The innovative technology of expanded polytetrafluoroethylene ePTFE membranes has revolutionized the manufacturing industry in many ways. This advanced material has exceptional properties that make it useful for a variety of applications. GREMCO GmbH, a leading manufacturer of ePTFE membranes, has been supplying this remarkable material to different industries for decades, meeting the growing demand for[…]Read More
Particularly to ensure safe, long-term use of lithium-ion batteries in motorized vehicles, functional venting systems are essential to compensate for temperature and pressure fluctuations. Battery housings sealed to protect against external influences are highly susceptible to pressure or temperature changes due to the lack of replaceability options. If these are not compensated for, damage to[…]Read More
The number of electric and hybrid vehicles is increasing rapidly in Germany. For this reason, the lithium-ion batteries required for these vehicles are also becoming ever more important. These rechargeable energy stores feature a high energy quotient per unit volume and are assembled in battery blocks for utilization as a drive source in automobiles. Particularly[…]Read More
Owing to their excellent material properties such as flame retardancy, chemical inertness as well as excellent dielectric strength, PTFE Liners are eminently suitable for usage in a wide range of applications. Broadly speaking, they can be categorized into natural and filled liners. While natural PTFE Liners tend to exhibit so-called cold flow behavior under pressure,[…]Read More
Insulation material classes are generally used to characterize and specify insulating materials regarding their thermal resistance. Thus the insulation material classes provide a clear, standardized classification of the respective materials according to their maximum operating temperature. Consequently, different classes with varying limit temperatures have been defined. In order to ensure long-term functionality in operation, these[…]Read More
Characterized as being particularly flexible, GREMCO FEP tubing is available among the various types of fluoroplastic-based insulating tubing. The abbreviation FEP represents fluorinated ethylene-propylene (FEP), also known as a tetrafluoroethylene-hexafluoropropylene copolymer or perfluoro(ethylene-propylene), composed of the monomers tetrafluoroethylene and hexafluoropropylene. By virtue of its exceptional material properties, GREMCO manufactures a variety of specialized FEP tubing[…]Read More
Corrugated pipes consist of plastic-based insulating material pipes with diameters varying in a corrugated shape. Manufactured from a rigid material, the pipes are dimensionally stable, while the surface corrugation increases the product’s flexibility, particularly in moving applications. Furthermore, this facilitates the laying of the corrugated tube. Almost all common plastics qualify as material for the[…]Read More
The evolution of polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) – better known as Teflon® – from a niche product for high-value applications to a mainstream requirement has been gradual. Over the past two decades, however, as a result of increasing commercial use in more than 200 industrial, consumer and medical applications, PTFE has become a significant material in multiple[…]Read More
PBT (polybutylene terephthalate) is a thermoplastic from the polyester group with properties comparable to semi-crystalline polyethylene terephthalate (PET). GREMCO manufactures the thermoplastic fluorinated polymer alloy FP (Fluorinated Engineering Polymer) based on the PBT base polymer, whereby the PBT is upgraded by the incorporation of fluorinated additives. Thanks to these fillers, the resulting FP liners are[…]Read More
By the end of the 1960s, Markel Corporation had already established itself as a major supplier to the automotive sector with a wide range of plastic-based tubing components such as heat shrinkable tubing, braided fiberglass sleeving, and silicone rubber tubing as a major supplier to the automotive sector. At that time, automotive engines were becoming[…]Read More
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