This is the original Teflon(R) fluoropolymer. Great in a wide range of applications from electrical wire insulators, fluid flow tubing, medical dev...View full details
The properties of FEP tubing drives its use in many applications that require high electrical breakdown voltage, low dielectric constant, high chem...View full details
FEP 1.3:1 heat-shrink tubing is a great choice for insulation, encapsulation, and wire harness of components like medical instruments, temperature ...View full details
PFA is resistant to more chemically aggressive and abrasive environments than FEP and PTFE. It is preferred in contamination sensitive semiconducto...View full details
PVDF tubing is a stronger, more abrasion resistant material than its per-fluorinated (all Carbon-Fluorine – CF2) counterparts such as PTFE, FEP and...View full details
FEP is used for its high temperature (ability to handle live steam up to 30 psig) low friction properties, and wide-ranging chemical resistance and...View full details
A proprietary material, H2 FEP tubing from Fluorotherm has almost 3x higher heat conductivity than standard FEP. It can be used in a variety of app...View full details
PFA is a modified version of PTFE, except it is optically clear and has a higher tensile strength. Similar to PTFE and FEP, PFA exhibits a low coef...View full details
Our H2 thermally conductive PFA tubing (approximately 2.5x the thermal conductivity of normal PFA) has been recently featured in an extensive study measuring the benefits of using such a material in gas sampling applications. "Since conductive PFA combines low interaction...
Over the years, we have highlighted how businesses from various industries could benefit from using fluoropolymers over plastics for tubing, heat transfer, and many other applications. Fluoropolymers are a polymer made of up of fluoride and carbon. You have probably...