Polymer bellows are found in quite a few industries, including petrochemical, medical, pharmaceutical, chemical, and the food industry. Because of its chemical inertness, low spring life, and long flex life, PTFE is often the material of choice for polymer bellows. However, it isn’t the only option. In this article, we are going to compare PTFE and TFM.
Want more information on polymer bellows, check out these posts from the popular Engineer’s Blog from Advanced EMC Technologies:
- For Dummies: 5 Questions and Answers about Polymer Bellows
- PFA and TFM to PTFE as Excellent Material Choice for Bellows and Diaphragms
- 7 Things about PTFE Bellows You Need to Know