PVDF (polyvinylidene fluoride) is a highly stable and pure fluoropolymer offering a unique balance of properties. This material has outstanding resistance to most mineral and organic acids, aliphatic and aromatic hydrocarbons, alcohols, halogenated solvents, and oxidizing environments. PVDF provides unique chemical resistance at elevated temperatures (300° F), particularly in the presence of chlorine, fluorine, or bromine. This material also has good weathering properties and excellent resistance to aging. It is available in a wide variety of forms, is nontoxic, and meets FDA and USDA regulations for direct food contact.
- Excellent chemical resistance at high temperatures
- Good thermal stability
- Radiation Resistant
- High dielectric and piezoelectric constants
- Excellent UV-resistance
- Nontoxic and FDA/USDA-compliant (Some Grades)
Standard Shapes and Forms
Sheet: .030” – 4” thick
Rod: .250” – 10” diameter
A Corrosion Guide is available on the Pipe & Fittings page and the Technical Specifications page.
The range of sizes and shapes are grade specific, please contact us for more information.
Natural (beige) - Standard
Tecaflon PVDF ELS Black - Electrically Conductive
Tecaflon PVDF CF8 - Carbon Fibre Reinforced
Kynar® FLEX® Copolymer
FM 4910 Listed