PTFE

Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) is a high molecular weight fluorocarbon consisting wholly of Carbon and Fluorine. Discovered by Roy Blunkett in 1938, it was Patented by Kinetic Chemicals in 1941 and trademarked Teflon in 1945. Originally used in Aerospace and other Hi-tech applications, the generic PTFE polymer has been developed so that it is now used across a broad range of industries.
Gapi process by two polymerisation methods:
• Granular PTFE from suspension polymerisation to form Rods, Sheets and Tubes
• Fine PTFE coagulated powders from dispersion polymerisation to produce Thin Wall tubing.
The unique properties of PTFE means it is now used across many different market sectors, for example O Rings, Seals, Washers, Plain Bearings, Gears, Slide Plates, High Voltage Switchgear, Electrical Sleeving, Chemical Dosing... More

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ROD
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SHEET
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TUBE
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TAPE
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TWT
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ELECTRICAL SLEEVING
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SINTERED CORD
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SPIRAL WRAP
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MACHINED PARTS