PTFE Fluoropolymer Fiber

PTFE fluoropolymer fiber is the most chemically resistant fiber known.  It is inert to powerful oxidizing agents, boiling sulfuric acid, fuming nitric acid, boiling aqua regia, and boiling sodium hydroxide.  PTFE fluoropolymer fiber does not degrade at continuous temperature exposures below 400°F.  At extremely low temperatures PTFE fluoropolymer fiber becomes less ductile, but it can be used at temperatures as low as -450°F.

PTFE fluoropolymer Fiber has outstanding sunlight and weather resistance, and is one of the most non-flammable organic fibers available.  Fibers do not melt or drip.


PTFE fluoropolymer Fiber Properties:

  • Excellent chemical resistance
  • Inert to powerful oxidizing agents
  • Non-flammable
  • Outstanding Sunlight resistance
  • Weather resistance
  • Does not degrade at temperatures below 400°F
  • Can be used at extremely low temperatures
  • Fibers do not melt or drip
  • Non-stick surface


PTFE fluoropolymer Fiber Applications:

  • Aerospace & Aviation applications
  • Chemical & Oil Applications
  • Industrial Rope & Cord
  • Lacing Cords
  • Binders
  • Tie-downs