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PVDF(Polyvinylidene fluoride)is nominated as F-2 in short, whose English Name PolyVinylidene Fluoride(PVDF for short),molecular formula (CF2-CH2)n and molecular weight is 400~600 thousand.
PVDF is one of fluoride plastics developed in 1960s, it is a homopolymer which formed under the actions of trifluoroethylene, hydrofluoric acid and zinc dust, and polymerized into white crystalline solid.
PVDF (polyvinylidene fluoride) is a thermoplastic material that is often used for the production of plastic pipes and valves for industrial applications. PVDF pipes and valves have a number of advantages over other types of plastic pipes and valves.
PVDF pipes are known for their high resistance to chemicals, UV light, and high temperatures. They are also resistant to impact and abrasion, which makes them ideal for use in harsh environments, such as chemical processing plants, power plants, and water treatment facilities. They are also resistant to fire and have a high resistance to fatigue.
PVDF valves are also available, which can be used to control the flow of fluid or gas through PVDF pipes. These valves are typically made of the same material as the pipes and are designed to be compatible with them. They are available in a variety of types such as PVDF diaphragm valves, PVDF ball valves, PVDF check valves, and many more. They are also used in similar industries as the pipes, for their chemical resistance properties.
PVDF pipes and valves are often preferred over other materials due to their durability, high chemical resistance, and suitability for high-temperature and high-pressure applications. They can withstand a wide range of temperatures, from -40°F to 300°F, which makes them suitable for both hot and cold fluids. Due to these characteristics, they are sometimes used as an alternative to metal components in a variety of industrial applications.