PTFE glass fabrics consist of a woven fiberglass that has been coated with a PTFE resin. They are designed for a wide range of applications and come in several grades to meet specific performance requirements. These fabrics have a nonstick surface, perform well under temperatures ranging from -100℉to 500℉. They also are chemically inert, have high tensile strength and have outstanding electrical properties. Typical applications include the heat-sealing or cutting of plastic bags or film, the manufacturing of dress shirts and blouses in the sizing process (to seal necks, collars and cuffs without damaging the fabric), thermal insulation, conveyor belts, gaskets, seals, bearing liners, and nonstick surfaces for paints, adhesives and food products. A variety of industries use PTFE glass fabrics, including packaging, aerospace, electronics and petroleum processing.
Excellent range of temperature resistance
High tensile strength
Outstanding electrical properties
Solar Modular Stringer PTFE Fabric Belt
1.Characteristics of Solar Modular Stringer PTFE Fabric Belt
- Superior non-stick surface, easy to release and clean - Low friction coefficient - Outstanding temperature resistance (from -170° C to +260° C) - Strong resistance to most chemicals - Excellent dimensional stability and strong tensile strength due to glass fabrics - Non combustible-self extinguishing - High electrical insulating power, strong resistance to electric arc - Ultra-violet, Infra-red, microwave & radio frequency resistance
2.Widely Application of Solar Modular Stringer PTFE Fabric Belt
- For molding: Mold-releasing sheets. - For printing: Drying screen-printing machines. - For apparels: Adhesive interlining belts. - For food processing: Heat sealers, frozen food transportation, defrosting belt and baking belt. - For packing: Shrink film packaging and side band sealing. - For office equipments: Paper conveyor belt of copiers.