What is a fluoropolymer?
Fluoropolymers are a distinct subset of fluorinated polymers. They are polymers with fluorine atoms directly attached to their carbon-only backbone. With their unique physico-chemical properties, these specialty plastics are virtually chemically inert, non-wetting, non-stick, and highly resistant to temperature, fire and weather. Irreplaceable in many applications, their unique properties cannot be guaranteed by other polymers.
Where are fluoropolymers used?
Fluoropolymers are unique chemical substances used across numerous technologies, industrial processes and everyday applications from the aviation industry to transportation, medical devices and energy production and technical apparel.
INDUSTRY SPOTLIGHT: FLUOROPOLYMERS AND SPACECRAFT
Fluoropolymers offer the necessary resistance and durability to withstand the immense pressures bearing down on spacecrafts.
Fluoropolymers Product Group Newsletter
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Fluoropolymers’ critical role in Formula-E cars
Fluoropolymers, as a core component of batteries, have a key role to play in the growth of Formula E, specifically, in the development of cars.