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What are fluoroplastics and why use them? Private

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By adding extra fillers to the mix, such as carbon, graphite, anti-static and ceramic, it is possible to boost these exceptional properties even further! Find out more about our Fluoroplastic Tubes.

Fluoroplastic applications

Typically, fluoroplastics do not melt, so they need to be processed using special tooling and techniques. But once this is done, there are many different industries that PTFE, FEP and PFA can be used into great effect.

Being able to function in extremely high temperatures and non-corrosive to all acids, fluoropolymers are often used to make gaskets, vessel linings, pump interiors, washers, rings, seals, spacers, dip tubes and well-drilling components.

Fluoroplastic Films are well used in heated processes within manufacturing and laboratory test environments. In electrics, they are used as excellent insulators for wire and cable wrapping. Being inert, they can be used for chip manufacturing and encapsulating heaters.

Their non-toxic, completely smooth surface means that they are also often used in the medical and pharmaceutical, food and drink, and cosmetics industries, as microbes just cannot gain a foothold.

Silicone Rubber comes in a variety of forms, adhesives, sealants, moulding rubbers for reproduction, encapsulants and potting compounds for electronics and coatings.

Silicone polymers are usually flowable liquids which are cured to form a flexible silicone elastomer or rubber. Additives provide additional characteristics such as adhesion, colour, thermal conductivity to mention a few. Silicone rubber is especially resistant to high temperatures and attack from moisture or chemicals.

As silicone sealants they are widely used in the construction industry with excellent adhesion to glass and ceramics and plastics.

In electronics they are used as adhesives, encapsulants and coatings providing high temperature resistance and being increasingly used for thermal transfer in high power or heat generating applications.

What is Viton?

Viton Rubber is a brand name of DuPont for its synthetic rubber and fluoropolymer elastomer, commonly used in O-rings and other molded or extruded products. This family of elastomers comprises copolymers of terpolymers of tetrafluoroethylene (TFE),

Silicone Sponge Products have swept into kitchens but what’s so great about them and should you buy a silicone sponge?Closed cell EPDM Sponge Products offer great ozone resistance and stand up well to adverse weather conditions. However, it is vulnerable to certain fuels and oils and may fall short of UL flame ratings unless a suitable additive is added to improve its flame-retardant qualities.
Closed cell silicone sponge rubber is stable at both high and low-temperature extremes. It’s characteristically less flame-resistant than many other closed cell sponge rubbers but does offer excellent sunlight and ozone degradation resistance.

Neoprene Sponge Products are designed to be more flame resistant than many of their counterparts. It can withstand intermittent exposure to temperatures of up to approximately 90°C, and with careful compound manipulation can resist light oil contact, acids, alkalis, and ozone damage.

Plastic tubing is a form of tubing that is manufactured from a mixture of a polymer with a variety of chemicals to form a material that can be solid or flexible. Since its first use in the 1950‘s, Plastic Tube has revolutionized industrial processes and has found a use in a wide variety of applications.

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