PTFE Teflon Sheet 10 x 1000 x 1000 MM


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  • Melting point: 327°C
  • Shore hardness: Shore D
  • Thermal conductivity: 0.20 J(g*K)


What are the advantages of PTFE Sheet?
PTFE sheet is great material for high-temperature and low-friction applications. It has a number of advantages that make it a good choice:
Its coefficient of friction is the third-lowest of any known solid material
It has excellent dielectric properties and is suitable for use as a material for printed circuit boards used at microwave frequencies
PTFE sheet is one of the most thermally stable plastic materials displaying no appreciable decompositions at 260°C and retaining most of its properties
Its high melting temperature makes it a good choice as a high-performance substitute for the weaker and lower melting point polyethylene that is commonly used in low-cost applications
What PTFE Sheet is used for?
Owing to its low friction, PTFE sheet is used for applications where sliding action of parts is needed such as plain bearings, slide plates, etc. In these applications, it performs significantly better than nylon and acetal and it is comparable to UHMWPE, although not as resistant to wear. It’s extremely high bulk resistivity makes it an ideal material for fabricating long-life electrets, which are useful devices being the electrostatic analogues of magnets. In optical radiometry, sheets made from PTFE are used for measuring heads in spectroradiometers and broadband radiometers (e.g., luminance meters and UV radiometers) due to its capability to diffuse a transmitting light nearly perfectly. PTFE sheets have high corrosion resistance and used in laboratory environments as containers for materials such as fluoroantimonic acid.
What is the size range, colours and availability of PTFE Sheet?
PTFE sheet in white (natural) in colour and is available in thicknesses ranging from 0.5mm up to 50mm
Why should you choose PTFE Sheet?
PTFE sheet offers super low friction, high chemical resistance, low and high temperature capability, resistance to weathering, electrical and thermal insulation, and unrivalled “slipperiness”




1 2.300    White 600×600 mm

1000×1000 mm

1200×1200 mm



2 4.600
3 7.200
4 9.500
5 12.000
6 14.500
8 19.000
10 24.000
12 27.900
15 36.000
20 47.500
25 57.800
30 71.000
40 94.000