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  • Film-PTFE Skived Backing Substrates

    PTFE films provide a conformable release surface and exhibit a remarkably low coefficient of friction and non-stick properties. PTFE films have high temperature resistance and are virtually unaffected by all chemicals. At elevated temperatures, PTFE film still retains excellent tensile strength. Service temperatures range from -100°F to +500°F (-73°F to +260°C). Film applications include high temperature coil and capacitor wrapping, composite bonding, masking, and conveyor release linings.

  • Glass-PTFE Anti-static Backing Substrates

    PTFE glass provide dimensional stability, high tensile strength and edge tear, operates over a temperature range from -100°F to +500°F (-73°C to +260°C), and offers better abrasion resistance than uncoated glass cloth. The PTFE surface offers quick release and chemical resistance characteristics. Anti-static PTFE glass yields improved thermal conductivity and static dissipation. Available with silicone or acrylic adhesives, PTFE glass applications include heat sealing and low friction release surface liners for conveyors.

  • Glass-PTFE CHEMLAM GXS Backing Substrates

    PTFE glass provide dimensional stability, high tensile strength and edge tear, operates over a temperature range from -100°F to +500°F (-73°C to +260°C), and offers better abrasion resistance than uncoated glass cloth. The PTFE surface offers quick release and chemical resistance characteristics. Anti-static PTFE glass yields improved thermal conductivity and static dissipation. Available with silicone or acrylic adhesives, PTFE glass applications include heat sealing and low friction release surface liners for conveyors.

  • Glass-PTFE CHEMLAM Brown Backing Substrates

    PTFE glass provide dimensional stability, high tensile strength and edge tear, operates over a temperature range from -100°F to +500°F (-73°C to +260°C), and offers better abrasion resistance than uncoated glass cloth. The PTFE surface offers quick release and chemical resistance characteristics. Anti-static PTFE glass yields improved thermal conductivity and static dissipation. Available with silicone or acrylic adhesives, PTFE glass applications include heat sealing and low friction release surface liners for conveyors.

  • Glass-PTFE CHEMLAM Brown Backing Substrates

    PTFE glass provide dimensional stability, high tensile strength and edge tear, operates over a temperature range from -100°F to +500°F (-73°C to +260°C), and offers better abrasion resistance than uncoated glass cloth. The PTFE surface offers quick release and chemical resistance characteristics. Anti-static PTFE glass yields improved thermal conductivity and static dissipation. Available with silicone or acrylic adhesives, PTFE glass applications include heat sealing and low friction release surface liners for conveyors.

  • Glass-PTFE Roll Covering Backing Substrates

    PTFE glass provide dimensional stability, high tensile strength and edge tear, operates over a temperature range from -100°F to +500°F (-73°C to +260°C), and offers better abrasion resistance than uncoated glass cloth. The PTFE surface offers quick release and chemical resistance characteristics. Anti-static PTFE glass yields improved thermal conductivity and static dissipation. Available with silicone or acrylic adhesives, PTFE glass applications include heat sealing and low friction release surface liners for conveyors.

  • Glass-PTFE High Performance Backing Substrates

    PTFE glass provide dimensional stability, high tensile strength and edge tear, operates over a temperature range from -100°F to +500°F (-73°C to +260°C), and offers better abrasion resistance than uncoated glass cloth. The PTFE surface offers quick release and chemical resistance characteristics. Anti-static PTFE glass yields improved thermal conductivity and static dissipation. Available with silicone or acrylic adhesives, PTFE glass applications include heat sealing and low friction release surface liners for conveyors.

  • Glass-PTFE Premium Food/Medical Grade Backing Substrates

    PTFE glass provide dimensional stability, high tensile strength and edge tear, operates over a temperature range from -100°F to +500°F (-73°C to +260°C), and offers better abrasion resistance than uncoated glass cloth. The PTFE surface offers quick release and chemical resistance characteristics. Anti-static PTFE glass yields improved thermal conductivity and static dissipation. Available with silicone or acrylic adhesives, PTFE glass applications include heat sealing and low friction release surface liners for conveyors.

  • Glass-PTFE Primary Backing Substrates

    PTFE glass provide dimensional stability, high tensile strength and edge tear, operates over a temperature range from -100°F to +500°F (-73°C to +260°C), and offers better abrasion resistance than uncoated glass cloth. The PTFE surface offers quick release and chemical resistance characteristics. Anti-static PTFE glass yields improved thermal conductivity and static dissipation. Available with silicone or acrylic adhesives, PTFE glass applications include heat sealing and low friction release surface liners for conveyors.

  • Glass-PTFE Industrial Backing Substrates

    PTFE glass provide dimensional stability, high tensile strength and edge tear, operates over a temperature range from -100°F to +500°F (-73°C to +260°C), and offers better abrasion resistance than uncoated glass cloth. The PTFE surface offers quick release and chemical resistance characteristics. Anti-static PTFE glass yields improved thermal conductivity and static dissipation. Available with silicone or acrylic adhesives, PTFE glass applications include heat sealing and low friction release surface liners for conveyors.

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