High-Strength, Low-Wear
Machined Vespel

Lightweight substitute for metal in applications that require thermal stability, strength, and high impact resistance.

Machined Vespel InsulatorWhy choose Vespel?

  • High temperature resistance
  • Superior thermal stability
  • Creep resistant
  • Low wear/low friction
  • High strength
  • High impact resistance

What are some common Vespel applications?

  • Automotive components
  • Aerospace
  • Military equipment
  • Semiconductors
  • Bearings, gaskets, and insulators

A lightweight substitute for metal in applications that require high-temperature resistance and superior thermal stability, Vespel is also known for its strength, impact resistance, excellent friction and wear properties, and high creep resistance. It does not become brittle even at subzero temperatures. Vespel can endure extreme environments, from deep space to reactor chambers and is flight approved by NASA and the US Air Force. Its high durability and excellent mechanical properties make Vespel a good choice for applications in aerospace or transportation projects.

Does this sound like the right material for the job? Talk to our engineers today and get your project started.