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fluorochemical

[¦flu̇r·ō′kem·ə·kəl]
(chemistry)
Any chemical compound containing fluorine; usually refers to the fluorocarbons.
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Line of fluorochemical blowing agents includes Formacel Z-2 (HFC-1.52a ), FDA approved for use in PS food service and packaging foams; Formacel S (HCFC-22) used in closed-cell polyurethane and polyiso-cyanurate foams; and Formacel Z-4 (HFC-134a) for polyurethane systems and appliance foams, and in PS insulating board.
In the 1980s, the law firm helped 3M defend its food packaging products to the Food & Drug Administration (FDA), and it counseled the company again in the 1990s, when the FDA and Environmental Protection Agency investigated the tech giant's fluorochemical business.
Tokyo, July 20, 2011 - (JCN) - Daikin Industries will establish a new production facility for the fluoroelastomer DAI-EL at the Changshu Factory of its subsidiary Daikin Fluorochemicals (China), a company that manufactures and sells fluorochemical products in China.
Acota is a leading provider of Fluorochemical and Specialty Additive Materials in the UK industry sector, and works closely with 3M and other leading fluorochemical manufacturers.
Widespread fluorochemical contamination of fish, birds, and other animals turned up in a survey by Kurunthachalam Kannan and Ewan F.
These high value polymers are expected to lead fluorochemical advances through 2009, with the fastest gains coming in developing nations.
On March 7, 2000, 3M put forth its "Fluorochemical Re-engineering Initiative" in which the chemical would be kept on the market, but through "continuous process improvement," 3M would attempt to reduce exposures to one-tenth the current levels.
said Monday it has established a wholly owned subsidiary in Taiwan to market resin, rubber and other fluorochemical products in the local market.
of the United States to jointly develop and market fluorochemical products used to ensure smooth coating of construction materials.
Magma personnel were however familiar with a fluorochemical surfactant used to control acid mist in the electrowinning plant.
China is the largest fluorochemical market in the world and produces over half of global output, benefitting from its strong position in the raw material fluorspar.
AGC is Japan's first fluorochemical corporate sponsor of the bluesign standard.