Comparing 10 vendors in High Performance Fluoropolymers across 36 criteria.

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Chemours
Dongyue Group
Daikin
3M
Solvay
Hubei Everflon Polymer
GFL
fluorseals
AGC
HaloPolymer
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The Full List

The Full List

Company Headquarters Year Founded Holding Type
3M Saint Paul, USA 1902 Public
AGC Chiyoda City, Japan 1907 Public
Chemours Wilmington, USA 2015 Public
Daikin Osaka, Japan 1924 Public
Dongyue Group Zibo, China 1987 Private
GFL Noida, India 1987 Public
HaloPolymer Moscow, Russia 2008 Private
Hubei Everflon Polymer Wuhan, China 2005 Private
Solvay Brussels, Belgium 1863 Public
fluorseals Manerbio, Italy 1976 Private
 
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Fluoropolymers are a class of synthetic polymers known for their exceptional chemical resistance, thermal stability, low friction, and dielectric properties. They are made from fluorinated monomers.
High-performance fluoropolymers possess outstanding properties like excellent heat resistance, chemical inertness, low surface energy, and high electrical insulation, making them suitable for demanding industrial applications.
High-performance fluoropolymers find applications in industries such as chemical processing, electronics, aerospace, automotive, pharmaceuticals, semiconductors, and more.
Common high-performance fluoropolymers include PTFE (Polytetrafluoroethylene), FEP (Fluorinated Ethylene Propylene), PFA (Perfluoroalkoxy Alkane), ETFE (Ethylene Tetrafluoroethylene), and PVDF (Polyvinylidene Fluoride).
High-performance fluoropolymers can withstand temperatures ranging from -200°C to over 260°C (-328°F to over 500°F) and are highly resistant to various chemicals, acids, bases, and solvents.
Fluoropolymers can be processed through methods like extrusion, injection molding, compression molding, and isostatic molding. Due to their high melting points and non-stick nature, processing requires specialized equipment and techniques.
These polymers are used for applications such as gaskets, seals, o-rings, linings for chemical equipment, wire and cable insulation, bearings, valves, pump components, and non-stick coatings for cookware.
Yes, high-performance fluoropolymers are excellent electrical insulators. They have low dielectric constants, low dissipation factors, and high breakdown voltages, making them suitable for insulation in electronic components.
Yes, some high-performance fluoropolymers like PTFE and PFA are biocompatible and can be used in medical devices, such as catheters, surgical tools, and implantable devices, where their chemical resistance and non-stick properties are advantageous.
High-performance fluoropolymers can be expensive, difficult to process due to their high melting points, and have limited wear resistance when compared to certain engineering plastics. Additionally, adhesion and bonding to these materials can be challenging.
 
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