Produced by a fluorine resin, Teflon belt was developed by Dr. Roy J. Plunkett in DuPont Laboratory in 1938 when a type of fluorine resin PTFE (polytetrafluoroethylene) was discovered and this was registered as trademark as Teflon. Teflon is a completely stable chemical combination of carbon and fluorine, resulting in significant qualities such as perfect chemical inert, heat-resistance, non-adhesiveness, excellent insulation effect, low coefficient of friction. With these traits, Teflon has been used broadly in many industries, ranging from kitchen appliances, to machineries, vehicles, semiconductors, aerospace industry and many other various areas.
The USA EPA announced in 2004 that DuPont company repeatedly failed over a 20-year period to provide information on the potential health and environmental risks of synthetic chemical perfluorooctanoic acid, known as PFOA used to make Teflon. In 2006, however, the USA ACSH has released a research paper which proved the harmlessness of Teflon products. According to this research paper, C-8 is excluded from the final product though it is used as a catalyst for Teflon products production.
We are proudly taking the lead in bringing out/producing a variety of coated/coating products using Teflon for industrial uses. Of particular, our main products include Teflon coated adhesive tapes, belts and machinery parts coating and spray tri-flow.