fluoropolymers

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fluoropolymers

[¦flu̇r·ō′päl·ə·mərz]
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Asia-Pacific is the global leader in the consumption of fluoropolymer coating and this dominance is expected to continue till 2019.
AGC Chemicals Americas will showcase its fluoropolymer solutions at NPE 2015 in March.
Whitford Corporation has been granted a patent for a fluoropolymer composition comprised of at least one high molecular weight polytetrafluoroethylene, which has been trace modified with a modifying co-monomer (TMHPTFE) and having a number average molecular weight (Mn) of at least 500,000 and a first melt temperature (Tm) of less than 342[degrees] C.
The broad-spectrum, water-based cationic fluoropolymer is PFOA-free at or above detection limits and has no VOCs or APEO.
Plunkett transformed an apparent mistake into the discovery of PTFE, which was the first fluoropolymer and remains one of the most valuable and versatile materials ever invented.
com (ChemPoint) and DuPont Fluoropolymer Solutions (DuPont) today announced that ChemPoint has been selected as a preferred distributor for DuPont CapstoneA fluorosurfactants in the United States and Canada.
Arkema has collaborated with Lenzing plastics GmbH, a major supplier of different fluoropolymer filaments and fibers to develop Kynar 705 for production of continuous multifilament fibers.
The company serves global companies like Lexmark, molding fluoropolymer parts for computer printers.
DuPont Fluoropolymer solutions, a world leader in science-based products and services, have announced the commercial availability of a new perfluoroalkoxy-based resin for insulation of wire, cable and intricate electronic parts.
Baillie joins Shamrock with 29 years of experience in the fluoropolymer industry, where he has worked in R&D, manufacturing leadership, global procurement, sales and marketing, and business leadership.
APFOS stainless-steel-overbraided PTFE hose offers the purity of PTFE fluoropolymer with the durability and enhanced pressure carrying capabilities of stainless steel.
Fluon ETFE (a copolymer of ethylene and tetrafluoroethylene) is a high-performance fluoropolymer developed by Asahi Glass, which in 1975 became the world's first company to begin commercial production of the material.