PVDF (polyvinylidene fluoride) is a highly crystalline thermoplastic. Keeps your electrical, thermal and mechanical in a wide temperature range (-40 to 150 ° C). It is highly resistant to weathering and especially UV rays and Gamma.
It is dimensionally stable and resistant to a wide range of chemical agents, flame retardant, low smoke emission which makes the a good electrical insulator.
Unlike PTFE and other thermoplastics, it has a high resistance to mechanical deformation. It does not absorb water. It is absolutely non-toxic and can be used directly in contact with food. Good machining.
These properties may be enhanced by additives such as fiberglass or carbon fiber.
|DENSITY||DIN 53 479||gr/cm3||1,78|
|RESISTANCE TENSILE STRAIN||DIN 53 455||Mpa||55|
|BREAKING EXTENSION||DIN 53 457||%||20 – 400|
|ELASTICITY MODULE AFTER TRACTION||DIN 53 452||Mpa||2000|
|INDENTATION BALL HARDNESS||30s DIN 53 456||Mpa||105|
|MELTING POINT||DIN 53 736||ºC||178|
|GLASS TRANSITION TEMPERATURE||53 736||ºC||-18|
|HEAT DISTORTION TEMPERATURE||53 461||ºC||140|
|MAX. TEMPERATURE SHORT PERIODS||ºC||150|
|MOISTURE ABSORPTION||DIN 53 715||%||<0,04|
|WATER ABSORPTION SATURATION||DIN 53 495||%||<0,04|