PVDF (polyvinylidene fluoride)
PVDF is mainly used in critical applications requiring an excellent chemical resistance, a high degree of purity and excellent mechanical properties. PVDF has a very good creep resistance that is superior to that of other fluoropolymers.
• Excellent resistance to creep and fatigue
• Excellent thermal stability
• Excellent resistance to radiation
• Often used as insulation and protection cover in chemical applications
• UV resistant (does not age)
• High dielectric constant
• Working temperature from -20°C to +130°C
• PVDF tubing
• Cleanroom PVDF tubing
• PVDF film/foil
• PVDF sheet
• PVDF couplings
• PVDF rod
• PVDF pipe
• PVDF rings
PVDF is often used as an insulation or a protective barrier in the chemical industry. Additional information about the properties of PVDF can be found under the technical data sheets.
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