Non Stick High Heat Resist PTFE Coated Fiberglass Fabric

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PTFE fiberglass/Kevlar fabric is made from high intensity fiberglass yarn by plain weaving, satin weaving or cross grain, coated with fine quality PTFE Teflon Features of PTFE high temperature fiberglass fabric: 1. Dimensional stability, high strength, lengthening coefficient is less than 5%; 2. High temperature resistance, continuous operating temperature is -70-260 , can resist up to320 in a short time 3. Skin friction coefficient is low, good insulating property; 4. Resistance to bond, eas...


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  • Min.Order Quantity: 100 Piece/Pieces
  • Supply Ability: 10000 Piece/Pieces per Month
  • Port: Shanghai
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    PTFE fiberglass/Kevlar fabric is made from high intensity fiberglass yarn by plain weaving, satin weaving or cross grain, coated with fine quality PTFE Teflon

    Features of PTFE high temperature fiberglass fabric:

    1. Dimensional stability, high strength, lengthening coefficient is less than 5%;

    2. High temperature resistance, continuous operating temperature is -70-260 , can resist up to320 in a short time

    3. Skin friction coefficient is low, good insulating property;

    4. Resistance to bond, easy to clean all kinds of oil stain, dirty spot or other attached in the surface;

    5. Excellent resistance of all kind of strong acidic or alkaline corrosion, no burning, endurable to aging.

    Item No

    Color

    PTFE Resine Content %

    Thread/Fabric Thickness

    Max width

    weight

    Tensile strength

    Temperature

    K9013AJ

    brown

    55

    0.08/0.13mm

    1250mm

    260 g/m²

    220/190N/cm

    -70℃260℃

    K9018AJ

    brown

    58

    0.14/0.18mm

    1250mm

    395 g/m²

    330/250N/cm

    -70℃260℃

    K9018BJ

    black

    58

    0.14/0.18mm

    1250mm

    415 g/m²

    330/250N/cm

    -70℃260℃

    K9025AJ

    brown

    59

    0.20/0.25mm

    2800mm

    490 g/m²

    720/680N/cm

    -70℃260℃

    K9025BJ

    black

    59

    0.20/0.25mm

    2800mm

    510 g/m²

    720/680N/cm

    -70℃260℃

    K9030AJ

    brown

    58

    0.25/0.30mm

    3200mm

    530 g/m²

    790/720N/cm

    -70℃260℃

    K9030BJ

    black

    58

    0.25/0.30mm

    3200mm

    670 g/m²

    790/720N/cm

    -70℃260℃

    K9035AJ

    brown

    57

    0.28/0.33mm

    3200mm

    660 g/m²

    830/790N/cm

    -70℃260℃

    K9035BJ

    black

    57

    0.28/0.33mm

    3200mm

    680 g/m²

    830/790N/cm

    -70℃260℃

    K9040AJ

    brown

    58

    0.32/0.38mm

    3500mm

    780 g/m²

    960/920N/cm

    -70℃260℃

    K9040BJ

    black

    58

    0.32/0.38mm

    3500mm

    820 g/m²

    960/920N/cm

    -70℃260℃

    K9050AJ

    brown

    55

    0.45/0.50mm

    3500mm

    860 g/m²

    0/650N/cm

    -70℃260℃

    K9050BJ

    black

    55

    0.45/0.50mm

    3500mm

    920 g/m²

    810/650N/cm

    -70℃260℃

    K9065AJ

    white

    55

    0.55mm/0.60mm

    4000mm

    1150 g/m²

    1080/750N/cm

    -70℃260℃

    0.6mm/0.68mm

    1200 g/m²

    1100/850N/cm

    K9075AJ

    White

    55

    0.65/0.73mm

    4000mm

    1250 g/m²

    1150/900N/cm

    -70℃260℃

    K9090AJ

    brown

    55

    0.80/0.9mm

    4000mm

    1550 g/m²

    1500/1250N/cm

    -70℃260℃

    PTFE (TEFLON) COATED PROCESS FABRICS

    Coating

    Our suppliers have been using PTFE in the form of water-based (aqueous) dispersion to coat flexible woven, and some non-woven, materials such as glass fibre cloth (usually referred to as glass cloth, or simply “glass”), Nomex®, Kevlar® and woven wire. These high performance substrates lend the polymer additional dimensional stability and mechanical strength. Only materials which stand the very high processing and application temperatures can be coated. A variety of techniques can be used in processing to improve the tear strength and resistance to creasing of the finished fabric, provide conductivity (anti-static properties), or resistance to oil and fats.

    Colour

    The natural colour of coated fabric is light to medium tan, sometimes darker. This is normally not controllable, as the colour is produced by the caramelisation of the weaving sizes and lubricants in the various cloths when heated during PTFE coating. Pigmentation is possible. PTFE Coated Glass Fabric (PTFE-Glass) In the bulk of applications glass cloth provides the most cost effective substrate, and more than matches the PTFE’s upper recommended operating temperature of 260°C and lower static operating temperature of -190°C. In dynamic conditions the coated fabric can be used down to -50°C. The E-glass (electrical grade) glass used has a high strength-to-weight ratio and excellent electrical properties.

    A wide range of cloth types are coated, and a combination of glass cloth and weight of coating is available to suit most applications. PTFE coated glass fabric is defined by: Base glass cloth style (coaters worldwide use similar types) (the US style reference as used in this paper is the most common found); Weight of PTFE coating; Pre-treatments to base cloth or polymer; Whether one or two-side coated; Whether calendered (depending on processing method).

    Thickness /Gauge

    PTFE-glass fabrics are frequently referred to by thickness, in inches or metric measure. The most popular are: Original inch size 0.003″, 0.005″, 0.006″, 0.010″ in USA known as 3mil, 5mil, 6mil, 10mil and in the UK as 3thou, 5thou, 6thou, 10thou and in Metric (mm) 0.076, 0.127, 0.15, 0.25. US glass style numbers used are 108, 116 ,116 and 128 respectively.

    Intermediate thickness’ are possible, and much heavier fabrics are used in process industries and in architectural applications. As most coaters aim to produce a fabric of given weight rather than thickness, the most accurate comparison is by base glass cloth type and coated weight rather than thickness, although thickness can be important in some applications.

    Some caution is necessary when making comparisons: fabrics varying in weight between 200g/m2 and 270g/m2 can casually be called 5thou; however, as most of the weight over 200g is on the fabric surface – where it is most useful in most applications – it is clear that weight gives a better indication of quality and cost than thickness, so long as the base cloth is comparable.

    In recent years products of our suppliers’s “BP” fabrics have become popular. The base fabrics of these are similar in weight and thickness to traditional twisted yarn types “BT”, although some tend to be thinner after processing. The yarns in “BP” fabrics have a minimum of twist, which was absolutely necessary in the past to produce a yarn which would resist the rigours of weaving in shuttle looms. They are flatter, so the fabrics need less coating of PTFE to produce a good surface finish.


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