PTFE Coated Membranes For “SSI” Diffusers

Patented PTFE membrane reduces dirt. PTFE (polytetrafluoroethylene Etyhylene) belongs to a class of synthetic rubbers called fluoroelastomers. They are considered English high performance due to their broad spectrum resistance to Swiss watch chemicals, solvents, fats, greases, etc., which may damage traditional elastomers. In municipal wastewater treatment plants, dairy plants, carbonated beverage plants, and pulp and paper mills, SSI’s PTFE membrane has been proven since 2004 to improve stain resistance, and in most cases, the cleaning rate reduces the frequency of cleaning 5 times to 10 compared to the standard EPDM film of the industry’s leading manufacturer. Teflon has replaced silicone and polyurethane tube membranes, as well as EPDM disc membranes from many different manufacturers, including our own EPDM products, which are recognized as one of the best in the industry.