CHEMFILM PTFE films are used to provide a high temperature, chemical resistant material in a number of applications. Our PTFE films are either skived or cast.
Skived film products include premium skived, flex barrier and UHMWPE. These skived films offer up to 60 inch wide webs and superior flatness for the tightest tolerances in the industry.
Cast film products include mold release, vacuum bagging, monolayer, cementable adhesive coated, anti-static conductive, and heat weldable films. Our cast films are made up of very thin layers which have been individually deposited, sintered and fused together to produce a material with more uniform properties than can be achieved by any other manufacturing process.
CHEMFILM® skived films are manufactured from the highest quality virgin PTFE resins. These PTFE films offer great electrical properties, and are additionally engineered to meet the requirements of demanding mechanical and chemical needs. Visit our Premium Skived PTFE Films page for more information.
Our skived films also include a range of Ultra High Molecular Weight Polyethylene (UHMWPE) films, engineered for protection in the most demanding applications. Visit our UHMWPE Films page for more information.
CHEMFILM® cast PTFE films are developed with a unique multi-layer construction comprised of individual layers that are configured with different polymers and polymer blends. They are inherently void and pinhole free, offering superior dielectric performance and conformability.
CHEMFILM® flex barrier films are manufactured from high quality, virgin PTFE resins which are molded into billets, sintered and skived to the required thickness with extremely tight tolerance control. Using a specialized modification process, single and multi-layer films are manufactured with significantly improved flexibility and low permeability properties. CHEMFILM flex barrier films are often used in pump diaphragm applications because they provide higher flex life and extremely tight tolerances, Visit our Flex Barrier Films page for more information, or read our pump diaphragms white paper.