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Tubing available in FEP, PFA, PTFE and PVDF resins are designed for a wide range of high-purity and corrosion-resistant applications.

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    • AMETEK Fluoropolymer Tubing available in FEP, PFA, PTFE and PVDF resins are designed for a wide range of high-purity and corrosion-resistant applications covering temperature ranges from -275° to 400°F. The nonstick characteristics of fluoropolymer resins, combined with their low extractable levels and chemically inert nature, make AMETEK tubing ideal for aerospace, automotive, electronics, food and beverage, medical, pharmaceutical, and chemical processing applications.
    • AMETEK Ultra High Purity (UHP) Fluoropolymer Tubing
      UHP-PFA and UHP- FEP. AMETEK produces Fluoropolymer Tubing designed to meet the exacting high purity requirements of the semiconductor and pharmaceutical industries. AMETEK produces tubing under strict standards UHP resins. Specifications defining exact resin grade and/or manufacturer can easily be accommodated. UHP resins exhibit a high temperature capability, along with the low extractable levels and low reactivity characteristics required in ultra high-purity applications.
    • Chemfluor ® 367 Scientific Grade Tubing
      Chemfluor® 367 is a unique fluoropolymer which maintains fluid integrity, and in many ways outperforms tubing made from standard, even high-purity, PFA resin. The surface of Chemfluor® 367 is up to six times smoother than tubing made of standard and high-purity resin. This results in less cross-contamination, greater productivity yields and easier-to-clean systems. With its smooth surface, low extractables, excellent chemical resistance and outstanding mechanical properties, Chemflour® 367 can be used in virtually any application where maintaining high purity is critical.

      Typical Applications for Chemfluor® 367 Include:
    • Semiconductor industry
    • Pharmaceutical industry
    • Laboratory industry
    • Environmental industry
    • Food processing industry
    • Chemfluor® PTFE Tubing - Saint-Gobain Performance Plastics careful selection of resin type, particle size, temperature and pressure produces smooth, non-porous, dimensionally stable tubing. Made out of polytetrafluoroethylene resin, Chemfluor® PTFE Tubing has the highest working temperature of any fluoropolymer tubing available today. It is widely used as a pressure tubing in general chemical applications such as delivery of natural gas and mineral oils, toxic gas monitoring and paint, varnish or adhesive delivery lines. Chemfluor® PTFE Tubing also services numerous applications in the automotive, electrical and appliance markets.
    • Chemours® NXT 70 PTFE is a chemically modified polytetra-fluoroethylene polymer. When properly processed, Chemours® NXT 70 exhibits the superior properties typical of the fluoropolymer resins: nonaging characteristics, chemical inertness, heat resistance, toughness and flexibility, low coefficient of friction, nonstick characteristics, negligible moisture absorption, and weather resistance.

      In addition, Chemours® NXT 70 offers weldability, improved resistance to deformation under load, increased resistance to permeation of chemicals, and a higher dielectric breakdown voltage. This grade exhibits minimal sagging (typical of modified PTFE) in billets as large as 350 kg (800 lb).
    • Chemours® NXT 75 exhibits the superior properties typical of the fluoropolymer resins: nonaging characteristics, chemical inertness, heat resistance, toughness and flexibility, low coefficient of friction, nonstick characteristics, negligible moisture absorption, and weather resistance.

      In addition, this resin offers weldability, improved resistance to deformation under load, increased resistance to permeation of chemicals, and a higher dielectric breakdown voltage. This resin provides a high degree of weldability for applications where the use of elevated pressure and temperature are limited.

      Chemours® NXT 75 is a fine-cut resin designed for general compression molding of blocks and sheets and for use as a base resin for compounds. It can be used for such applications as: seal rings, valve seats, bearing pads, linings, encapsulations, and as a base resin for filled compounds. This resin is particularly useful in applications where welding of parts to other fluoropolymers such as PFA or standard PTFE is required, e.g., fluid-handling systems.
    • Teflon® PTFE 7A Sheets, Rods and Tubes are made from a white powder with very small particle size. Its most unique feature is high bulk density. The small particle size of Teflon® PTFE 7A helps to minimize voids even at relatively low molding pressure. High bulk density increases the size of moldings possible from a given mold or press opening.

