New Product: FDA-Compliant PTFE-Based Plastic

March 6, 2008
Fluorosint HPV, a PTFE-based engineering plastic, can survive at temperatures from –240 to 260°C and is FDA compliant.

It has a dynamic coefficient of friction (dry versus steel) of 0.14 to 0.15, a K-Factor (an indication of wear resistance) of 25,000, and a Rockwell hardness of R54. It comes in rods, tubes, and sheets that can be machined, or as near-net shapes. Finished products can mate with surfaces such as corrosion-resistant austenitic 316 stainless steel, aluminum, mild steel, brass, and other plastics. Fluorosint HPV parts can be used with or without external lubrication. This helps parts wear evenly in low-speed start/stop applications that require zero stick-slip. Quadrant Engineering Plastic

Products, 2120 Fairmont Ave.
Reading, PA 19612
(800) 366-0300

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