Teflon (PTFE) – Polytetraflouroethylene is a high molecular polymer, one of the most versatile plastics known and useful for a large range of applications.
Temperature : -100ºF to +500ºF
Grades – Mechanical / Virgin
- Available in sheets, skived tape, rolls, rods, molded and machined
- V Rings (molded / machined)
- Valve packingEnvelopes slit / machined / formed with different fillers
- Die cut
- Ring / Full face
- Bellows,O’Rings, Lantern Rings, Kalrez O’Rings
- Stress Saver® molded
- Task line® - molded Teflon gaskets with steel inserts
Joint Sealant – Expanded PTFE joint sealant flexible tape. This tape is continuous with self adhesive backing to facilitate easy installation.
Mylar – is a polyester film or plastic sheet used in industrial applications and mechanical industries.
HDPE – High Density Polyethylene Plastic sheet. HDPE has little branching, giving it stronger intermolecular forces and tensile strength than lower-density polyethylene. It is also harder and more opaque and can withstand somewhat higher temperatures (120 °C/ 248 °F for short periods, 110 °C /230 °F continuously).
Plastic Shim – color coded plastic shim stock with thickness ranging from .0005” to .060”. Plastic shim are color coded to provide users with an accurate, reliable recognition of thickness for reliable use.
Phenolic - a hard, dense material made by applying heat and pressure to layers of paper or glass cloth impregnated with synthetic resin. These layers of laminations are usually of cellulose paper, cotton fabrics, synthetic yarn fabrics, glass fabrics or unwoven fabrics. When heat and pressure are applied to the layers, a chemical reaction transforms the layers into a high-pressure thermosetting industrial laminated plastic; also known as polymerization.
Glass Laminates - Glass laminates, fabricated to contain periodic thin layers containing biaxial compressive stresses, exhibit a threshold strength, i.e., a stress below which failure will not occur.
Grades: G-7, G-10, G-11.