PTFE (Poly–tetra-fluoro-ethylene) is a synthetic fluoropolymer ‘accidentally’ invented by Roy Plunkett that finds numerous applications. It is well known by the DuPont brand name Teflon. PTFE is a material of remarkable properties; non-stick, friction-free, self-lubricating, non-wetting, non-flammable, non-brittle, non-toxic, resistant to atmospheric conditions, resistant to fungus growth and resistant to all chemicals (except molten alkali metals and fluorine at elevated temperatures and pressures). Its electrical properties are equally outstanding. All properties are maintained over a wide working temperature range of -200oC to +350oC.
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