PTFE glass fabrics consist of a woven fiberglass that has been coated with a PTFE  (Polytetrafluoroethylene) resin. Teflon TM invented by DuPont

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° F to 550° F. With Silicone Adhesive, or 350 F with Acrylic Adhesive backing, or 550F without adhesive backing.

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
Standard Shapes and Forms: Sheet Roll Stock from 1/2" wide to 60" wide

Other Forms - Sheet, Rod and Bar, Pipe & Fittings, Flexible Tubing

The range of sizes and shapes are grade specific, please contact us for more information.

PTFE Glass Fabric Grades

chemically inert
thermally resistant (500°F / 260°C continuous use)
compatible with ultrasonic/thermal welding and inset molding
hydrophobic and oleophobic
omni-directional flow
high tensile strength
steam and EtO (ethylene oxide) sterilizable
natural white or black color
UL 94 V-0 @ 0.1mm and 5VA @ 0.75mm
UL 746C f1 rating (outdoor weatherability)
low dielectric constant (to 1.43)
diffuse reflectivity up to 98%
used in medical devices

Standard Grade PTFE Fabric

Standard grade PTFE fabric has a smooth surface and excellent nonstick properties. It serves the widest range of applications among the PTFE fabric grades. Standard grade
contains an excellent balance of substrate weave, strength, finish and coating weight. Typical applications include release sheets on heat-sealing machines and laminate
presses; nonstick surfaces for paints, adhesives and food products; thermal insulation for high-temperature and chemical-resistant environments; gaskets, seals and bearings
for chemicals, oils and gases; and covers for hot plates, platens, chutes and hoppers.

Premium Grade PTFE Fabric

Premium grade PTFE fabric is more durable than the standard grade. It has an extra-heavy coating of PTFE resin and a super-smooth, nonporous surface suitable for advanced
applications such as release sheets for cooking and baking, laminate separator sheets, specialized heat-sealing, and demanding, nonstick applications. Other uses include
motor and generator insulation, conveyor belts, gaskets, seals, and bearing liners.

Mechanical Grade PTFE Fabric

Mechanical grade PTFE fabric has a medium coating of PTFE designed for resistance to high temperatures and chemicals. It also has excellent dimensional stability. Typical
applications include chemical-resistant laboratory aprons and protective curtains such as those for bottle washers, food packaging and acid protection, and other low-load
mechanical applications.

Economy Grade PTFE Fabric

Economy grade PTFE fabric has a light coating of PTFE and is designed for large-volume, high-performance applications. The cost-efficiency of economy grade PTFE fabric
does not compromise the quality of the product. Typical applications include leaders for processing paper, plastics, metallic foils and cloth; separator sheets for processing
uncured rubber; and the manufacture of abrasive wheels.

Porous Grade PTFE Fabric

Porous grade PTFE fabric is designed for airflow, outgassing and resin bleed-through. It uses open-mesh glass fabric with a coating of PTFE that ranges from breathing to 0.25-
inch mesh. This grade also has excellent resistance to chemicals. Typical uses include filtration, release sheets for fabric coating, the curing of rubber and plastic foams, and
applications that require draining or drying.

Other PTFE Fabric Grades:

Crease and Tear Resistance: Tac-Black (Anti-Static)

PTFE NO Adhesive Tapes

PTFE Adhesive Tapes

PTFE adhesive tapes come with a high-quality silicone or acrylic adhesive for outstanding performance. The PFTE coating provides optimal release,
dimensional stability and outstanding heat resistance (silicone, 500° F; acrylic, 350° F). PTFE adhesive tapes have low friction and function well as electrical

PTFE Glass Tape

This pressure-sensitive tape, which comes with either a silicone or an acrylic adhesive, has a PFTE coating that offers excellent heat resistance, strength,
dimensional stability, a nonstick surface and exceptional wear life. Two grades are available: standard and premium. Standard grade is the preferred choice for
most adhesive applications. It has a smooth surface and outstanding nonstick properties. Premium grade has an even smoother surface and can meet the
needs of even the most demanding applications.

PTFE Glass Zone Tape

PTFE glass zone tape is a double-sided tape used to create custom adhesive zones. The adhesive is available in either silicone or acrylic.

PTFE Glass Cloth Tape

PTFE glass cloth tape is available with adhesive on one or both sides of the tape. It is intended for use in masking parts for plasma spraying and for inner and
outer wraps for transformers and motors. This tape has good abrasion resistance, outstanding flexibility and stability at high temperatures.

Skived PTFE Tape

Skived PTFE tape has broad acceptance in both military and industrial applications. Its high elongation properties make it an ideal choice when conformity is
important. Skived PTFE tape is an excellent choice for wire wrap and insulation tape for high-dielectric and high-temperature applications. With mechanical
operations, skived PTFE tape serves as a multipurpose tape, given its low friction and nonstick properties.

