High and low temperature resistance (-180 ° C ~ + 260 ° C)
Corrosion resistant (strong acid, strong alkali, aqua regia, etc.)
Used as a gasket and lubricant in a variety of corrosive media
Electrically insulating parts at various frequencies, corrosion-resistant and wear-resistant materials
Used as bearings, valves, chemical pipes, linings, etc. in the fields of electrical, chemical, aerospace, machinery, etc.
Used as a support slider, etc.
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