Introduction of PTFE
Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) is a high-performance synthetic fluoropolymer known for its exceptional chemical resistance, non-stick properties, and wide temperature range stability. PTFE is a type of plastic with remarkable characteristics that make it suitable for a variety of industrial, commercial, and consumer applications. It is commonly recognized by the brand name “Teflon,” which is often used to refer to PTFE coatings and materials.
PTFE stands for Polytetrafluoroethylene, a synthetic fluoropolymer known for its non-stick, chemical resistance, and high-temperature capabilities.
Shrinkage Rate (%)
Tensile Strength at Yield (MPa)
20 – 30
Elongation at Break (%)
200 – 400
Flexural Modulus (GPa)
0.4 – 0.7
Flexural Strength (MPa)
15 – 25
Drying Temperature (°C)
Drying Time (hrs)
Melt Temperature (°C)
Mold Temperature (°C)
Ambient or 60-90
Please note that PTFE does not exhibit significant shrinkage during molding, which is why the shrinkage rate is listed as “N/A.” Additionally, PTFE does not require drying prior to processing.
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