Teflon PTFE 6C X
Teflon PTFE 6CN X
Teflon PTFE 60 X
Teflon PTFE 6C X is a polytetrafluoroethylene fine powder resin used primarily for paste extrusion.it is designed for processing at medium to high reduction ratios (250:1 to 2000:1). It is particularly suitable for production of wire coating, jacketing, and tubing at fast sintering rates.PTFE 6C X is mainly used for wire and cable insulation and tubes with thin wall tubing, such asspaghetti tubing.
Teflon PTFE 6CN X is a polytetrafluoroethylene fine powder resin used primarily for paste extrusion.it is designed for processing at medium to high reduction ratios of 250:1 to 2000:1. It is particularly suitable for production of wire coating, jacketing, and tubing at fast sintering rates.PTFE 6CN X is mainly used for wire and cable insulation and tubes with thin wall tubing, such as spaghetti tubing.
Teflon PTFE 60 X is a polytetrafluoroethylene fine powder resin used primarily for paste extrusion.it is designed for processing at low to medium reduction ratios of 10:1 to 300:1. It is designed to facilitate the production of high-quality, low-density tape and beading.PTFE 60 X is widely used for conformable, high performance sealing materials and as tape for wire and cable insulation.
Teflon PTFE (polytetrafluoroethylene) fine powders may be paste-extruded to create continuous-length PTFE articles such as tubes, tapes, and membranes. Teflon PTFE fine powders are the preferred fluoropolymer for many applications, including breathable hydrophobic membranes, aerospace/automotive hoses, and high-performance wires and cables.
Features and Benefits
This family of fine powder fluoropolymer resins offers a wide range of characteristics that include:
Excellent thermal stability
High stress crack resistance
High reduction ratio
Excellent color and clarity
Storage and Handling
PTFE fine powder resins must be handled carefully to avoid shearing the powder prior to extrusion.Fibrillation by shearing is not reversible, and damaged particles can appear as defects in the finished product.As temperature is reduced below the transition point of 19 °C (66 °F),the powder becomes progressively less sensitive to mechanical damage or compaction in its containers.
Chemours recommends that powder compacted during shipping and storage be restored to its optimum condition by cooling it for one or two days below 19 °C (66 °F), followed by screening through a 2 to 4.76 mm opening sieve (4 to 10 mesh). Lumps that are retained on the sieve that can be broken up by shaking at temperatures below 19 °C (66 °F) may be used; however, harder lumps that can not be broken up should be discarded. All processing steps prior to preforming should be done at reduced temperature, but ambient dew point must be controlled to prevent condensation on the resin. Storage and handling facilities should be clean to avoid any cross-contamination.The high sintering temperature causes even very small foreign particles to become visible or to cause defects in finished products. Keep resin drums closed and clean.
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