Tag: PVDF

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Fluoric polymers (PTFE/PVDF)

Fluoropolymers have excellent, almost universal chemical resistance. They can be used both at high and very low temperatures (-260 to +260°C). They also possess outstanding resistance to weathering (UV-stability). Due to the low coefficient of friction, they are often used as sliding materials or as corresponding additives in other high-performance plastics. TECAFLON PVDF (PVDF) Polyvinylidenefluoride […]

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Typical Properties of Fluoropolymers

Property Method No. Units PTFE FEP PFA ETFE ECTFE PCTFE PVDF Specific Gravity D792 – 2.17 2.15 2.15 1.74 1.7 1.7 1.78 Melting Point D2236 deg F deg C 621 327 518 270 581 305 527 275 464 240 410 210 352 177 Tensile Strength D638 D1708 D1457 psi MPa 2500 17 3400 23 4,000 […]