PRINCIPAL PROPERTIES OF P.T.F.E.
The products PTFE not sintered are realized by 100% and pure PTFE (polytetrafluoroethlylene)
PTFE resists to acids and to the most aggressive gases.
It is practically inactive against the mixtures and of elements with a pH that oscillated among 0 and 14. It may be attached only by the alkaline metals, such as, for example, sodium and potassium, at the melt state and by the fluorine at the gaseous state.
The acids, alkaline and solvents of any type, don’t corrode the PTFE.
The fluorinated hydrocarbons provoke a certain swelling, but in reversing manner; only specific oils, highly fluorinated used at a temperature of above than 300°C practice a certain solvent action.