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PTFE tape is a popular pipe sealant that plumbers use to seal threaded connections on water pipes. It is a thin white tape that can be found in a roll similar to electrical tape. It comes in a variety of colors and is often used to color code the types of pipes it’s meant for, such as white or pink for water pipe, green for oxygen lines and yellow for gas.
Those who work with chemicals on a regular basis need a tubing material that can withstand the harsh environment. Many polymers will break down in the presence of corrosive chemicals. However, a good quality PTFE tape can stand up to these types of environments and keep your pipes functioning smoothly.
When it comes to applying Teflon tape to the threads of a fitting or pipe, it’s best to wrap it clockwise. This way, the twisting motion tightens rather than loosens it and creates a good seal.
When applying Teflon tape to the threads on a pipe, it’s not a good idea to overuse it because it could tear or unravel while you’re connecting it. This could cause pieces of tape to get into your system, clogging filters and valves or screens, as well as causing leaks.
It’s also important to understand that a lot of pipe threads aren’t very tight at all, and there’s plenty of space between them. This means there’s room for a leak to happen no matter how tightly you make the connection. To keep your pipes leak-free, it’s essential to apply a sealant to the threads before you make the connection.