by E.I. du Pont de Nemours and Company, Jan. 2004)



We will be happy to discuss your application, and provide a copy of this guide pertaining to typical physical properties of Teflon™ PTFE.  This handbook includes mechanical, electrical, and thermal data useful for general design considerations and material selection.

Applied Plastics Technology, Inc. (APT) is specialized in PTFE Compression Molding and CNC Machining of made-to-order PTFE component parts. We also custom machine a variety of advanced engineering materials including Torlon PAI, PEEK, Ultem, Acetal and others.

Please call or email us if we can assist you with material recommendations and finished part quotations for your applications.


For more information on the CHEMOURS Teflon™ family of fluoropolymers:

Other Engineering Plastics Information:

Applied Plastics Technology, Inc. Dupont Teflon Certificate of License
Applied Plastics Technology, Inc.
45 Broad Common Road
PO Box 45
Bristol, RI 02809  USA
(800) 752-7082
(401) 253-0200, Fax: (401) 253-0474
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