ETFE Resin Moulding Process
ETFE Resin Moulding Process HY49020 Ethylene tetrafluoroethylene (ETFE) is a fluoroplastic. It is designed to have high corrosion resistance and strength in a wide range of temperature..ETFE is a polymer. The name is poly (ethylene tetrafluoroethylene).ETFE with high melting temperature,...
ETFE Resin Moulding Process HY49020
Ethylene tetrafluoroethylene (ETFE) is a fluoroplastic. It is designed to have high corrosion resistance and strength in a wide range of temperature..ETFE is a polymer. The name is poly (ethylene tetrafluoroethylene).ETFE with high melting temperature, excellent chemical, electrical and high-energy radiation resistance. When burning, ETFE releases hydrogen fluoride. Acid.
Tensile Strength (MPa)
Elongation at break(%)
Compressive strength (MPa)
coefficient of dynamic friction
Continuous highest use temperature(°C)
HDT (°C) (18.5kg/cm2)
coefficient of linear expansion*105(K-1)
Insulation destruction voltage (0.2mm)(MV/m)
Dielectric Loss Tangent(tanδ)(X106Hz)
The combustion mode of ETFE is the same as that of other fluoropolymers. HF is highly corrosive and toxic. Therefore, it is necessary to be careful that the ETFE film is self-cleaning (due to its non-adhesive surface) and recoverable. It is easily pierced by sharp edges, so it is mainly used on the roof.  as a film of the roof, it can be stretched (up to three times as much) if some size change occurs (for example, due to thermal expansion, it will still be tensioned. With hot welding, tear can be assembled into a larger panel with a patch or multiple sheets. The tensile strength of the resin is about 42 MPa(6100, and the operating temperature ranges from 89 K to 423 K (185 °C to 150 °C or 300 °F to 300 °F).ETFE resin). Accelerated weathering tests (equivalent to 30 years of exposure) show little sign of film degradation.
HY49020 is ideal for many end products, including electrical components, such as sleeving, coil forms, sockets, connectors, and switches; lab ware, such as tubing, valves, containers, and dishes; battery or instrument components that require chemical inertness; chemical service items, such as valve components, seal glands, pipe plugs, and corrugated tubing and film