Glass fabric coated with Teflon (PTFE) with extraordinary physical - mechanical properties, especially thermal resistance. Teflon fabrics are used in many manufacturing industries.

Teflon Materials

We offer teflon:Teflon

  • in rolls with a width of 100 cm,
  • cut-to-size elements or tapes (self-adhesive or non-adhesive version) or as conveyer belts.

Benefits of Teflon Coated Glass Materials:

  • considerable resistance with high and low temperatures (-200°C to 260°C),
  • highly anti-adhesive surface,
  • very low coefficient of sliding friction,
  • chemical resistance,
  • resistance to fungus and mildew,
  • non-toxic,
  • high tensile strength and dimensional stability, dielectric strength,
  • minimum thermal stretchability,
  • non-conductivity,
  • microwave and ultrasonic permeability

Basic types of Teflon materials

Non-Adhesive Design: Self-Adhesive Design:
Dimension (thickness x width) Designation Dimension (thickness x width) Designation
0,080mm x 1000mm A 108-03 0,080mm x 1000mm AP108-03
0,109mm x 1000mm A 116-05 0,109mm x 1000mm AP116-05
0,209mm x 1000mm A 128-10 0,209mm x 1000mm AP128-10
0,118mm x 1000mm AA116-06

Teflon Coated Material Applications in Various Industries

  • packaging (e.g. shrink wrapping processes and blister packaging processes, bag sealing, shrink tunnel conveyor belts, shrink tunnel curtains - heat loss minimization)
  • textile (e.g. fabric melting; yarn drying; dyeing processes; conveyor belts for drying natural, synthetic, woven, non-woven, and knitted fabrics; heat-bonded non-woven fabrics; laminated upholstery; garment smoothing and finishing; covers for drying cylinders; conveyor belts for non-woven padding manufacture; printing; drying processes; vulcanising ovens; and pressing and ironing)
  • Food (e.g. drying; baking and toasting; conveyor systems; freezing of fish, poultry, and vegetables; baking trays; baking and cooling biscuits and confectionery)
  • chemical (e.g. drying pharmaceutical products and dyestuffs, membranes, aggressive filtrations, protective curtains for machinery)
  • electronics (e.g. cable and wire insulation and reinforcement)
  • printing (e.g. drying fabrics and films of various products; conveyor belts for drying paper, metal, cardboard, and textile with ink and varnish applications)
  • manufacturing plywood sheets (e.g. floor covering, conveyor belts for casting and curing PVC backed carpet tiles, compressing rubber backed mats, and bituminous part cooling)
  • polymer processing (e.g. curing; production of PU, PE and PVC; and manufacture of recyclable plastic sheeting).

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