PTFE rubber joints are widely used in connection with pumps and valves, pipelines with large vibration, pipelines with strong acid and alkali resistance with frequent changes in heat and cold.
High elasticity, high elongation, excellent tear resistance and electrical insulation, good wear resistance and drought resistance, good processability, easy adhesion to other materials, and superior to most synthetic rubber in comprehensive performance
Because PTFE has high temperature resistance, corrosion resistance, non-stickiness, self-lubrication, excellent dielectric properties and very low friction coefficient. Generally used in pipelines, containers and pumps with high performance requirements. Fluorine lining is mainly used in strong corrosion conditions. PTFE is used to prevent medium from corroding rubber joints and pipes where rubber joints and strong corrosion contacts occur. PTFE is a synthetic fluorine-containing polymer, which has many applications due to its non-stickiness and resistance to certain chemicals.
PTFE rubber expansion joints have unique thermal stability, non-sticky surfaces, very low friction coefficient and resistance to almost all corrosive fluids and chemical erosion forms. When other materials are not suitable, use PTFE lining expansion joint. They are designed for environmentally corrosive applications and are commonly used in chemical plants and water treatment plants.
PTFE expansion joints are widely used in paper mills, chemical factories and other pipeline applications for treating acid and highly corrosive chemicals.PTFE expansion joints we manufacture are used to transport chemicals, strong acids, corrosives or other harmful substances. Provide excellent tolerance for almost all chemicals.
Normal water, air conditioning water, temperature below 80 degrees: NR rubber joint;
Weak acid and alkali, high 120 degrees: EPDM rubber joint;
Hydraulic oil medium: NBR rubber joint;
Acidic-alkali, high temperature below 140 degrees: KFM rubber joint
Seawater: CR rubber joint.
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