Kormax PTFE [technical name Poly Tetra Fluoro Ethylene] is a fluoro-carbon-based material with excellent temperature and chemical resistance. Kormax PTFE is often used for non-stick applications due to its extreme low coefficient of friction. Whilst Kormax PTFE is a very dense material, compared to other plastic materials, it is quite soft and has low abrasion resistance. It is also produced with different additives such as glass, carbon, bronze and stainless steel to improve various physical properties of Kormax PTFE.

Common Applications


Key Features


Material Profile


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Dimensional Tolerances

Diameter Tolerances
5 mm to 25 mm +0.1 mm to +1.1 mm
26 mm to 56 mm +0.2 mm to +1.3 mm
60 mm to 100 mm +0.4 mm to +2.2 mm
Thickness Tolerances
1 mm to 10 mm +0.2 mm to +1.0 mm
12 mm to 25 mm +0.3 mm to +1.5 mm
30 mm to 50 mm +0.5 mm to +2.5 mm

Mechanical Properties

Material Metric Values Imperial Values
Tensile Strength 31-45 N/mm² 4500-6530 psi
Tensile Modulus of elasticity 1000-1600 MPA
Elongation at Break ≥80% ≥80%
Hardness Shore (Shore D) M58 MPA M58 MPA

Thermal Properties

Thermal Properties Temperature
Melting point 210-212°C
Maximum service temperature 250°C


Data Sheet

PTFE Data Sheet

PDF (110 KB)

Polymer Material Selector and Application Chart

PDF (194 KB)

Polymer Chemical Resistance Chart

PDF (199 KB)

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Quality Management

Quality materials, delivered to standard.

Kormax is ISO certified for ISO 9001, ISO 14001, and ISO 45001.
All Kormax products come with batch certifications.