wholesale PTFE Tube White Ø 40*30 mm price

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PTFE (also known as Polymer) has the lowest co-efficient of friction of any solid material and is greatly effective operating at extreme temperatures. This tube also has a fantastic chemical resistance and excellent electrical insulation properties. However, PTFE tube can be difficult to bond, but it is non-melting and is also self-extinguishing. Our manufacturers make engineering plastics that are somewhat oversized in either diameter and/or thickness. This is provided to assist customers to produce very accurate items within the size shown and remove any minor surface imperfection.

PTFE Tubing comes in various configurations as well as custom designs. PTFE Tubing outperforms glass and graphite by its inherent superior chemical resistivity and low coefficient of friction, making it an ideal material for fluid transfers. PTFE Tubing can be used with virtually all industrial solvents, chemicals, and corrosive materials, and can be used in processes at elevated temperatures. It can be steam sterilized without effecting its physical properties, such as surface hardness, elongation, flex life or deformation under load. PTFE Tubing is normally translucent white in color, however, the degree of whiteness varies from lot to lot, and with dimensional wall thickness. Colored PTFE tubing is also available and is generally used to simplify tube routing during system installations. PTFE Tubing advantage:

  • Non-stick properties;
  • Temperature resistance up to 260º C (500º F);
  • Aging resistance;
  • Can be steam or chemically sterilized in-line;
  • Superior chemical resistivity and low coefficient of friction;

PTFE Tubing Applications:

  • Aerospace &Transportation Technology, Electronics, Components & Insulators, Chemical & Pharmaceutical Manufacturing, Food Processing, Environmental Sciences, Air Sampling, Fluid Transfer Devices and Water Processing Systems.

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