First, we will examine what is Bush and Teflon to increase your knowledge about the product and materials used in it.
What is a bush:
The bushing is a seemingly simple but very practical piece in the industry.
Which is responsible for connecting the two pipes to each other in the piping routes.
In general, the connection of pipes in the path can be done by welding operations.
However, this makes it very difficult to replace the damaged pipe if there is a problem.
For this reason, a piece called a bush is used.
One of the advantages of using this part is the possibility of replacing and solving the problem quickly and easily.
What is Teflon:
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. Polytetrafluoroethylene has excellent dielectric properties and is non-toxic. Teflon has the ability to combine with additives to increase hardness and durability.
Types of reinforced Teflon are:
Now let's examine the product and its features.
Teflon bushings from 100% pure refractory Teflon made by casting molds, the temperature range of this bushing is between 180 and 250 degrees Celsius. Teflon refractory bushing has a very high resistance and is non-flammable. This bush does not lose its properties during use.
Applications of Teflon bushing
Packaging industry for thermal welding of plastic bags
In the garment industry: to connect the collar and wrist
Chemical and Electrical Industries: Protective Curtains and PCB Boards
Textile industry: in the oven to dry textile materials
Food industry: in the process of frying and confectionery
Printing industry: UV dryer belt for drying printing ink