Polyvinylidene fluoride / PVDF

PVDF is valued for its toughness, stability, and distinct engineering advantages. For example, if you need a polymer that will withstand exposure to harsh thermal, chemical, or ultraviolet conditions, porous PVDF offers superior stability similar to the performance of fluoropolymers in these environments.

Polyvinylidenefluoride (PVDF) - is an opaque, semi-crystalline, thermoplastic fluoropolymer. PVDF is characterized by excellent chemical stability, without having the disadvantages of low-mechanical values and/or processing difficulties which can be experienced with other fluoroplastics.

An extremely hard material, porous PVDF may be used at temperatures from -62 to 149°C. No oxidation or thermal degradation occurs during continuous exposure to 149°C. It is available for custom molded shapes.

It is unaffected by long-term exposure to sunlight and other sources of ultraviolet radiation. It retains its properties in high vacuum and gamma radiation and is resistant to most acids and alkalis. PVDF is the material of choice when the porous structure will be exposed to ozone or chlorine.

PVDF Applications include:

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Waste water treatment
Chemical Industry
 
Medical Industry
 
Electrical Engineering
General industry
Oil and Gas Industry
 
 
Nuclear power plants  

 


Polyvinylidene fluoride / PVDF rods

Polyvinylidene fluoride / PVDF rods

Polyvinylidene fluoride / PVDF rods are probably the most chemically resistant thermoplastic known in the world today, standing up to -30°С +150°С, which has a fairly good dimensional stability and good tribological characteristics. PVDF is a flame-retardant, self-extinguishing plastic with high density and excellent strength. It is inherent i..

Polyvinylidene fluoride / PVDF sheets

Polyvinylidene fluoride / PVDF sheets

PVDF Sheets have a high elasticity, resistance to abrasion, wear and eruption. Resistant to ultraviolet and ionizing radiation (often used in atomic energy) than can not be reached by Teflon. Chemical resistance and operating temperatures exceed the one of polyolefins (polyethylene, polypropylene) and PVC (Vinyl). PVDF is poorly soluble or gen..

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