Teflon Tape & Fabric

Our Teflon tape comes with either Silicone or Acrylic adhesive.

Acrylic adhesive: -40°F – +350°F (-40°C – +177°C)
Silicone adhesive: -100°F – +500°F (-73°C – +260°C)

Standard Grade – Preferred for most adhesive applications, smooth surface with remarkable non-stick properties.
Premium Grade – The smoothest surface for the most demanding applications.

Benefits include:
Optimal release
Low friction
Electrical insulation
Dimensional stability
Excellent temperature resistance 

PTFE fabrics

Premium grade......BMP also offers Tear resistant teflon fabric!

Featuring an extra heavy coating of PTFE, BMP Premium-Grade Fabric delivers a super-smooth surface, perfect for advanced applications, including:

Release sheets for cooking and baking applications
Laminate separator sheets
Specialized heat-sealing
Demanding, non-stick applications

Standard grade
With a smooth surface and superb non-stick properties, Our Standard-Grade Fabric serves the widest range of applications, including:

Release sheets on heat-sealing machines and laminate presses
Non-stick surfaces for paints, adhesives and food products
Gaskets, seals and bearings for chemicals, oils and gases
Thermal insulation for high-temperature and chemical-resistant applications
Covers for hot plates, platens, chutes, hoppers, troughs and rolls

PTFE belting

Whenever possible, have the following information available:

Dimensions of belt: width and length
Desired splice, edge reinforcement and tracking devices, where needed
Pulley size and type
Any special construction or instructions concerning the fabrication of your Taconic belt. In some cases of complex fabrication, a print may be requested.
Choosing the Right Material

There are a number of factors to keep in mind when choosing the belting material for your application:

Temperature Range – Both our TFE and SRC-GLASS™ fabrics have the capabilities of withstanding -100°F – +500°F constant operating temperatures.
Pliability – If the material is to track around pulleys that drive the belt, the diameter of the pulley is critical. The smaller the roller the more flexible the belt must be. Taconic’s thinner materials (0.010” and under) are more pliant that the heavier coated fabrics.
Release Qualities – The surface finishes of our materials range from a rough, semi-porous finish to a super smooth surface. The release or fabric impression results desired will be a determining factor.
Strength – Options to be considered are breaking, tensile and tear strength. How much of a load the belt carries, how fast it moves and how tightly it will be tensioned all must be considered.