      Teflon® PTFE 7A is preferred for large moldings, such as billets, requiring optimum mechanical and electrical properties. It is also used in a mixture with fillers when they are added to modify the mechanical properties of moldings.

      Properly processed products made from neat Teflon® PTFE 7A provide the superior properties typical of the fluoropolymer resins: retention of properties after service at 260°C (500°F), useful properties at –240°C (–400°F), chemical inertness to nearly all industrial chemicals and solvents, and low friction and antistick surfaces. Dielectric properties are outstanding and stable with frequency and temperature. Molded products have moderate stiffness and high ultimate elongation.

      In a flame situation, products of Teflon® PTFE 7A resist ignition and do not themselves promote flame spread. When ignited by flame from other sources, their contribution of heat is small and with very little smoke.
    • Chemours® PTFE 7C is a white powder with very small particle size. Its most unique feature is the irregular, fibrous character of the particles. The small particle size of Chemours® PTFE 7C helps to minimize voids even at relatively low molding pressure. The fibrous particles promote good capture and uniform distribution of inorganic fillers when they are added to modify the mechanical properties of moldings. Chemours® PTFE 7C exhibits relatively high mold shrinkage.

      Chemours® PTFE 7C is preferred for moldings requiring optimum mechanical and electrical properties. Its relatively low bulk density limits the size of moldings from a given mold or press opening. It is often preferred for making filled compounds, especially with metal powders that are difficult to mix because of density differences.

      Properly processed products made from neat Chemours® PTFE 7C provide the superior properties typical of the fluoropolymer resins: retention of properties after service at 260°C (500°F), useful properties at –240°C (–400°F), chemical inertness to nearly all industrial chemicals and solvents, and low friction and antistick surfaces. Dielectric properties are outstanding and stable with frequency and temperature. Molded products have moderate stiffness and high ultimate elongation.

      In a flame situation, products of Chemours® PTFE 7C resist ignition and do not themselves promote flame spread. When ignited by flame from other sources, their contribution of heat is small and with very little smoke.
    • Chemours® PTFE 9B is a free-flowing white powder composed of premelted resin. It is designed for use in the ram extrusion process. Compared with other DuPont resins suitable for ram extrusion, Chemours® PTFE 9B provides outstanding resistance to charge fracture (poker-chipping) caused by excessive back-pressure during the extrusion of small-diameter rods, thin-wall tubing, and complicated profiles. Its' uniform particle characteristics make it well suited for difficult feeding conditions.

      Properly processed products made from neat Chemours® PTFE 9B provide the superior properties typical of the fluoropolymer resins: retention of properties after service at 260°C (500°F), useful properties at -240°C (-400°F), chemical inertness to nearly all industrial chemicals and solvents, and low friction and antistick surfaces. Dielectric properties are outstanding and stable with frequency and temperature.

      In a flame situation, products of Chemours® PTFE 9B resist ignition and do not themselves promote flame spread. When ignited by flame from other sources, their contribution of heat is small and with very little smoke. Note: Statements, or data, regarding behavior in a flame situation are not intended to reflect hazards presented by this or any other material when under actual fire conditions.
    • Coiltef™ Coiled FEP Tubing - Almost totally inert, COILTEF can be used with all industrial solvents, chemicals, and corrosive materials even at elevated temperatures. It does, however, react with fluorine, molten sodium hydroxide, and molten alkali metals. Fluoropolymer's non-stick property allows transport of viscous, sticky material without line clogging. It also offers outstanding aging resistance. COILTEF is manufactured through a fabrication process which heat sets the coils. The coils should remain stable up to 200° F. At higher temperatures the coils will begin to relax and lose their set. If the application involves elevated temperatures, in-house testing is recommended. COILTEF may be steam or chemically sterilized in-line with any industrial cleaner, solvent, or sterilizing method. Care should be taken with steam sterilization of COILTEF to prevent coil relaxation. Testing is recommended. COILTEF can be manufactured from .085" to 1/2" tubing ID. The coil diameter can be produced from 3/4" OD to 4" OD.

