PTFE Coated Fiberglass Fabric 10mil for PA/MPC laminating

Teflon welding machines are a type of equipment that is specifically designed to weld several layers of Teflon Cloth or PTFE Fabrics (polytetrafluoroethylene) together. These machines use either hot air or hot plate welding techniques to create a strong, long-lasting bond between Teflon materials. Below are some of the key features and benefits of Teflon welding machines:


  1. Highly precise and consistent welds – Teflon welding machines offer a high degree of control over the welding process, allowing operators to adjust the temperature, pressure, and other parameters to achieve the desired results.

  2. Resistant to chemicals and high temperatures – Teflon welding machines produce bonds that are highly resistant to chemicals, corrosion, and high temperatures, making them ideal for use in harsh environments.

  3. Easy to operate and maintain – Most Teflon welding machines are designed with user-friendly controls and require minimal maintenance, making them an attractive option for businesses looking to improve their manufacturing processes.

  4. Ideal for a range of applications – Teflon welding machines are commonly used in the production of aerospace components, medical equipment, electronic parts, and other high-tech components.

  5. Offers a high degree of reliability and durability – Teflon welding machines produce strong and long-lasting bonds, ensuring a high degree of reliability and durability in the finished product.

  6. Provides a cost-effective solution – Teflon welding machines can help businesses save on production costs by streamlining the manufacturing process and improving efficiency.

  7. Creates seamless, nearly invisible welds – The bonds created by Teflon welding machines are seamless and nearly invisible, resulting in a more aesthetically pleasing finished product.

  8. Standard Working Temperature and Time- .Normally 2 thinner layers of PTFE Fabrics can be welded in 400 degrees for 2-5 minutes.

Teflon welding machines are an essential tool for businesses that work with Teflon materials. They offer a range of benefits, including highly precise and consistent welds, resistance to chemicals and high temperatures, and a cost-effective solution for improving manufacturing processes. Whether you are in the aerospace, medical, or electronics industry, a Teflon welding machine can help you achieve the results you need to succeed.

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PTFE Coated Fiberglass Fabric 10mil is used a lot in the realm of composite materials manufacturing, each process step plays a critical role in determining the final product’s quality and efficiency. PTFE (Polytetrafluoroethylene) coated fiberglass fabric has emerged as an integral material in this domain, especially in processes involving the foaming of sponge and the bonding of glass fiber mats or fabrics with PA (Polyamide) or MPC (Microporous Carbon) films.

Popular sizes for laminating process:

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In typical machinery used in these processes, a pair of belts, an upper and a lower belt, are employed. These belts are open-ended, allowing for customization to fit the specific machinery. Once the belts are positioned on the equipment, they are heat-sealed at the joints for secure attachment.

To prevent slippage and ensure smooth operation, Esone offers PTFE coated fiberglass with one smooth and one rough side. The usual thickness of these belts is around 10 mils. Additionally, to prevent misalignment or running off-track, buttons are added along the edges of the belts. Manufacturers can use springs to attach these buttons to the machinery, ensuring that the belts stay aligned during operation.

This attention to detail in the design and application of PTFE coated fiberglass fabric belts underscores their importance in composite material manufacturing. Their tailored features, such as thickness, surface texture, and edge buttons, make them a versatile and essential component in ensuring the smooth, efficient, and quality production of composite materials.

Laminating Production Process

Step 1: Raw Material Preparation The journey begins with the meticulous preparation of the raw materials. This includes gathering the sponge, glass fiber mats or fabrics, and PA or MPC films, setting the stage for the subsequent processes.

Foaming Process

Step 2: Sponge Foaming During this phase, the sponge undergoes a foaming process under high temperatures to develop its foam structure. The role of PTFE coated fiberglass fabric conveyor belts is pivotal here. Their ability to withstand extreme temperatures ensures the integrity of the belts during foaming, while their non-stick properties prevent adherence of the foamed sponge.

Bonding Process

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Step 3: Composite Bonding In this crucial phase, the foamed sponge is combined with glass fiber mats or fabrics on the PTFE coated conveyor belt. The materials are then cohesively bonded to the PA or MPC film, typically through hot pressing techniques. The PTFE coating’s chemical stability ensures no adverse reactions during this high-temperature and pressure process, safeguarding the product’s quality.

Cooling and Molding Process

Step 4: Cooling and Solidification The composite material is then guided through a cooling phase on the conveyor belt, allowing it to solidify and form its final shape. The PTFE coated fiberglass fabric’s smooth surface plays a vital role in maintaining the composite material’s quality and surface finish during this stage.

Post-processing Phase

Step 5: Post-processing The final phase involves post-processing activities such as cutting and finishing of the composite material. The PTFE coated fiberglass fabric’s ease of cleaning is a significant advantage, facilitating efficient and quick production line operations.

In summary, the use of PTFE coated fiberglass fabric in these composite material processes enhances the overall efficiency and quality of the products. Its properties like high-temperature resistance, non-stick nature, chemical stability, mechanical strength, and ease of cleaning make it an indispensable material in the sophisticated world of composite materials manufacturing.

Popular PTFE Coated Fiberglass Fabric Specifications as follows:

width: 2m~ 2.1m

length: 10.7m ~ 12m


0.25mm, one side smooth, one side rough


Product Product Category Coating
Properties Metric Imperial
Standard width
Please ask for other widths
1000, 1500, 2000, 2600
39.5, 59.1, 78.8, 102.4 inches
Thickness 0.25 mm 0.0099 inches
Coated weight 560 g/m² 16.5 oz/yd²
PTFE content 62% 62%
Tensile Strength 460 N/cm          Warp 150 lbs/inches           Warp
400 N/cm            Fill 228 lbs/inches             Fill
Temperature resistance x-73 to +260 °C x-100 to +500 °F

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