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Heute + Comp.
Sealing elements and support rings made of PTFE and PTFE compounds
HEUTE+COMP. manufactures sealing elements and O-ring supports according to your specifications. PTFE support rings prevent high pressures from extruding O-rings into sealing gaps and damaging the rings as a result.
Due to its cold flow characteristics and high degree of abrasion, pure PTFE is only conditionally suitable for sealing. Accordingly, a wide range of PTFE compounds have been developed to account for all involved parameters.
Additionally for dynamic applications:
Material and surface of the sliding counterpart
The technique used to process a material also influences its properties. For instance, a material filled with glass can be made gas-tight through special heat treatment. For this reason, our team offers consultancy early on during the development phase in order to select appropriate materials for your application.
High-precision, turned components made of:
At its modern plant, HEUTE+COMP. manufactures sliding and guiding elements ...
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Because its molecular ...
The material Vespel® SP1 from DuPont has excellent characteristics, specifically for high-temperature applications ( 480° for short periods).
The mechanical characteristics ...
PEEK (polyethertetherketon) is a partly crystalline thermoplastic especially suited to handling high mechanical stresses at high temperatures. Features of PEEK include:
As one of the earliest known fluorine-based plastics, polychlortrifluorethylene is still unsurpassed in certain respects. Used preferentially in refrigeration engineering, ...