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Fluon

(ˈfluːɒn)
n
(Elements & Compounds) a trademark for polytetrafluoroethylene
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Nylon components and ETFE film are providing London's highest all-weather garden with both a costeffective and weight saving solution that will give visitors protection from the elements as well as a clear view.
Fluon ETFE is a melt-processable copolymer of tetrafluoroethylene and ethylene for a variety of applications, including wire and cable coatings; semiconductor and electronic components; valves, fittings and pump housings; and tubing and pipe.
Fluon ETFE is a melt processable copolymer of tetrafluoroethylene and ethylene and is ideal for a wide variety of applications, including wire and cable coatings; semiconductor and electronic components; valves, fittings and pump housings; and tubing and pipe.
The DN Series utilizes piezoelectric sensors embedded in an ETFE vane located downstream of a bluff to detect the generated vortices.
Fluon ETFE Film is made from a thermoplastic fluoropolymer developed and sold by AGC since 1975.
ETFE can support 400 times its own weight and is just 1% the weight of glass, reducing the steelwork needed for the new fully-enclosed footbridge at Newport.
It also suited the engineers, says Carfrae: "With this design we got our ETFE cladding for the acousticians, we got our insulated greenhouse, so the mechanical people were happy, and we got a lot of natural light.
Picking up pace in the run up to 2008, installation of the ETFE cushions began in August 2006, with the completion of the outer skin taking just five months.
TexMed fluoroplastic medical-grade heat shrinkable tubing includes PTFE, PEA, FEP, ETFE, PEEK and PEI formulations that are Class VI-approved.
2]- groups is completely reversed since ETFE can be considered as a totally aregic PVDF made up of HHTT regiodefects only.
Tenders are invited for for ETFE Film for Solar PV Module .
The color concentrates are based on FEP, ETFE, PFA, PVDF, MFA, ECTFE, ECA and PCTFE melt processable fluorinated copolymers with various flow rates.