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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This report researches the worldwide Fluorocarbon Resin market size (value, capacity, production and consumption) in key regions like North America, Europe, China and Japan.
p.5--Novel Fluorocarbon Resin Zendura[TM] C100 Introduction and Application--Jeffrey Han, Honeywell International
Moisture, particulate matter and hydrocarbons can be removed from air using a coalescing filter, a matrix of borosilicate glass hollow fibers in a fluorocarbon resin binder.
Air valve assemblies include specially modified fluorocarbon resin materials, which glide smoothly without lubrication.
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.
Viton is a fluorocarbon resin that is mixed with a filler, such as carbon black; acid acceptors, such as magnesium oxide (MgO); and curing agents before being cured into a fluoroelastomer material and sold as Viton O-rings.
Nonstick coatings, such as Teflon and SilverStone, are made of fluorocarbon resin, an inert substance that does not react with food.
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 efficacy of WACKER HC 321 and WACKER HC 401 is very close to that of impregnants containing fluorocarbon resins as active agents.
The same goes for surface-treated fluorocarbon polymers such as polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) and chlorinated fluorocarbon resins. Whenever these difficult-to-bond substrates are involved, it's imperative that UV light exposure takes place without any shadowing or diminished intensity.
The most common finish is fluorocarbon resins, also known as PTFE.
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.