fluorocarbon resin

fluorocarbon resin

[¦flu̇r·ō′kär·bən ′rez·ən]
(organic chemistry)
Polymeric material made up of carbon and fluorine with or without other halogens (such as chlorine) or hydrogen; the resin is extremely inert and more dense than corresponding fluorocarbons such as Teflon.
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To serve this market, there are at least seven fluorocarbon resin producers in China with a total capacity of approximately 10,000 tons per year.
The primer composition is comprised of at least one heat resistant adhesion promoter, the topcoat is comprised of at least one fluorocarbon resin and at least one heat resistant adhesion promoter, other than a fluoropolymer that may be the same or different than the adhesion promoter of the primer composition, there being inorganic inert particles with an average particle size of at least approximately 10 micrometers contained in the primer composition.
Air valve assemblies include specially modified fluorocarbon resin materials, which glide smoothly without lubrication.
These powder coatings--offered as Newlar, a thermosetting system with a resin backbone of a fluoropolymer, a proven resin in building architectural applications for over 30 years--provide the toughness of powder coatings in combination with the proven weatherability of fluorocarbon resins.
1) Fluoropolymers are fluorocarbon resins which are inert to most industrial chemicals and solvents, and feature low coefficient of friction and exceptional heat resistance.
The most common finish is fluorocarbon resins, also known as PTFE.