ETFE – Ethylen-Tetrafluorethylene Copolymer

Partly fluorinated ethylene-tetrafluorethylene copolymer. Unlike the high-molecular PTFE which can be processed only by means of pressing or sintering, ETFE can be thermoplastic processed as already described before for PFA and FEP. I. e. this plastic material can be injection moulded or extruded with appropriate machines. In laboratories, this material is mainly used as compound with glass fibres for e. g. screw caps or screw joints. ETFE films have an excellent tear resistance. They are pervious to UV-rays and are therefore used for laboratory green houses as the VIS as well as the UV spectrum of the sun light can pass.

analytica 2022

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