      APPLICATIONS:
      Chemical Hose - Deionized Water Transfer - Dispensing Systems - Laboratory - Medical - Paint Spray - Pure Air & Water Systems - Robotics
    • FEP & PFA films are fluoropolymer-based films that benefit from the ability to be thermoformed, heat-sealed, plastic-welded or bonded. PFA film is very similar to FEP, except its melting point (302°C to 310°C vs. FEP's melt range of 260°C to 280°C).PTFE is the most inert of all plastics and complies with US FDA regulations for safe use with food. FEP and PFA films possess superior anti-stick, low friction properties, as well as high dielectric strength (over 7000 volts per mil for 1 mil). No electrical tracking, non-wettable (hydrophobic), non-flammable, non-charring. We are proud to offer superior reliability & retention of properties over large areas of these films. This film is also available with adhesive for ease of installation in our tape section.
    • FluoroPro™ PCTFE(PolyChloroTriFluoroEthylene) is a fluorocarbon-based polymer and is commonly abbreviated PCTFE. PCTFE offers the unique combination of physical and mechanical properties, nonflammability, chemical resistance, near zero moisture absorption, and excellent electrical properties. These characteristics cannot be found in any other thermoplastic fluoropolymer with a useful temperature range of -400°F to +400°F. PCTFE also has extremely low outgassing, making it well suited for use in aerospace and flight applications.
    • Standard Extruded Rod Lengths are 6 Feet Long (1828mm) - rods can be cut as needed
    • Compression-Molded Rods are typically 1 Foot Long (305mm)
    • Halar® 902 - ECTFE Sheets and Rods
      Halar ECTFE is a partially fluorinated semi-crystalline polymer offering a unique combination of mechanical properties, thermal and chemical resistance with an outstanding ease of processability. Halar ECTFE, a copolymer of ethylene and chlorotrifluoroethylene, can bring advantages to the end user when compared to other fluoropolymers. It is a very versatile polymer, available in all forms to meet processing needs. Halar offers excellent resistance to abrasion, harsh chemicals, and permeation. Stocked in USA, Singapore & Taiwan warehouses.
    • Halar® is a registered tradename of Solvay Solexis.
    • Halar® 902 - Natural Color - AS SOLD ON THIS PAGE
    • Halar® 901 - Natural Color - DISCONTINUED
    • Note: Clear Halar® 453 has been discontinued.
    • AMETEK Shell & Tube Heat Exchangers made with fluoropoloymers are available in a wide variety of capacities and sizes to meet virtually any type of process heating or cooling requirement. With over 30 years experience, AMETEK is the world's largest producer of non-corroding heat exchangers, custom-designing solutions to customers' corrosive or high purity process problems. AMETEK Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers are available with tubing diameters ranging from 0.125 inches to 0.375 inches. Most units can be supplied with shells made of steel, steel-lined with PTFE, FRP, CPVC, polypropylene, or a variety of metals to meet specific application requirements. TEMA/ANSI end and nozzle connections are standard, with metric designs available.

      Available Models
      PV-4 Series (3 inch shell)
    • High thermal efficiency
    • Corrosion-resistant fluoropolymer construction
    • Unique bundle & baffle system
    • FEP or "Q" Series tubing
    • CPVC shell material

      30-Series Mid-Size (4 inch shell)
    • High thermal efficiency
    • Corrosion-resistant construction
    • Unique seal system
    • FEP or Q-Series tubing
    • Variety of shell materials

      30-Series Models 218, 525, and 1000
    • High thermal efficiency
    • Corrosion-resistance construction
    • Unique seal system
    • FEP or Q-Series tubing
    • PCTFE (Kel-F) fasteners includes screws, bolts, thumb screws, cap screws, nuts, washers, spacers, shoulder bushings, screw insulators, threaded rod and many other PCTFE items. PCTFE parts are manufactured to ANSI and DIN standards.

