PTFE Membrane Structure Material Manufacturers

Basic Info.: 

Gram Weight



100% Polyester yarn with PVC Coating


PVC Coated Polyester Fabric








Glossy+PTFE treatment




30*30 32*32


1000d*1000d 1300d*1300d 1500d*1500d 2000d*2000d

Flame Retardant

M1; M2; B1

Special requirement

Anti-UV, Anti-Mildew, Anti-Static, anti-scratch, Environmental (Odorless)


A4 Size Sample Free

Lead Time

20-35 Working Days


PTFE (Polytetrafluoroethylene) is a high-performance membrane material that is widely used in the construction industry for its durability, strength, and resistance to extreme weather conditions.  PTFE membrane structures can be applied in a variety of architectural applications, including roofing systems, facades, canopies, skylights, and more.  Due to its lightweight nature, PTFE can be used to create complex and unique designs that are difficult to achieve with traditional building materials.

Product Features:

1. Hot-melt Coating & Knife coating technology

2. Outstanding tearing strength for welding

3. Flame retardant character (optional),M1; M2; B1

4. Temperature resistance: -30-70℃

5. Cold Crack Resistance, Anti-mildew and anti-bacterial,Anti ultraviolet treatment(UV),Anti-Static treatment, Waterproof

6. Acrylic and PTFE treatment



Zhejiang Xinria Textile Material Co., Ltd.

Company Profile

Zhejiang Xinria Textile Material Co., Ltd. is professional China PTFE Building Film manufacturers and Wholesale PTFE Building Membrane Structure Material factory. It is a high-tech enterprise specializing in the production of PVC coated fabrics, PVC mesh fabrics, TPU mesh fabrics, mesh fabrics, and architectural membranes. The company is located in Haining Qianjiang Industrial Park. Since its establishment, it has been committed to the research, development, production and sales of high-quality architectural membranes and coated fabrics.

Our company's PTFE Membrane Structure Material have been widely used in large public facilities: park landscape architecture, parking sheds, inflatable membrane structures, large stadiums, airport facilities and other architectural fields. Advanced technology in the field of European membrane materials, the products sell well in domestic and foreign markets, and have won unanimous praise from customers.

The company has always been adhering to the business philosophy of excellence and continuous innovation, relying on advanced equipment and technology, and forward-looking scientific research spirit to PTFE Membrane Structure Material high-quality products. Cooperate with new and old customers to win-win and create a better future.


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Chemical Composition of PTFE Building Membrane
PTFE (polytetrafluoroethylene) building membranes are widely used in architectural applications for their exceptional durability, weather resistance, and non-stick properties. The chemical composition of PTFE membranes is as follows:
    Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE):
    PTFE is a synthetic fluoropolymer made up of carbon and fluorine atoms. It is a high-performance polymer known for its excellent chemical resistance, low friction coefficient, and high melting point. PTFE is the primary component of the building membrane.
    Fiberglass Fabric:
    PTFE building membranes are typically constructed using a base material of woven fiberglass fabric. Fiberglass provides strength, dimensional stability, and resistance to stretching. The PTFE coating is applied to the fiberglass fabric to enhance its properties and provide additional benefits.
    PTFE Coating:
    PTFE membranes consist of a layer of PTFE coating that is applied to the fiberglass fabric substrate. The PTFE coating provides the membrane with key characteristics such as weather resistance, non-stick properties, UV stability, and durability. The coating is typically chemically bonded to the fabric substrate through a specialized process.
    Inert Fillers and Additives:
    PTFE membranes may contain inert fillers and additives to enhance specific properties. These fillers can include materials like glass fibers, pigments, and lubricants. The fillers can improve tear resistance, thermal stability, UV resistance, and coloration of the membrane.
PTFE building membranes are highly regarded for their excellent resistance to harsh environmental conditions, including extreme temperatures, UV radiation, chemicals, and weathering. They are known for their long lifespan, low maintenance requirements, and ability to create lightweight, translucent structures that allow diffused natural light transmission.