PTFE release fabric is made of PTFE impregnated fiberglass on one side or both sides, PTFE coated glass fabric one side coating which is specially formulated with a fluoropolymer, the material is much more flexible and designed to make removable insulation jacket. PTFE coated fiberglass with two sides coating provides a nonstick and smooth surface on both sides, widely used as release fabric for laminating machine and curing machine.
PTFE adhesive-backed tape is made of PTFE coated fabric coated with pressure-sensitive silicone adhesive on one side, the tape is high temperature resistance, high tensile strength and non-stick surface, ideal for molding release during infusion process of wind turbine blades, smooth blade surface will be created by using our Teflon tape for releasing.
Teflon coated fiberglass fabric has a unique strength, corrosion and harsh environmental resistance as well as good flexural property. The material is customized into expansion joint to limit the emission of pollutants in harsh environments such as coal-fired power plants
16.5 oz PTFE glass fabric is specially formulated to make it flexible than common PTFE coated fiberglass, the material is easily sewn, flame retardant, chemical resistant and heatproof up to 300℃, which makes it the best material to make into blankets or jackets to insulate pipe fittings include pipes, valves, turbo, extruders and steam systems.
Our PTFE fiberglass fabric type MT9025AJ and 9035AJ are used during the solar panel vacuum lamination process, the prepared 5-layer module is placed in the lamination machine and heated to max. 135°C for a period of approx. 22 minutes, PTFE fiberglass is placed between the membrane and PV module as a protective sheet due to its heat resistant and nonstick properties. The material is cut to different sheet size according to customer’s machine, max-width reach to 2800mm, and we also customize loop on the two ends to make it convenient to be installed on machines. Mutiflon also provides PTFE Tabber stringer belts used to convey the panel components through the lamination process.