PTFE tubes are divided into two categories: Thin Wall Tubes, (TWT) and the so-called Spaghetti that follow the AWG standard and which in turn are divided into 3 sub-categories Standard (SW), Thin (TW) and Ultra Thin (LW).
These products have good flexibility, excellent resistance to aging and chemical agents; they are stable at high and low temperatures (continuously from -180 ° C to +260 ° C, with peaks up to 400 ° C) and have excellent dielectric strength. They are non-toxic and (if produced with the appropriate release agents) suitable for the food sector.
Range of Thin Wall Tubing TWT
Internal: from 1 to 50 mm
Standard: from 0,5 to 1,5 mm
on Request Di and De to measure
|Matasse: 25 Mt – 50 Mt – 100 MT (up to De 17mm)|
|Starting Powder: 669 – N62|
Range of SPAGHETTI AWG
|Internal: from 0,46mm (AWG 30) to 8,38mm (AWG0)|
Standard: Type SW (from 0,23 to 0,51)
Thin: Type TW (from 0,23 to 0,38)
Ultra Thin: Type LW (from 0,15 to 0,25)
|Matasse: 25 Mt – 50 Mt – 100 MT (fino a De 17mm)|
Standard: Natural and White.
on Request: black, brown, red, green, blue, Yellow, orange and pink.
EXAMPLES OF APPLICATION:
The exceptional technical characteristics, together with the electrical insulation capacity, allow the PTFE tubing to be used in many sectors. The N62 powder (visually transparent) was created for the aerospace sector, while the 669 powder (visually white) is the standard.
TWT thin-walled PTFE tubing are mainly used for conveying fluids under pressure and temperature, corrosive fluids or steam, and in important applications in the food industry.
PTFE “spaghetti” tubing are mainly used in the electronics industry.
On request, It’s possible produce tubing with diameters and walls to measure.