Teflon impregnated monolith packing
Teflon impregnated monolith packing is made of monolon and Teflon fibers.
First, we will deal with the nature of the ingredients of this packing
This polymeric material has a low coefficient of friction (used in non-stick containers). Polytetrafluoroethylene is best known in the world under the Teflon brand. Since this polymer (Teflon) is rarely excreted by the human body, it is used in medicine and we can use it to make artificial organs in the human body. This polymer (Teflon) has a light weight with a strong structure. It has a neutral or inert chemical property with most industrial chemicals. PETFE polytetrafluoroethylene has a wide temperature range from -260 to 260 degrees Celsius. Teflon has very good resistance to penetration.
Monolon fibers belong to the aramid fiber family and share some properties with it. One of the most important properties of monolithic fibers is its resistance to tension and pressure, its flexibility and its high coefficient of friction.
Teflon-impregnated monolith fireproof packing:
One of the problems with refractory seals is the wear and tear. Due to the high speed of the devices or the tension that occurs in the packing structure, the sealing packing may be out of use in the optimal state, and in the unfavorable state, in addition to the refractory packing, the sealed device may also be out of order. Be. Of course, the features of Teflon-impregnated monolith packing do not end here. As the name of this product suggests; This sealing pack is woven from impregnated and mixed monolithic fibers with a layer of silicone oil as well as a significant amount of Teflon liquid. The presence of these two materials has added two other capabilities to Teflon-impregnated monolith packing, including flexibility and heat tolerance of up to about 260 ° C. Of course, this packing is also suitable for environments with similar conditions and temperatures up to minus 200 degrees Celsius. This product is also known as packing guillon and can be used in salt water.
Types of nuclear and industrial centrifuges
In wind and water energy converter power plants
Used in stainless materials
In massive industrial generators