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PTFE Conveyor Belts

Introduction of PTFE Conveyor Belts

PTFE conveyor belts are made of PTFE coated fiberglass or PTFE fiberglass mesh customized with different kinds of joint and edge reinforcement. Based on the high quality woven fiberglass fabric, the material provides high strength and dimension stability. PTFE coating combines nonstick surface with heat resistance properties that make the belts replace normal stainless steel belts and polyester belts in several industrial conveyor applications.

Non stick PTFE conveyor belts are also non-toxic and FDA compliant, which can touch food directly, thus are also widely demanded in the food industry.

Main applications of non stick PTFE conveyor belts include UV-Dryer and screen printing dryer, shrink tunnels for packaging, garment fusing press, cooling tunnels after rubber profile extrusion, jerky grilling and food drying, tortilla pressing and rotary band sealer.

Types of PTFE Conveyor Belts

PTFE conveyor belts are divided into PTFE mesh conveyor belt, PTFE seamless belt, PTFE belt joint type and laminated PTFE conveyor belts.

PTFE Mesh Belt

PTFE mesh conveyor belt is made of PTFE fiberglass mesh in different mesh holes like 1x1mm, 2×2.5mm, 4x4mm, 8x8mm, 10x10mm. Mesh hole allows airflow to pass through and expedite moisture removal in the drying ovens. MUTIFLON customize various joint and edge treatment according to customer’s requests, seamless mesh belt is also possible in MUTIFLON for some special machines.

PTFE Mesh Conveyor Belt 4*4mm

Open Mesh PTFE Conveyor Belt 1*1mm

UV Dryer Screen Printing Belt 10*10mm

PTFE Kevlar Conveyor Belt 4*4mm

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PTFE Seamless Belt

PTFE seamless belt is typically used in the garment industry for fusing machine, the belt is specially weaved to be seamless and then coated with PTFE. The belt will be endless without any joint. Suitable for garment press where joint impression will be not acceptable.

PTFE Seamless Fusing Machine Belt

Fusion Belt for Oshima Machine

PTFE Belts Band Sealer

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PTFE Non-stick Fabric Belt

PTFE belt joint type is made of PTFE fiberglass fabric which offers nonstick surface and heat resistant properties. The belt is connected by different types of joint, the most common type is overlap joint, that means overlap two ends of the fabric and connected two ends by hot press. If you need the joint part to be as thin as possible, we will make a finger joint with a piece of Kevlar fabric cover.

PTFE Coated Conveyor Belt

PTFE Belt for Curing Machine

PTFE Endless Belt

High Temperature Conveyor Belt

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PTFE 2 Ply Belt

PTFE Tabber Stringer Belts

PTFE Band Sealer

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Accessory For PTFE Belt

Red Skived PTFE Film

PTFE Thread

Kevlar Thread

F46 FEP Film

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Tortilla Press Belt

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We supply a variety of PTFE Coated Fabrics. We focus on the quality and price of the PTFE Coated Fabrics.

PTFE Coated Fabrics FAQs

What is PTFE?

A:PolyTetraFluoroEthylene (PTFE) is a synthetic fluoropolymer of tetrafluoroethylene, it was firstly developed by Dupont™ in a brand name of Teflon®, PTFE is used as a non-stick coating and provide chemical corrosion resistant, friction reduction and high heat resistance.

How long are the length of PTFE coated fabrics rolls?

A:Normal length of our rolls are 30m, 50m or 100m. Special arrangements can be made for longer or shorter length rolls, please contact us.

How wide are the PTFE coated fabrics?

A:It is depend on the thickness of PTFE coated fabrics. Normally max width is 2600mm, small width like 20mm, 50mm can easy to cut. For the PTFE coated open mesh type, max width reach to 4000mm. Please contact us for more info.

Do you have a minimum order amount?

A:Yes, normally we have $100.00 minimum order for PTFE coated fabrics, PTFE adhesive tapes and PTFE conveyor belts.

How is your PTFE Coating?

A:Mutiflon uses PTFE in the form of water-based (aqueous) dispersion to coat glass fibre cloth (usually referred to as glass cloth, or simply “glass”), Kevlar® and woven wire. This high performance substrates support the polymer additional dimension stability and mechanical strength. Only materials which stand the very high processing and application temperatures can be coated. A variety of techniques can be used in processing to improve the tear strength and resistance to creasing of the finished fabric, provide conductivity (anti-static properties), or resistance to oil and fats.

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