PTFE Rods are made of soft, nontoxic fluoropolymer (also known as Teflon®, which is a registered trademark of DuPont) with an extremely low coefficient of friction, meaning that few materials stick to it, and most that do stick can be peeled or rubbed off. PTFE rods have has outstanding chemical and weathering resistance.
PTFE rods are made of material insoluble in most organics and has excellent electrical properties. It remains stable at both cryogenic and elevated temperatures (from -200° C up to 260° C),
PTFE rod is available from VINDEC in a number of different grades as listed below. Often referred to as TEFLON® sheet, PTFE is frequently used in chemical applications due to its excellent resistance to most chemicals and solvents. Follow the links below for more information on each grade.