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What is PVDF Valves?

PVDF valves is an excellent way to easily control the flow of water and other liquids. The homopolymer of 1,1-difluoroethene, Polyvinylidene Fluoride (PVDF), is a fluorocarbon chemical compound.

It has high insolubility and exceptional toughness, making it an excellent coating material for protecting metal substrates against corrosion.

PVDF valves are chemically resistant even to the most difficult-to-handle situations, such as hot, concentrated sulfuric acid. It is a thermoplastic with similar adaptability to other thermoplastics, notably fluoropolymers, for applications.

PVDF is heated and handled before being used in extrusion and injection moulding to make PVDF pipes, sheets, coatings, films, and moulded PVDF goods including bulk containers.

Extremely Strong (Polyvinylidene Fluoride)

Since 1964, Polyvinylidene Fluoride (PVDF) has been used to retain corrosive and chemical fluids. PVDF copolymers were launched in the 1980s to give more material flexibility. These materials were utilised for big metal components like flexible tubing.

Lightweight pipe structures with great corrosion resistance and high flexibility or stiffness may be created using PVDF copolymer systems. PVDF is utilised in a variety of sectors, including petrochemicals, pharmaceuticals, food and beverage processing, and nuclear waste disposal.

Uniqueness Crystallinity and Polarity

The chain’s unusual structure of alternating methylene and difluoromethylene units results in a polymer material with strong crystallinity and polarity, as well as a sharp melting point.

PVDF Valves Manufacturer & Supplier company in India, therefore possesses the fluoropolymer- like durability when exposed to severe thermal, chemical, and UV conditions while keeping the characteristics of a traditional thermoplastic material.

Advantages of PVDF Valves

The intrinsic characteristics of PVDF Valves improved solution choices from problems connected with brittleness, chemical or abrasion resistance for food and beverage processing industries aiming to maximise efficiency.

PVDF Valve is available as sheet, films, tubing, plate, and as an insulator in high-quality wire, and has been utilised in pipe and pumping applications. It’s often utilised in semiconductor, chemical, medical, and defence sectors, lithium-ion batteries.

High Temperature Processes

Due to PVDF’s resistance properties and upper temperature thresholds, it is utilised as pipe, sheet, and interior coatings in high-temperature, hot acid, radiation environment applications.

PVDF pipe can withstand temperatures of up to 248 degrees Fahrenheit (120 degrees Celsius). Nuclear reactor waste disposal, chemical synthesis and manufacturing (sulfuric acid, common), air plenums, and boiler service pipe are all examples of PVDF applications.

PVDF Valves Range

PVDF Valves Technical Details

Test method ISO 1183 – ASTM D792
Unit of measurement g/cm3
Value 1.38
Modulus of elasticity
Test method ISO 527
Unit of measurement MPa = N/mm2
Value 3200
IZOD notched impact strength at 23°C
Test method ASTM D256
Unit of measurement J/m
Value 50
Ultimate elongatio
Test method ISO 527
Unit of measurement %
Value 50
Shore hardness
Test method ISO 868
Unit of measurement Shore D
Value 80
Tensile strength
Test method ISO 527
Unit of measurement MPa = N/mm2
Value 50
VICAT softening point (B/50)
Test method ISO 306
Unit of measurement °C
Value 76
Heat distortion temperature HDT (0.46 N/mm2)
Test method ASTM D648
Unit of measurement °C
Value 86
Thermal conductivity at 23° C
Test method DIN 52612-1 – ASTM C177
Unit of measurement W/(m °C)
Value 0.16
Coefficient of linear thermal expansion
Test method DIN 53752 – ASTM D696
Unit of measurement m/(m °C)
Value 8 x 10-5
Limiting Oxygen Index
Test method ISO 4859-1 – ASTM D2863
Unit of measurement %
Value 45

Production of the PVC-U lines is carried out according to the highest quality standards and in full compliance with the environmental restrictions set by the applicable laws in force and in accordance with ISO 14001. All products are made in accordance with the quality guarantee system in compliance with ISO 9001.

• ANSI B16.5
Pipe flanges and flanged fittings-NPS 1/2 to NPS 24 mm / inch
• ASTM D 2464
Standard Specification for Threaded Poly Vinyl Chloride (PVC) Plastic Pipe
• ASTM D 2467
Standard Specification for Poly Vinyl Chloride (PVC) Plastic Pipe Fittings,
Schedule 80
• BS 10
Specification for flanges and bolts for pipes, valves and fittings
• BS 1560
Flanges for pipes, valves and fittings (Class designated). Steel, cast iron
and copper alloy flanges. Specification for steel flanges
• BS 4504
Flanges for pipes, valves and fittings (PN designated).
• DIN 2501
Flanges, dimensions
• DIN 2999
Whitworth thread for threaded pipes and fittings
• DIN 3202
Overall valve dimensions
• DIN 3441-2
Dimensions of PVC-U ball valves
• DIN 8062
Dimensions of PVC-U pipes
• DIN 8063
Dimensions of PVC-U fittings
• DIN 16962
PVC-C fittings for butt-welding or socket fusion, dimensions
• DIN 16963
Pipe connections and pipe components for pressurised fluids in HDPE
• DVS 2204 – 2221
Solvent welding of thermoplastic materials PVC-U
• EN 558-1
Industrial valves – face-to-face and centre-to-face dimensions of metal
valves for use in flanged pipe systems – Part 1: PN designated valves
• EN 1092-1
Flanges and their joints – Circular flanges for pipes, valves and accessories
– Part 1: Steel flanges, PN designated
• EN ISO 1452
Characteristics of fittings and pipes in PVC-U for piping systems intended
for water supply

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