Physical Properties for PTFE Sheet

PTFE

Property

Units

Method

Value

Physical

Density

 

Gr/cm3

 

ASTM D 792-50

 

2.16-2.20

Mechanical

Hardness  Shore D

Tensile Strength

Elongation @ Break

Compressive Strength

Flexural Strength

Ball Indention

Surface Resistivity

 

 

N/mm2

 

 

N/mm2

O

 

DIN 53 505

ISO/R 527 E

ISO/R 527

DIN 53 454

ASTM D 790

DIN 53 456

ASTM D 256

 

55-59

10.3-22.5

75-150

No break

No break

30.5

1017

Electrical

Dielectric Constant

50 Hz

103 Hz

106 Hz

Dissipation Factor O

50 Hz

103 Hz

106 Hz

Dielectric Strength

 

Specific Volume Resistivity

Surface Resistance

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

KV/mm

Volt/mil

 

O. cm

O

 

 

DIN 53 483

 

 

 

DIN 53 483

 

 

D 149/15

 

 

DIN 53 482

DIN 53 482

 

 

2.1

2.1

2.1

 

10-4

10-4

10-4

20-40

500-1,000

1027

1016

Thermal

Service temperature

 

°C

°F

 

 

-200 - +250

-325 - +482

Property values reflect typical average values and are provided as a general guide only, not for design purposes.

Article Title:
Physical Properties for PTFE Sheet
Article Summary:
Physical, Mechanical, Electrical and Thermal Typical Properties.
Article Date:
1/27/2009
Article ID:
546
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