The material is a unique combination of both ceramics and PTFE, and was originally developed for UHF heat-sinking applications. It gives a slightly-better dielectric constant compared to standard Teflon, and has about 8x the thermal conductivity of virgin PTFE. It is easy to machine and is available in rod, sheet and tape.
Fluoroloy has high insulative properties, and is widely used in the microwave industry as an alternative to virgin and glass-filled PTFE.
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