PTFE Material Plastic Part





Low friction coefficient, excellent electrical insulation properties, and resistance to weathering and UV radiation.


Limited load-bearing capabilities and can be prone to creep under sustained loads.

Common Application

Non-stick coatings for cookware, electrical insulation, gaskets, seals, bearings, and medical implants.

Properties at a Glance

*Pease note: The following material properties are for reference only. Actual values may vary depending on the selected material brand.
Property Metric English
Density 2.1 - 2.3 g/cm³ 131 - 144 lb/ft³
Shore Hardness D 55-65 55-65
Min Temp. Air -200°C -328°F
Max Temp. Air 260~300°C 500~572°F
Flammabilitiy, UL94 V-O V-O
Elongation at Break 150-350% 150-350%

Chemical Properties

  • Excellent resistance to many chemicals, including solvents, fuels, and oils.
  • High resistance to hydrolysis.
  • Good resistance to acids and bases.
  • Limited resistance to strong acids and oxidizing agents.

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Yes, PTFE material is recyclable, but the process is challenging due to its inert nature and high melting point. Full recycling of PTFE without compromising its properties remains a significant technical challenge in the industry.
Yes, PTFE can be used in high-temperature applications due to its exceptional thermal stability. It can withstand temperatures ranging from -200°C to 260°C (-328°F to 500°F) continuously and even higher temperatures for short durations without significant degradation.
Yes, PTFE is considered safe for food contact. It is inert and non-toxic, meaning it does not react with food or release harmful chemicals when in contact with food. However, it's important to note that PTFE should not be heated above its recommended temperature range during food processing to avoid potential health risks associated with overheating.