      Kel-F - PCTFE (PolyChloroTriFluoroEthylene) Kel F is a fluorocarbon-based polymer and is commonly abbreviated PCTFE. PCTFE offers the unique combination of physical and mechanical properties, nonflammability, chemical resistance, near zero moisture absorption, and excellent electrical properties. These characteristics cannot be found in any other thermoplastic fluoropolymer with a useful temperature range of -400°F to +400°F. PCTFE also has extremely low outgassing, making it well suited for use in aerospace and flight applications.
    • Custom prints for Kel-F PTCFE fasteners and components can be sent in all standard formats.
    • Kel-F (PCTFE) parts are used in the Semiconductor, Aerospace, Chemical and Electronics Instries.
    • Kel-F - PCTFE (PolyChloroTriFluoroEthylene) Kel F is a fluorocarbon-based polymer and is commonly abbreviated PCTFE. PCTFE offers the unique combination of physical and mechanical properties, nonflammability, chemical resistance, near zero moisture absorption, and excellent electrical properties. These characteristics cannot be found in any other thermoplastic fluoropolymer with a useful temperature range of -400°F to +400°F. PCTFE also has extremely low outgassing, making it well suited for use in aerospace and flight applications. Note: Kel-F® is a registered tradename of 3M Company. In 1996, 3M discontinued manufacturing of Kel-F & today, all PCTFE resin is manufactured by Daikin under the tradename of Neoflon ® or by Allied Signal under the tradename of Aclon ®. Kel-F is still the most commonly used tradename used to describe PCTFE.
    • Standard Extruded Rod Lengths are 6 Feet Long (1828mm) - rods can be cut as needed
    • Large Diameter Compression-Molded Rods & Tubes are typically 1 Foot Long (305mm)
    • Kynar ® Superflex ® PVDF Tubing.
      Kynar Superflex® 2500-20 PVDF, a flexible high-purity material tailored for use as flexible tubing and fittings for the chemical, pharmaceutical, semiconductor and pulp and paper industries. Kynar Superflex® resin allows easier processing and a larger processing window due to its relatively low melting point compared to most fluoropolymers. Kynar Superflex® copolymer has excellent chemical resistance to acids, bases and ozone due to its high fluorine content. Kynar Superflex® PVDF is also available formulated with smoke suppressants that make this fluoropolymer suitable for use in the wire and cable markets as a jacketing material.

      With a flexural modulus of 35,000 psi, this resin is approximately ten times more flexible than standard PVDF homopolymers. Additional features of Kynar Superflex® PVDF are its high finished product clarity, FDA compliance under CFR21 177.2600, excellent impact strength, pigment acceptance, resistance to doses of gamma radiation, and shore D hardness of 55-60.
    • Kynar® 740, an engineering thermoplastic that offers the stable characteristics of a fluoropolymer, as well as mechanical strength, abrasion resistance and high purity. Kynar® 740 PVDF sheets & rods also offer excellent chemical resistance, UV radiation resistance and low permeability. PVDF can be used in the semiconductor, pulp and paper, and pharmaceutical industries, as well as for nuclear waste, and chemical and food processing. Kynar® 740 sheets feature double-masked surface, fully traceable and verifiable resin, chemical-resistance, and UV-stability. Sheets measure 4 x 8 ft with thicknesses from 1/8–1 in. Sheet features tolerance consistency per ASTM D6713-01 and combustibility approvals by FM 4910, UL2360, and ASTM E84
    • Kynar® is a registered trademark of Elf Atochem
    • AMETEK Model PV-4 Series Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers are small, inexpensive units ideal for low flow processes. Their design maximizes the heat transfer performance of FEP or PFA, as well as "Q" Series fluoropolymer tubing.

      AMETEK PV-4 Heat Exchangers come in standard designs shown in this bulletin and can be custom designed to meet customers' special process needs. Contact AMETEK or your local agent for additional information.
    • PharmaFluor® FEP fluoropolymer tubing meets the demands of biopharmaceutical, medical and laboratory applications. Fluid integrity is an obvious area of concern in such applications; PharmaFluor® FEP is formulated to resist the absorption/adsorption of aqueous fluids, which minimizes the risk of fluid alteration in single or repeat use applications.

      PharmaFluor® FEP tubing has outstanding chemical and physical characteristics because processing occurs under stringently controlled conditions. In addition to being chemically inert, this tubing can be used in a broad range of temperatures, from -100°F to 400°F. It is also virtually unaffected by chemical sanitizers and cleaners and can be cleaned repeatedly without decreasing its service life.

      PharmaFluor® FEP complies fully with the requirements of USP Class VI and all current ISO standards, and has a Master File with the U.S Food and Drug Administration.

      Typical Applications:
    • Sterile filling and dispensing systems
    • Diagnostic equipment
    • General laboratory use
    • Cell and tissue culture transport
    • Analytical and process equipment in biotechnology, pharmaceutical and environmental fields
      Connections:
    • PharmaFluor® PFA fittings


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