PVDF Rod Manufacturer and Supplier

MCP Engineering Plastics Limited are PVDF Rod suppliers and PVDF Rod manufacturers.

PVDF or Polyvinylidene Fluoride is a semi-crystalline structured, highly inert, tough and stable thermoplastic fluoropolymer. PVDF Rod has a melting point of 175°C and service temperatures of up to 150°C. Its properties consist of excellent chemical resistance, high crystallinity with good thermal stability, without sacrificing on other mechanical properties like most other materials in the same family. PVDF Rod compliments PEEK and Polyamide as one of the best radiation resistance plastics available.

Sold under various brand names, but most commonly recognised as Kynar™. It can be manufactured with supplemented additives and melt flow rates, to increase the processing capabilities and heighten properties for specific applications. PVDF Rod is a versatile material that can be used in chemical applications, FDA applications and some demanding applications.

Typical applications of components machined from PVDF Rod include; medical packings, anti-corrosion linings and corrosion resistant machined components.

Key Features of PVDF Sheet include:

  • High permanent operating temperature (140°C)
  • Near zero moisture absorption
  • Good chemical resistance
  • Good resistance to hydrolysis
  • UV resistant
  • Radiation resistant
  • Good electrical insulator
  • Good mechanical strength compared to other fluoropolymers
  • Good dimensional stability
  • Suitable for a wide range of applications
  • Available with modifications to make electrically conductive
  • Available with carbon fibre reinforcement
  • FDA approved.

MCP Engineering Plastics Limited, based on the Hertfordshire and Essex County border, are an established and experienced PVDF Rod supplier and manufacturer to a range of industries throughout the UK. We have a wide range of filled materials, in all sizes, ready for despatch, ex-stock.

For further technical information on our range of PVDF Rod specifications, please view our Materials pages page and Technical Data Sheets pages.

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