PVDF is a Fluoropolymer film that has excellent chemical resistance, and outstanding weathering characteristics.
- Kynar® PVDF
- Norton® PVDF
- Excellent weatherability
- Chemically resistant
- Thermoformed components
- Heat sealed bags
|Property||Test Method||Typical Value|
|English units||SI Units|
|Available Thickness Range||-||3 – 10 mil||76 - 254µm|
|Max. Operating Temp.||-||265ºF||130°C|
|Melt Point||ASTM D-3418||345ºF||174°C|
|Dielectric Strength, 1mil||ASTM D-149||4000 V/mil||160 kV/mm|
|Dielectric Constant, 1kHz||ASTM D-150||8.2 - 10||8.2 - 10|
|Specific Gravity||ASTM D-792||1.78||1.78|
|Tensile Strength, Break||ASTM D-638||5000 - 7200 psi||35 - 50 MPa|
Kynar® is a registered trademark of Arkema. Norton® is a registered trademark of Saint-Gobain.
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