MCP Engineering Plastics Limited provide semi-finished, extruded and moulded PTFE Tube supply and machining services.
Our PTFE Tubes are available as Virgin PTFE Tubes, Modified PTFE Tubes and Filled PTFE Tubes, with the widest range of metric and imperial sizes.
Our PTFE Tube products are available with a range of diameters, including:
- Extruded PTFE Tubes: ranging from an outside diameter of 8 mm (.373″) up to an outside diameter 150 mm (6.00″)
- Moulded PTFE billets: from outside diameter 35 mm (1.37″) up to outside diameter over 3000 mm (118″)
MCP’s Extruded PTFE Tubing products exhibit outstanding thermal, chemical and corrosion resistance and are suitable for a wide range of applications.
Our extruded PTFE Tubing is an ideal material where a non-stick surface can facilitate smooth fluid transfer, while practically eliminating material residue build-up inside and outside the tube. Often, PTFE Tubing is the perfect replacement for glass, rubber, and stainless-steel products, due to the properties of PTFE, including durability and resistance to thermal and chemical extremes.
MCP Engineering Plastics Limited, based on the Hertfordshire and Essex county border, are a PTFE Tubing supplier and manufacture to a range of industries throughout the UK, including the oil & gas sector, chemical industries and other markets where fluid handling of high temperature, caustic and acidic fluids is required, or where contamination is an issue.
Other applications for PTFE Tubing have included spark plugs, spacers and connectors. Extruded PTFE Tube is used extensively when uniform wall thickness through the entire Tube length is needed.
MCP Engineering Plastics Limited are a UK PTFE Tube manufacturer with in-house machining and tooling capabilities. We have tooling available for precision grinding of PTFE Tubes and for precision extruded PTFE Tube products.
Our PTFE product range also includes isostatic moulded PTFE billeting – Isostatic PTFE moulding technology is a unique process where moulding pressures are applied evenly, in all directions around the manufactured part. This differs from compression moulding, which has pressure applied in only one direction. Isostatic moulding lends itself to the manufacturing of asymmetrical shapes. With over 2,000 PTFE Tube moulding combinations available, please contact us for updated information on our stock levels and production capabilities.