PTFE Sleeves

Posted by Admin on April, 25, 2011

The PTFE Sleeves offered by us is well-known for its extreme endurance of temperature. The PTFE Electrical Sleeves of our company is manufactured using the latest technology which ensures non-flammability and High Dielectric strength. The PTFE Insulated Sleeves are well-marked for their brilliant anti-stick properties, which prevents the building up of sediments and fungus. Moreover, these are very much hydro-phobic and shed water almost properly. We are a reliable Manufacturer and among the major Suppliers of premium quality PTFE Sleeves.

Few advantages of PTFE Insulation are as follows:

  • Extremely stable at high temperatures and can be used continuously at –65°C to +250°C.
  • Non-Flammable
  • High Dielectric strength
  • Virtually inert to almost known chemicals, UV radiation, oils, solvents and fluxes
  • Excellent anti-stick properties prevents the build up of sediments, and fungus
  • Biocompatible
  • Extremely hydro-phobic and sheds water almost totally

    Applications of PTFE Sleevings and Tubings:

  • Radars, Satellites and other defense electronics equipments
  • Due to high temperature proximity widely used for heater interconnections
  • Insulating cover for electrical joints, Motor winding leads and Transformer winding leads
  • Protective cover over electrical leads in Air-conditioning sealed units
  • RF Signal transmission, antennas
  • For branching leads in harness/cable assembly
  • In communications, control Instruments and professional electronics
  • As carriers for corrosive, high viscosity chemicals or fluids, also under high pressure and temperature
  • As protective cover over hoses for injection moulding machines
  • Hoses (with or without stainless steel wire braid) for hydraulic/pneumatic applications
  • As capillaries for medical application
  • Temperature sensors, Automobiles etc.


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