Stain resistance refers to the ability of a polymer to resist discoloration by a staining agent such as ketchup or berry juice. PEEK and PET have exceptional resistance to staining and are widely used in food processing equipment and pharmaceutical manufacturing machinery.
A plastic material’s resistance to staining will depend on a number of factors including the concentration of the staining agent and the operating temperature.
Fluoropolymer with outstanding mechanical properties and dimensional stability.
Plastic material with excellent mechanical strength, stiffness, and abrasion resistance.
Flexible fluoropolymer with outstanding chemical resistance and electrical properties.
Soft, flexible, lightweight plastic material that is easy to fabricate and form.
Strong, stiff plastic, excellent machining characteristics, bearing and wear, and chemical resistance.
Fluoropolymer with outstanding dimensional stability, mechanical properties, and temperature range.
Strong, stiff plastic with outstanding chemical resistance; performs over a wide range of temperatures.
A strong, dimensionally stable plastic with outstanding chemical resistance and wear properties.
Flexible fluoropolymer that performs well in extreme temperature and harsh chemical environments.