Date: 26th May 2016
Etched PTFE Sheet
Etched Ptfe SheetPTFE is an amazing ?non-stick material,Website:http://www.eptfe-industry.com, but what about when you need to glue it to the suface of ?another material.In order to bond standard PTFE to another surface such as ?stainless steel, a process called "etching" is required. Typical applications ?would include the lining of chemical process tanks or other equipment used in caustic environments. When bonding is needed, sodium ammonia etching is usually ?the most economical answer. This process uses of a mixture of sodium and ?ammonia that is formulated to create a bondable surface both quickly and ?efficiently. From microchips to full ?size rolls, any shape or complexity, including tape, sheet, tubing, molded ?shapes & machined parts of any configuration can be etched & bonded. ?This treatment can be accomplished on one or more surfaces, or selectively ?within close tolerances.*Note: Etched surfaces ?will discolor to a grown appearance. For etched one side or two side are all ?ok.Specifications:Etched PTFE ?FilmThickness: 0.1mm-0.3mmEtched PTFE Skived ?Sheet Thickness: 0.3mm to 5.0mmEtched PTFE Moulded ?Sheet Thickness: 3mm to 80mm