PVDF – Compression Molded: Features, Benefits, and Overview
Discover the Versatile Properties of PVDF Resin PVDF resin is renowned for its exceptional stability and purity, making it a top choice among commercial resins. This chemically resistant fluoropolymer finds applications in piping, tubing, vessel fabrication, molded valves and fittings, tower packing, nozzles, and more, designed to handle corrosive fluids. With inherent chemical resistance, PVDF is the perfect choice for contact with high purity water, acids, chlorine, halogenated solvents, and petrochemical mixtures. Its natural flame retardancy and flexibility also make it ideal for jacketing fiber optic cables, fiber optic raceways, and copper cables in plenum areas of buildings.
Key Features and Benefits of Compression-Molded PVDF Sheets
- Available in 48″ x 96″ sheets
- Typically one side masked
- Exceptional corrosion resistance
- Outstanding surface finish
- Flame retardant
- Note: Compression-Molded Sheets have a wider thickness tolerance compared to extruded sheets.