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  • FEP

    FEP, fluorinated ethylene propylene, has all the desirable properties of TFE (PTFE) but with a lower survive temperature of 200 degrees C (392 degrees F). Unlike TFE, FEP can be injection molded and extruded by conventional methods into rods, tubes, and special profiles. This becomes a design... Read More
  • Glastic

    Glastic is a group of thermoset fiberglass-reinforced polyester insulating products produced by the Glastic company. This asbestos-free product line offers strength, excellent electrical properties and dimensional stability. Various grades feature flame resistance, high resistance to carbon... Read More
  • Hydlar ZF - Nylon/Kevlar

    Hydlar ZF is a relatively new plastic. It was first formulated by the scientists at A.L. Hyde Company in 1984. Hydlar ZF is Kevlar fiber reinforced Nylon 6/6. With the addition of Kevlar, Hydlar ZF's properties improve, better dimensional stability is achieved and wear resistance is increased... Read More
  • Rexolite

    Rexolite is a rigid, transparent insulating material made by an irradiation cross-linking process. Rexolite is one of the best dielectric materials known with a dissipation factor 200 times better than nylon. In contrast with other high temperature, ultrahigh frequency dielectrics, Rexolite... Read More
  • Teflon

    TFE or PTFE, polytetrafluoroethylene, more commonly known as Teflon, is one of the three fluorocarbon resins in the fluorocarbon class composed wholly of fluorine and carbon. The other resins in this group, also referred to as Teflon, are PFA and FEP and is reviewed under that heading. The... Read More
  • Vulcanized Fibre

    Vulcanized Fibre is a low pressure laminate. Vulcanized Fibre is one of the oldest plastics with its earliest form dating back to 1879. It is formed by the reaction between natural wood or cotton "fibres" and various chemicals such as zinc chloride, acids, and bases to produce a slurry. The... Read More

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