3M™ Dyneon™ Fluoroplastic PVDF 6012/0000 is ideal for filaments requiring a refractive index similar to water and excellent tensile strength. Our PVDF provides good chemical resistance to a broad range of fluids and solvents while maintaining mechanical properties at elevated temperatures. This high molecular weight PVDF homopolymer is suitable for compression molding and extrusion processes.
3M™ Dyneon™ Fluoroplastic PVDF 6012/0000 is a homopolymer of vinylidene difluoride (VDF) ideal for filaments requiring a refractive index similar to water and excellent tensile strength – while providing good resistance to a variety of fluids. PVDF 6012/0000 can be used in compression molded parts and extrusions with good permeation resistance. This is high molecular weight PVDF homopolymer making it suitable for compression molding and extrusion processes.
PVDF Homopolymer and Copolymer Uses
Polyvinylidene fluoride (PVDF) is ideal for multiple applications across a wide array of industries. Widely used in the chemical process industry, wire and cable industry, semiconductor industry, and oil and gas industry, PVDF is also being used in automotive, building and electronics applications.
Over 50 years of Innovation Research and Customer Support
For more than 50 years we have been able to supply unique solutions to meet the increasing market challenges in developing and producing designated state-of-the-art 3M™ Dyneon™ Fluoroplastic PVDF products at the highest quality level.
This goes hand-in-hand with our unparalleled commitment to research and customer support. Like all of our products, Dyneon PVDF 6012/0000 is backed by skilled researchers at several 3M tech service laboratories. Collectively, our products benefit from decades of research and development, improving upon PVDF. Toward that end, we are in regular communication with customers who deliver feedback, allowing us to improve existing products and deliver custom solutions. All of this is part of an unrelenting drive to deliver top products to you.
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