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Made from Kynar® Polyvinylidene Fluoride Resin

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PVDF is strong and tough as reflected by its tensile properties and impact strength. Compared to many thermoplastics, PVDF has excellent resistance to creep and fatigue, yet in thin sections such as films, PVDF components are flexible and transparent.

The following physical property information is based on typical values of the base Kynar® 740 resin as well as test results obtained from actual film testing.

PVDF Film

Applications Include:
Filters
Diaphragms
Release films
Piezoelectric films
Chemical resistant tank linings
Fuel cell seals
Medical bags

Advantages of PVDF Film
Excellent chemical resistance
Stable to UV and the effects of weather
Low NBS smoke generation and superior LOI
Excellent transmittance of solar energy
Excellent dielectric strength
High heat resistance
Excellent physical and mechanical properties for a fluoropolymer
Resin FDA compliant
FM 4910 approved

Manufacturing Capabilities:
Thicknesses and Widths:
.002" to .029" up to 26" wide
Finishes:
all thicknesses available polished onernside, matte the other (P/M)

*In addition to our standard capabilities, Westlake also has the ability to process custom resins in various sizes and colors with some exceptions.

Kynar® is a Registered Trademark of Atofina Chemicals, Inc.
BONDit® is a Registered Trademark of RELTEK LLC.

 
Electrical PropertiesTest MethodResult
 MetricEnglish
Surface Resistivity
ASTM D257
> 1016 Ohms
> 1016 Ohms
Dielectric Strength at 0.003
ASTM D149
76 V/μm
1930 V/mil
Dielectric Constant
ASTM D150
8.15 - 10.46 1 kHz
8.15 - 10.46 1 kHz
Dissipation Factor
ASTM D150
0.005 - 0.019 10 kHz
0.005 - 0.019 10 kHz
 
Mechanical PropertiesTest MethodResult
 MetricEnglish
Tensile Strength at yield
ASTM D882
52 MPa
7.55 kpsi
Elongation at break
ASTM D882
160 %
160 %
Tensile Modulus
ASTM D882
1723 MPa
250 kpsi
Flexural Modulus
ASTM D790
1793 MPa
260 kpsi
Tear Strength - prop.
ASTM D1004
 
Other PropertiesTest MethodResult
 MetricEnglish
Specific Gravity
ASTM D792
1.78
1.78
Water Absorption at 24 hours
ASTM D570
0.01 %
0.01 %
Refractive Index
-
1.42
1.42
Haze
ASTM D1003
%
%
Area Factor
-
15480 in2/lb/mil
 
Thermal PropertiesTest MethodResult
 MetricEnglish
Continious Use Temp. - UL
-
129 °C
265 °F
Heat Deflection Temp. at 264 psi
ASTM D648
118 °C
244 °F
Melt Temp - DSC
-
165 - 170 °C
329 - 338 °F
Glass Transition Temp.
ASTM D3418
°C
°F
UL Rating - UL94
-
VTM-0
VTM-0
L.O.I.
ASTM D2862
43 %
43 %
NBS Smoke
ASTM E662
DMax
DMax
 
 
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