Polyvinyl Fluoride

PVDF Material

Polyvinylidene fluoride, often referred to as PVDF or Kynar, is a fluorocarbon with a high molecular weight, boasting exceptional attributes such as remarkable abrasion resistance, excellent dielectric properties, and impressive mechanical strength. This material finds its application in scenarios demanding utmost purity or substantial resistance to solvents, acids, and bases. The defining traits of PVDF comprise:

PVDF comes in sizes ranging from 1/2″ to 6″, presenting options in natural or red colors. Its mechanical and chemical resistance characteristics remain intact at temperatures reaching 300 degrees Fahrenheit. This material stands strong, impervious to deformation under mechanical stress and load, while also exhibiting stability when exposed to sunlight and other sources of ultraviolet radiation. In thinner forms like films, filament, and tubing, PVDF displays flexibility and transparency. Common applications benefiting from PVDF encompass:

At the forefront of the industry, Petron Thermoplast stands as a prominent supplier and manufacturer of advanced plastic solutions for fluid and air handling. Our expertise spans PVDF lined pipe fabrication, tank lining, valve creation, and control systems. Whether you require standard items or intricate custom designs, we are your reliable source.

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