A large variety of gaskets with various cross sections and diameters are made out of 3M™ Dyneon™ PTFE resins and 3M™ Dyneon™ PTFE compounds. This means we can offer the perfect match for many of your challenging application requirements – and if you need technical expertise, our application team is happy to support you.
If you need to seal moving parts, dynamic seals act as a barrier between stationary and moving surfaces. Easier said than done. Radial and axial seals need to provide long lasting, self-lubricating and wear resistant performance – areas where 3M™ Dyneon™ Fluoropolymers excel.
PTFE Backed Adhesive Tape
For fast and convenient application to achieve low coefficient of friction, electrical isolation, thermal and chemical resistance, and many other applications, PTFE backed adhesive tapes offer great capabilities to meet your demanding needs.
Tank, Vessel and Column-Lining from Skived Film
Corrosion protection; it's a critical issue in the chemical processing industry. Skived 3M™ Dyneon™ PTFE and 3M™ Dyneon™ TFM™ Modified PTFE films protect valuable equipment and optimize total cost of ownership.
Get extremely smooth gliding action, even at very broad temperatures and high pressure. If you’re moving heavy loads under harsh conditions in the chemical, petrochemical and cryogenic processing industries, or supporting natural thermal expansion movements of bridges, rail tracks and overland pipe lines, sliding pads made from 3M™ Dyneon™ PTFE or 3M™ Dyneon™ PTFE Compounds are the material of choice.
Spliced PTFE Yarn
Near universal chemical resistance. Outstanding thermal stability. Together, these qualities allow you to produce spliced yarns manufactured from skived PTFE films that can be used in a wide variety of compression packing applications in the chemical industry (e.g. pumps). These PTFE yarns can further be impregnated with PTFE dispersion, talc or graphitized PTFE dispersion for improved sliding behavior.
Protect against corrosion in chemical reactors, vessels and other surfaces. 3M™ Dyneon PTFE films can be laminated to substrates like glass fiber or carbon fiber fabrics and attached to the base material. This technique allows the user to minimize the effects of thermal expansion and achieve more stable PTFE layers.
You can select from a great variety of Dyneon Applications.