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Fibre, Filament, Yarn & Fabric

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Below you'll find typical applications of fibre, filament, yarn and fabric made of or coated / impregnated with 3M™ Dyneon™ Fluoropolymers and their benefits.

Thermoplastic Mono- & Multifilament

For narrow woven meshes or filters.

You'll find information about the product groups or products generally recommended for use in this application here:

Extruded PTFE Yarn

For i.e. filtration, dental floss, sewing thread or architectural fabric.

You'll find information about the products generally recommended for use in this application here:

Spliced PTFE Yarn

For sealing applications.

You'll find information about the product generally recommended for use in this application here:

Fabric

The dedusting of highly corrosive flue gases like humid SO2, SO3, HCl and HF in fossil fuel power plants and waste incineration plants requires filters withstanding these harsh conditions.
Woven PTFE filters are an established solution to dedust such flue gases.

You'll find information about the products generally recommended for use in this application here:

 

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