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  • Graphite filled PTFE has exceptional chemical resistance to corrosive environments and it is compatible with most hydraulic fluids. PTFE. Graphite Filled exhibits good initial wear and rubbing/sliding characteristics in dry and water applications. Excellent performance when used for hydraulic or pneumatic compression type rod and piston seals, bearing bands and rotary applications. Graphite is commonly blended with carbon and PTFE (Teflon)

  • The addition of Bronze to PTFE gives better dimensional stability and lowers creep, cold flow and wear. It increases hardness and compressive strength whilst also increasing thermal and electrical conductivity

  • 40% Bronze Powder Filled Teflon PTFE Tube Product number:KXT BU980-40 Quick Overview: The addition of Bronze to PTFE gives better dimensional stability and lowers creep, cold flow and wear. It increases hardness and compressive strength whilst also increasing thermal and electrical conductivity

  • The addition of Bronze to PTFE gives better dimensional stability and lowers creep, cold flow and wear. It increases hardness and compressive strength whilst also increasing thermal and electrical conductivity

  • Glass fibre is used as a PTFE filler as it offers much improved compression and wear properties. The material may also be inert gas sintered to further improve creep properties and reduce porosity and gas permeability (there would be a consequent loss of tensile properties).

  • Glass fibre is used as a PTFE filler as it offers much improved compression and wear properties. The material may also be inert gas sintered to further improve creep properties and reduce porosity and gas permeability (there would be a consequent loss of tensile properties).

  • PTFE Carbon Filled has good chemical resistance to corrosive environments, has better creep and wear resistance compared to standard PTFE materials. These properties are improved with the addition of a carbon filler. This filler improves dimensional stability, raises the heat deflection temperature, improves creep resistance and the dynamic bearing performance. PTFE Carbon Filled exhibits good initial wear and rubbing/sliding contact characteristics in both dry and wet/water applications. It is frequently used in piston rings to reduce cylinder wall wear by entrapping abrasive foreign particles in their relatively soft surface

  • PTFE Carbon Filled has good chemical resistance to corrosive environments, has better creep and wear resistance compared to standard PTFE materials. These properties are improved with the addition of a carbon filler. This filler improves dimensional stability, raises the heat deflection temperature, improves creep resistance and the dynamic bearing performance. PTFE Carbon Filled exhibits good initial wear and rubbing/sliding contact characteristics in both dry and wet/water applications. It is frequently used in piston rings to reduce cylinder wall wear by entrapping abrasive foreign particles in their relatively soft surface

  • Viton has excellent resistance to high temperatures, ozone, oxygen, mineral oil, synthetic hydraulic fluids, fuels, aromatics and many organic solvents and chemicals. Low temperature resistance is normally not favorable and for static applications is limited to approximately -26°C (-15°F) although certain compounds are suitable down to -46°C (-50°F). Under dynamic conditions, the lowest service temperature is between -15°C and -18°C (5°F and 0°F). Gas permeability is very low and similar to that of butyl rubber. Special FKM compounds exhibit an improved resistance to acids and fuels

  • Buna O-rings, NBR or Nitrile O-rings offer excellent sealing properties and mechanical properties with low cost. Buna and Nitrile O-rings have a basic resistance to common lubricants and are recommended for crude oil, gasoline, propane, petroleum oils and water. Nitrile and Buna O-rings are used in engines, gearboxes, aircraft pumps, and common water applications.

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