Applications for our Caramba PTFE spray
PTFE is the abbreviation for polytetrafluorethylene, i.e. it is a polymer from fluorine and carbon. Most people know it as Teflon, but this is only a trade name. As a component in Caramba PTFE spray, this chemical composition has a similar function. Because it is highly resistant to heat and cold while having still best dry lubrication properties, PTFE is perfect for bearings and seals, but also for rollers and bolts that are exposed to extreme temperatures. Even in vacuum, PTFE spray retains its lubricating properties, and it is resistant to chemicals and environmental conditions. In addition to this, it also prevents rubber from freezing on. So you can use PTFE spray for mechanical processes involving high pressure and moderate heat (up to 250°C), but also for cooling chambers and laboratories with extreme atmospheres or climatic conditions.
Tips on how to use Caramba PTFE spray
Before you treat a part with PTFE spray, you should thoroughly clean all the functional parts. Shake the can well before use. Then, spray the product on the part to be lubricated and allow it to soak for a short time. Normally, you have to repeat this step several times to achieve a sufficient lubricating film for the high requirements on the product. Please follow the instructions on the packaging label and safety data sheet.
Protect your machines and equipment even at extreme conditions using our Caramba PTFE spray.