How to Store Polytetrafluoroethylene Micro-powder?

How to store polytetrafluoroethylene micro-powder

Polytetrafluoroethylene micro-powder has the characteristics of acid and alkali resistance, high temperature resistance, and resistance to various organic solvents. It is almost insoluble in all solvents and its performance is very stable. It is not easy to react with other substances. Generally, normal storage conditions will not cause changes or deterioration. Therefore, the storage requirements for polytetrafluoroethylene micro-powder are not strict, and it can be stored in a place with not too high temperature.

When storing, it is necessary to keep the environment dry and store it in a non-humid environment to avoid moisture absorption and caking of polytetrafluoroethylene micro-powder. Secondly, it needs to be stored in a light-free, normal temperature, and no heavy pressure environment.

If polytetrafluoroethylene micro-powder becomes damp, it can be dried at a temperature below 200 degrees Celsius and reused. If caking occurs, it can be filtered through a fine sieve for reuse.

Store Polytetrafluoroethylene Micro-powder correctly.

One Comment to How to Store Polytetrafluoroethylene Micro-powder?

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