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PTFE vs PCTFE
The difference between PTFE and PCTFE is mainly in the chemical structure. The addition of one Chlorine atom in place of one Fluorine atom leads to a massive change in its properties and application.
Larger capacity space for Machined components and Seals
Fluorocarbon are pleased to announce, we now have a larger capacity space for Machined components and Seals.
Offering a comprehensive range of high performance plastic machining capabilities ranging from PTFE, PEEK, PFA, FEP and Nylons, to Ferrous and Non-Ferrous metals and other specialist materials. We can provide the flexibility of manufacturing one off development prototype components to volume production batches.
PTFE vs PEEK
High-Performance Plastic are distinguished primarily by their temperature stability, but also their mechanical properties.
Often chosen for applications requiring good chemical resistance, performance at high temperatures, low coefficient of friction and high strength they can be found in many demanding applications across a variety of industries such as Oil & Gas, Aerospace, Nuclear and Chemical, but how do you decide which material has the properties required for your specific application?