We use only the highest grade 100% virgin Fluoropolymers

Premium Teflon® Heat Shrink Sleeving Roll Covers: The Ultimate Non-Stick Solution


Unmatched Versatility in Roller Coverings

Discover the power and flexibility of Teflon® Roll Covers, the industry standard for roller surface coverings. Our Teflon® roll covers excel across a range of roller types—straight, bowed, lead, couch, banana, lamination, spreader, and nip rollers. Whether your rollers are metal, composite, rubber, or wood, we have a Teflon® solution that will meet your needs.

Material Choices: FEP vs PFA vs PTFE

  • FEP Sleeves: A popular choice for temperature-sensitive applications, FEP can withstand temperatures up to 200°C. Ideal for Paper Production, Reprographics, and Converting industries, FEP provides easy-to-clean surfaces that enhance operational efficiency.
  • PFA Sleeves: With a flex life 10 times greater than FEP and temperature resistance up to 250°C, PFA is perfect for high-stress environments such as Extrusion and Lamination. If your application involves extreme temperature and pressure, PFA is the way to go.
  • PTFE Sleeves: Known for its exceptional chemical resistance and temperature stability up to 260°C, PTFE is used in highly corrosive and demanding industrial applications. It provides superior longevity and reliability compared to FEP and PFA.

What We Need for a Custom Quote

To furnish you with a precise quotation, kindly provide the following details:

  • Roller Diameter
  • Face Length
  • Material of Substrate (If rubber, please specify the type and shore hardness)
  • Operating Conditions (temperature, pressure, and environmental factors)

Once we have this information, we can guide you in choosing the ideal material—FEP, PFA, or PTFE—and whether or not bonding is necessary for your specific application.

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The Legacy of Fluoron

Fluoron Inc. was founded by Frank Chapman, who revolutionized the industry of fluoropolymers with his pioneering development of an isostatic molding process. This process enabled the creation of the first missile nose cones made from TFE fluoropolymer. Over the years, Frank Chapman continued to innovate and expand his knowledge in the field of fluoropolymers, leading to numerous groundbreaking discoveries, including the ability to weld Teflon. His contributions to the industry have earned him a total of ten patents and a place in the Plastics Hall of Fame, where he was inducted in 1988 for his outstanding achievements in the field of fluoropolymers.