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Specification of Carbon Teflon PTFE As

History Teflon or polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) began in 1938, Teflon was discovered accidentally by Roy Plunkett of Kinetic Chemical when trying to make a new type of CFC. In 1941 Kinetic Chemical patented it and registered Teflon in 1945 as a trademark. Kinetic Chemical is a company founded by Du Pont and General Motors in 1930 to produce CFC substances which we know as Freon (a trademark of Du Pont).

In 1954, an engineer from France named Marc Gregoire made the first pan which used a nonstick coating with the TEFAL brand. 1961 Marion A. Trozzolo, markets the first frying pan using The Happy Pan nonstick coating, in the United States to be exact in Kansas City.

Teflon was used commercially in 1940 for various purposes, because it is stable to other chemicals (difficult to react to other chemicals) and can produce a scratch-resistant surface. Most use in the community in the form of non-stick cooking equipment such as pans and pans.

At present the use of Teflon in various fields of life is so rampant, that is the reason that makes this Teflon discussion important to be discussed.

Product Specification Carbon Teflon PTFE As

TEFLONPolyTetraFluoroEthylene is a fluorocarbon based polymer and is usually abbreviated as PTFE. The Teflon® brand from PTFE is only produced by DuPont. Several other manufacturers make their own PTFE brands which can often be used as substitutes. The fluoroplastic family offers high chemical resistance, low and high temperature capability, resistance to weathering, low friction, electrical and thermal insulation, and "slippery". (see also Teflon® PTFE and Teflon® FEP & PFA Specifications) The mechanical properties of PTFE are low compared to other plastics, but their properties remain at a useful level over a wide temperature range between -100 ° F to + 400 ° F ( - 73 ° C to 204 ° C). Mechanical properties are often improved by adding fillers (see paragraphs below). It has excellent thermal and electrical insulation properties and low coefficient of friction. PTFE is very dense and cannot be processed - it must be compressed and sintered to form a useful shape.

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