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AGC Chemicals Americas, Inc. Fluon® PFA Resins

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Copolymers of tetrafluoroethylene and a perfluorinated vinyl ether, Fluon® PFA Resins can be used over a wide range of temperatures from extremely low to high (-200 °C to 260 °C) without losing excellent chemical, electrical, mechanical and surface properties. PFA resins retain many inherent characteristics and similar properties of PTFE, but can be processed using conventional thermoplastic techniques such as extrusion molding, injection molding, blow molding and electrostatic powder coating. With an oxygen index of 95% or better, these noncombustible resins can be used in various fields. Offering outstanding weatherability (no reduction or deterioration by direct sunlight, wind, rain and exhaust gas), characteristics do not change when exposed to the outdoors for a long period of time. Fluon® PFA resin compounds are also available.
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Fluon® PFA Resins -  - AGC Chemicals Americas, Inc.
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Fluon® PFA Resins
Fluon® PFA Resins
Copolymers of tetrafluoroethylene and a perfluorinated vinyl ether, Fluon® PFA Resins can be used over a wide range of temperatures from extremely low to high (-200 °C to 260 °C) without losing excellent chemical, electrical, mechanical and surface properties. PFA resins retain many inherent characteristics and similar properties of PTFE, but can be processed using conventional thermoplastic techniques such as extrusion molding, injection molding, blow molding and electrostatic powder coating. With an oxygen index of 95% or better, these noncombustible resins can be used in various fields. Offering outstanding weatherability (no reduction or deterioration by direct sunlight, wind, rain and exhaust gas), characteristics do not change when exposed to the outdoors for a long period of time. Fluon® PFA resin compounds are also available.

Copolymers of tetrafluoroethylene and a perfluorinated vinyl ether, Fluon® PFA Resins can be used over a wide range of temperatures from extremely low to high (-200 °C to 260 °C) without losing excellent chemical, electrical, mechanical and surface properties. PFA resins retain many inherent characteristics and similar properties of PTFE, but can be processed using conventional thermoplastic techniques such as extrusion molding, injection molding, blow molding and electrostatic powder coating. With an oxygen index of 95% or better, these noncombustible resins can be used in various fields. Offering outstanding weatherability (no reduction or deterioration by direct sunlight, wind, rain and exhaust gas), characteristics do not change when exposed to the outdoors for a long period of time. Fluon® PFA resin compounds are also available.

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  AGC Chemicals Americas, Inc.
Product Category Fabricated Plastic Parts and Semi-Finished Shapes
Product Name Fluon® PFA Resins
Form / Shape Sheet or Film
Chemical System Perfluoroalkoxy (PFA)
Features Flame Retardant
Industry Electronics; OEM or Industrial
Use Temperature -328 to 500 F (-200 to 260 C)
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