In 1969, astronauts boarded the Apollo 11 spacecraft wearing boots containing 3M™ Dyneon™ Fluoroelastomers. Today, these synthetic elastomeric materials are used in some of the toughest environments on earth. From hot-running automotive engines to harsh chemicals of semiconductor manufacturing and demanding conditions of oil and gas exploration, Dyneon fluoroelastomers stand up to the most challenging sealing applications.
Dyneon fluoroelastomers give processors and end users flexibility in choosing materials with the optimal balance of thermal resistance, chemical resistance and sealing strength for the job at hand. We offer a wide range of options for a variety of performance characteristics in extreme environments, including excellent retained sealing force, resistance to concentrated sodium chloride, and service temperatures above 250ºC. Whatever your application, our technical experts can help you identify the optimal fluoroelastomer compound so you can manufacture quality, cost-effective sealing components.
|3M Advanced Materials Division|
|Product Category||Polyamide and Nylon Resins|
|Product Number||3M Dyneon Fluoropolymers|
|Product Name||Fluoroelastomer Polymers|
|Industry||Aerospace; Automotive; Repair or Construction; Electrical Power or High Voltage; Electronics; Energy Conversion (Battery / Fuel Cell); OEM or Industrial; Marine; Military; Sanitary; Semiconductors or IC Packaging; Oil &Gas Exploration|
|Form / Shape||Liquid; Pellets|
|Chemical System||Fluoropolymer; Polyamide; Polypropylene; Tertrafluoroethylene, Hexafluoropropylene|
|Tensile (Break)||1523 to 2582 psi (10500 to 17800 KPa)|
|General Types||Thermoplastic; Thermally cured|