Polyfluor - Material - Overview
Chemical resistance

Fluoroplastics or fluoropolymers are a family of high-performance plastics that can be used in applications where other materials fall short. The excellent chemical resistance make fluoropolymers resistant to almost all chemicals, acids, and solvents and therefore ideal for use in harsh chemical environments.

The most common fluoropolymer is PTFE (PolyTetraFluorEthylene), others are PFA (PerFluoroAlkoxy), FEP (FluorinatedEthyleenPropylene) PVDF (PolyVinylDeneFluoride) and ETFE (EthyleenTetraFluoriEthylene). With the excellent chemical resistance being the common factor, each fluoroplastic itself has its own specific properties.

PTFE - Materials - Polyfluor


FEP - Materials - Polyfluor

Fluorinated Ethylene Propylene

PFA - Materials - Polyfluor


PVDF - Materials - Polyfluor

Polyvinylidene Fluoride

ECTFE - Materials - Polyfluor

Ethylene Chlorotrifluoroethylene

PCTFE - Materials - Polyfluor


PEEK - Materials - Polyfluor