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Teflon Vs PTFE... What Really Are The Differences? in a wide range of applications. For example: Very high melting point: With a melting point of around 327°C, there are very few situations where PTFE would be damaged by heat. Hydrophobic: It’s <span>resistance to water means it never gets wet, making it useful in cooking, wound dressings and more. Chemically inert: The majority of solvents and chemicals will not damage PTFE. Low coefficient of frictio
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