PTFE Injection Molding

PTFE Injection Molding Services

PTFE (Polytetrafluoroethylene) Injection Molding

At NDDMold, (polytetrafluoroethylene) PTFE injection molding is the name of the manufacturing process. Teflon, commonly known as (polytetrafluoroethylene) PTFE, is a high-performance polymer with exceptional chemical resistance and improved heat stability.

Our injection molding process enables the manufacture of complex shapes with perfect regularity by utilizing the excellent properties of PTFE. This ground-breaking technique guarantees that every component, from complex shapes to intricate geometries, is produced to the strongest standards, resulting in a remarkable performance.

To learn more about the amazing possibilities of our PTFE injection molding, get in touch with us promptly!

Why Choose NDDMold PTFE Injection Molding

Low Friction Coefficient
Low Friction Coefficient
Dimensional Stability
Dimensional Stability
Durability and Longevity
Durability and Longevity
Easy Processability
Easy Processability
Low Water Absorption
Low Water Absorption
Non-Stick Properties
Non-Stick Properties
Maximum Temp. 572°F 300°C
Minimum Temp. 392°F -200°C
Melting Point 626°F 330°C 
Tensile Strength 6,240 psi
Hardness R58
Color Opaque
Specific Gravity 2.2
Important Consideration for PTFE Injection Molding

Here is a guide to assist you in choosing the appropriate PTFE material for your particular needs, whether you are seeking PTFE sheets, rods, tubes, or other forms:

  1. Choose the application
  2. Examine grade
  3. Design of mold
  4. Consider the temperature resistance
  5. Evaluation of chemical compatibility
  6. Think about mechanics
  7. Criteria for surface quality
  8. Speed and injection pressure
  9. Considering part design
  10. Credentials and quality
PTFE Injection Molding Process
  1. Material development.
  2. Mold creation and preparation.
  3. Injection molding procedure in stages.
  • Charging
  • Thermogenesis and melting
  • Injection
  • Solidification and cooling
  • Mold ejection and opening
  1. Post-processing.
  2. Check for quality control.
Components/Parts Application Sector
Seals and Gaskets

Automotive, aerospace, and chemical processing industries all frequently employ PTFE injection molding to create seals and gaskets.

Bushings and Bearings

Many industries, including automotive, industrial machinery, and food processing, benefit from the use of PTFE bushings and bearings.

Electrical Insulators

Insulating parts including connections, terminals, and insulating sleeves are made using PTFE injection molding for electrical equipment, cables, and high-voltage machinery.

Chemical Processing Equipments

Chemical processing equipment frequently utilizes injection-molded parts made of PTFE. These include components for tanks, vessel linings, fittings, valves, pumps, and other items where corrosion resistance is crucial.

Components for Automobiles

PTFE injection molding is used in the automotive sector for a variety of purposes, including electrical connectors, seals, and parts for fuel systems.

Food Packaging and Processing

PTFE injection molding is used to make parts for processing machines, such as seals, gaskets, conveyor belts, and nonstick coatings, to guarantee cleanliness and efficacy.

Medical and Pharmaceutical Equipment

Medical tubing, connectors, valves, and seals are manufactured using PTFE injection molding, which guarantees dependable performance and adherence to various sterilization techniques.

Various PTFE Material Types

Virgin PTFE 

Virgin PTFE is frequently utilized in products like electrical insulation, gaskets, and seals.

Filled PTFE

To improve certain qualities, filled PTFE adds different filler elements into the PTFE matrix. Glass fiber, carbon fiber, graphite, bronze, and molybdenum disulfide are some of the most popular fillers.

Expanded PTFE

ePTFE is frequently utilized in sealing and gasketing products, including valves stem packing, joint sealants, and gasket tapes.

PTFE Coated Fabrics

Conveyor belts, release sheets for heat presses, and architectural membranes are a few examples of the uses for these fabrics that are frequently utilized.

PTFE Films

In applications like capacitor films, insulation tapes, and printed circuit boards (PCBs), thin sheets of PTFE are frequently utilized as dielectric materials.

PTFE Tubes and Rods

PTFE rods are used to produce customized parts such as bushings, seals, and bearings.

PTFE Powders 

In addition to being used as a coating and lubricant, PTFE can also be used as an additive to improve the properties of other materials.

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