The Merits of Using PFTE Lubricants on Metal and Plastic Surfaces
Grip is a critical factor in choosing the best type of lubricant. PTFE lubricants can be used in various industries today, from food and beverage packaging to medical devices. PTFE is a polymer that exhibits properties like low friction with metal or plastic surfaces, high-temperature stability, and long-lasting and corrosion resistance.
It is a thermoplastic polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) compound that provides low friction in applications requiring lubrication. This is because its fluoropolymer structure has good anti-friction properties, and it provides a non-stick surface when applied as coatings or infills. Its low friction material can be used for application in various segments. Quality of use is improved when operating machinery without the need for frequent maintenance or high cost.
PTFE is a highly inert substance, which means it is not generally reactive to other chemicals. This makes it an excellent solution for storing reactive compounds or lining materials that come into contact with chemicals.
High Electrical Resistance
PTFE lubricant is a thermoplastic polymer that offers high electrical resistance. It’s a non-toxic and non-conductive substance. PTFE is often used in lubricant applications to help prevent metal on metal contact, leading to short-circuiting. This enables it to be used on electrical cables and circuit boards.
PTFE coating is an effective way to increase the temperature resistance of your application material. It can also be used as a lubricant, allowing smooth and slick movement of surfaces while maintaining high-temperature resistance. As a lubricant, materials are upgraded to be more durable and increases their heat and holding capacity. This makes the material non-flammable.