FEP resin

FEP resin

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Designed for handling a variety of liquids in the semiconductor and life science markets, the SYGEF[R] PVDF HP Flex[TM] Tubing System offers a cost-effective solution for the conveyance of ultrapure water and chemicals versus PFA and FEP resin based tubing systems without sacrificing performance results.
The working temperature was 163[degrees]C (325[degrees]F) and 204[degrees]C (400[degrees]F) in the case of polyethylene, 371[degrees]C (700[degrees]F) for FEP resins, and 385[degrees]C (725[degrees]F) for PFA resins.
The PFA fluoropolymers have higher melting points than FEP resins, so they were studied at a higher temperature (385[degrees]C).