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Consumer & Kitchen Appliances

New Process manufactures Teflon™ PTFE products that are found in the majority of consumer & kitchen appliances. Teflon™ PTFE is particularly popular in the appliance industry because of several inherent properties, including its complete resistance to both water and oil, and a very low coefficient of friction.

For example, blenders are often built with Teflon™ PTFE washers to ensure that the units are resistant to wear and do not fail over time, and to protect the motor from food particles and liquids. Teflon™ PTFE also features a very high melting point, and is therefore useful for applications where a lot of heat is produced during operation.

Why Choose Teflon PTFE?

Teflon™ PTFE is an excellent thermal insulator and is the most chemically resistant plastic on the market. It is one of the only materials that is unaffected by almost all corrosive vapors, liquids, and gases, and is able to withstand up to 500 volts per mil and temperatures up to 600 degrees F. Good dimensional stability, creep resistance, and anti-frictional properties ensure that Teflon™ PTFE parts perform consistently and last a long time.

To learn more about our Teflon™ PTFE products, please visit our Teflon™ PTFE Washers page.

Applications

New Process is an established leader in the consumer appliance industry: any consumer appliance that has a motor may very well contain a custom-designed fibre part fabricated by New Process. Our custom parts are used in a many different appliance types, including:

  • A/C units
  • Blenders
  • Coffee grinders
  • Dish washers
  • Washers and Dryers
  • Food Processors
  • Freezers
  • Furnaces
  • Humidifiers
  • Refrigerators, and many more

Fabrication Capabilities

We have an unlimited supply of materials and stock over 8,000 compound washer dies that are ready for use (with no additional tooling charges).

New Process produces Teflon™ PTFE washers in thicknesses ranging from 0.0002” to 0.125” and diameters from 0.093” to 16”.

Contact us to learn how our Teflon PTFE and fibre materials can be applied to your appliance design.

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Home And Garden Industry
Plumbing Industry
Furniture Industry
Power Tools Industry
Consumer Appliances Industry