Fluorocarbons & High Temperature Extrusion Lines


Understanding Fluorocarbons & High Temperature Processing

Boston Matthews has extensive experience of the processing of Fluorocarbons and High Temperature Materials for a wide range of industries and applications.

When processing such polymers which require either very high temperatures or can emit corrosive gasses, specialist extrusion machinery is required.

Boston Matthews has designed a range of extruders specifically for the processing of these materials and incorporate such features to ensure high quality processing and output as well as machine longevity and operator safety.

Typical Fluorocarbons & High Temperature Materials

Boston Matthews has extensive experience manufacturing extrusion lines to process a wide range of Fluorocarbons and High Temperature materials including but not limited to:

  • PVDF
  • FEP
  • ETFE
  • PEEK
  • Specialty Nylons
  • PFA
  • PA 6
  • PA6/6

Typical Applications & Industries

More and more industries and applications are using Fluorocarbons and High Temperature Materials because of their superior properties such as abrasion resistance, low-friction and chemical resistance including:

  • Medical & Pharmaceutical
  • Engineering Polymers
  • Semi-Finished Products
  • Oil & Gas
  • Wire & Cable
  • Tube & Hose
  • Automotive
  • Packaging

Ready For Tommorrow's Demands

The plastics industry is extremely demanding and new developments in polymers is a regular occurrence. It is therefore imperative that machinery manufacturers are capable of meeting this demand and have the necessary experience and technology to match. Boston Matthews has over 65 years polymer processing and machinery manufacturing experience and in that time has achieved many "firsts".

Our ability to "listen" and work with our customers has allowed them to expand into new areas and lead the way in their respective industries.

A Complete Solution

Boston Matthews design and manufacture the COMPLETE extrusion line ensuring complete synergy.

A single source of supply.

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