Other PTFE Adhesive Tapes:

PTFE Glass Roll Covering: Thermal Spray Tape: High Density PTFE Tape: FEP Tape

PFTE Belting

PFTE belting can be manufactured to custom specifications, depending on individual needs. These specifications are determined from information provided on
temperature range (-100° F to 500° F) needed for continuous operation, pliability, release qualities (surface finishes) and strength. The amount of pliability
needed for a belt is based on the size of the belt roller. The smaller the roller, the more flexible the belt must be. Thinner materials (0.010 inches and under) are
more pliant than heavier coated fabrics. Surface finishes can range from rough and semiporous to super smooth. The release needed for fabric impressions
helps to determine the type of surface finish selected. Factors influencing belt strength include breaking, tensile and tear strength. Other considerations include
the amount of load the belt will carry, how fast it moves and the tightness of the belt tension. Several splice options are available, including alligator, clipper,
smartloop, fabric-notch, butt, overlap and scarfed. Belts also can be equipped with heat-sealed film or fabric on one or both edges of the belt. The reinforcement
reduces fraying of the belt edges that rub on guiding rollers and provides a strong anchor for guiding pins, snaps and grommets. Tracking and guiding devices
can be placed on one or both edges of the belt. Options include snaps, grommets and silicone-rubber guides. Two-ply belts, laminated with staggered splices,
work well when continuous thickness along the entire length of the belt is needed. This type of belt ensures a uniform seal for packaging and heat-sealing
Taconic PTFE Adhesive Tapes

Taconic Tac-Tapes™ are constructed with a variety of backing materials that are coated with silicone or acrylic adhesive to meet your specific performance

Premium Grade PTFE

Premium Grade Tac-Tapes™ are suited for the most demanding nonstick applications that require the highest PTFE-to-substrate ratio in their class. These tapes
provide optimal release, chemical resistance and electrical strength.

Standard Grade PTFE
Standard Grade Tac-Tapes™ are preferred for most adhesive applications where a smooth surface with excellent nonstick properties is required.

Glass Cloth
PTFE Fiberglass Glass Cloth Tac-Tapes™ are used to mask parts for thermal spray applications as inner and outer wraps for transformers and motors.

Film Tapes (Skived PTFE, High Modulus PTFE, UHMW, FEP)

Skived PTFE Film Tac-Tapes™ are effective as wire wrap and insulation tapes in high dielectric/high temperature and masking applications
High Modulus PTFE Tac-Tapes™ offer high wear properties in heat sealing, wire wrapping and electrical insulation for coils, capacitors and transformers
UHMW Film Tapes are ideal for automotive, hose lining and low temperature mechanical applications
FEP Film Tape provides optical clarity for see-through wire harness identification and excellent dielectric properties for coil and transformer insulation
Specialty Tapes (Roll Covering, Zone Coated, Thermal Spray)

PTFE Fiberglass Roll Covering provides nonstick protection of rolls, drying cylinders and textile dry cans from sticky residue during material processing
PTFE Fiberglass Zone Tac-Tapes™ are ideal for sealing applications, plastic bag manufacturing and acting as a barrier between hot surfaces and sealing
materials (for use with L-sealer bars and vacuum sealers)
PTFE Fiberglass Thermal Spray Tac-Tapes™ provide abrasion and temperature resistance for masking in metal/ceramic plasma spraying, flame spraying, HVOF
(High Velocity Oxygen Fuel) spraying and grit blasting
Tacsil FPC Carrier Tape
Offers a cost effective solution to FPC assembly over conventional methods. Polyimide tapes, resin coated plates and double sided tapes can increase costs,
lower productivity, contaminate and/or damage flexible circuitry, reduce print accuracy and create environmental issues.
roll of PTFE Polytetrafluoroethylene
PTFE for heat press
PTFE with adhesive backing
Shhets of Non stick PTFE for crafts
Acrytlic adhesive backed PTFE Teflon
PTFE impregnated fiberglass cloth, consisting of warp and fill yarns, and coated with a high temperature silicone adhesive. Excellent electrical, mechanical and chemical
properties. Used as a primary insulation in a variety of electrical equipment and heat sealing bars, chute liners, gaskets, bearing surfaces, tabletop covers, guide rails and roll
covers. Low friction surface; abrasion resistant. Product comes standard with liner. Self-wound is optional at no additional cost. PTFE coated glass fabrics (without adhesive) are
also available.
Use Micrometer
1000 of an inch = 1 mil
ALWAYS measure adhesive backed rolls WITHOUT BACKING

eg:   6 Mil WITH adhesive peel yellow backing off part to be
measured carefully micrometer the thickness of material 6 mil
has 4 mils of PTFE covered fiberglass & 2 mils of adhesive = 6
mil or 6 thousands of an inch 0.006

FOR NON ADHESIVE ROLLS Just measure (Micrometer)
thickness so 5 thousands = 5 mils or 0.005 thousands.