Review of Thermoplastic Fluoropolymers Used in High-Purity Water Applications
By David A. Seiler, Sr., Sean M. Stabler, and Dwana Gresham
A fluoropolymer by definition is any polymer with a fluorine atom in the molecular structure. Thermoplastic fluoropolymers are one of the many niche families of specialty polymers that can be used in molding, extrusion, coating, solvent casting or foaming to make final components for handling chemicals, including various qualities of water. The range of this discussion will be oriented to present data and documented uses on the most common melt processable fluoropolymers that make up more than 95% of the commercial market.
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