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PTFE is a type of thermoplastic that is chemically inert and has high melting point. It is used as an insulator and coating material for pipes carrying hot or highly corrosive materials. In addition, PTFE is extremely resistant to water.
This material is also resistant to UV rays. Moreover, PTFE is a versatile material that can be used in many industries. For example, PTFE is used in medical devices, cables, lubricants and wound dressings.
Another reason why PTFE tubing is so popular is its high thermal resistance. This material is also highly resistant to a wide range of chemicals. Additionally, it is inert and has a low coefficient of friction.
PTFE is also known for its non-stick properties. It is an excellent option for transporting and delivering chemicals. Since PTFE is not sticky, it can be coated on the inside of a pipe to prevent abrasion. It also provides excellent thermal and electrical insulation. PTFE is available in many different grades and thicknesses.
When choosing a tubing material, it is important to choose the one that offers the highest level of chemical resistance. A lot of factors will affect the properties of the material, including operating pressure and the concentration of the chemical. You can determine if the product is compatible with your application by field testing.
Another benefit of using a Teflon Tube is that it can be split longitudinally. This allows the primary device to be removed while the secondary device is attached.