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PTFE Coated Fiberglass Thread
Size: 0.5mm or 0.8mm diameter , 1kg per roll
Description: PTFE coated fiberglass thread is created by applying a PTFE (with the chemical name polytetrafluoroethylene, commonly referred to as Teflon® plastic) coating onto continuous fiberglass filaments. This thread possesses heat resistance, chemical resistance, and strength.
Temperature Range: It can withstand operating temperatures of up to approximately 1022°F (550°C).
Coating Limit: The PTFE coating starts to burn away at 620°F (320°C), potentially propagating flame.
Characteristics: The thread's fiberglass filaments are durable and resistant, while the PTFE coating improves sewability and reduces friction, making it easy to work with.
Uses of PTFE Coated Fiberglass Thread
Applications: This thread is commonly employed in dry filtration and insulation applications.
Heat Resistance: It displays excellent thermal stability and can endure high operating temperatures up to 1022°F (550°C).
Flame Propagation: Notably, the PTFE coating burns away at 620°F (320°C). This implies that while the coating can propagate flame, the fiberglass itself remains more resistant to flame.
Common Uses: PTFE coated fiberglass thread finds utility in various applications such as filter bags, insulation jackets, heat shields, spray shields, high-temperature gaskets and seals, high-heat composites, and welding blankets.
|Description||PTFE coated fiberglass thread is heat-resistant, chemical-resistant, and strong.|
|Temperature Range||Operating temperatures up to 1022°F (550°C).|
|Coating Limit||PTFE coating burns away at 620°F (320°C), potentially propagating flame.|
|Characteristics||Fiberglass filaments with PTFE coating for easy sewing and reduced friction.|
|Common Applications||Dry filtration, insulation, filter bags, heat shields, gaskets, welding blankets, and more.|
- 1 x 1kg of PTFE Coated Fiberglass Thread