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ECTFE is a fluoropolymer marketed under the brand name Halar® by Solvay Solexis who is the only producer of Halar® ECTFE.
Halar® ECTFE is a copolymer of ethylene and chlorotrifluoroethylene. Made from the toughest of all fluoropolymers, this material has nylon-like durability with excellent mechanical properties, thermal, and chemical resistance with an outstanding ease of processability. In addition, Halar® has extremely low permeability to liquids, gases, and vapors. It is resistant to most chemicals (including acids, alkalines, and organic solvents) except hot amines and ketones. These characteristics in addition to a broad service use temperature range have made Halar® ECTFE the choice for several applications in the field of corrosion protection in the chemical, pharmaceutical, and microelectronics industries.
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|Sheet||0.030″ – 2″ TH||48″ x 96″; CTS||Natural|
|Rod||0.375″ – 5″ DIA||Standard foot lengths; CTS||Natural|
|Film||0.002″ – 0.029″ TH||Natural|
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|Water Absorption, 24 hrs||%||D570||<0.1|
|Tensile Strength @yield||psi||D638||7000|
|Tensile Elongation @Break||%||D638||200|
|Hardness, Rockwell R||D785||93|
|IZOD Impact Strength Notched||ft-lb/in||D256||No Break|
|Coefficient of Linear Thermal Expansion||(x 10-5 in./in./°F)||D256||5.6|
|Heat Deflection Temp at 264 psi||°F||240|
|Max Operating Temp||°F||300|
|Dielectric Constant||D150||2.5 @1 MHz|
|Volume Resistivity, 50% RH||ohm-cm||D257||10^15|
NOTE: The property values presented above are typical values intended for reference and comparison purposes only. They should NOT be used as a basis for design specifications or quality control. Contact us for manufacturers’ complete material property datasheets. All values at 73°F (23°C) unless otherwise noted.