|Place of Origin:||China|
|Model Number:||Everflon PFA E403|
Payment & Shipping Terms:
|Minimum Order Quantity:||25kg|
|Packaging Details:||plastic bag,hard paper carton package|
|Apperance:||Virgin Transparent Pellets||Package:||25kg/bag|
pfa plastic material,
PFA Resin / MFI 2-4 / Moulding and Extrusion Processing / Virgin Pellets
Properties of Everflon PFA Resins
Everflon® PFA fluoroplastic resins are processed by conventional melt-extrusion techniques and by injection, compression, rotational, transfer, and blow-molding processes. The high melt strength and heat stability of these resins permit the use of relatively large die openings and high-temperature draw-down techniques, which increase processing rates. Reciprocating screw injection molding machines are recommended. Corrosion-resistant metals should be used in contact with the molten resin. Long extruder barrels, relative to diameter, are used to provide residence time for heating the resin to 316° to 427°C (600° to 800°F).
Everflon® PFA is a perfluoroalkoxy copolymer resin available in pellet or powder. Everflon® PFA combines the processing ease of conventional thermoplastic resins with the excellent properties of Everflon® polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE).
Products manufactured from Everflon® PFA can offer continuous service temperatures up to 260°C (500°F). What's more, Everflon® PFA provides superior creep resistance at high temperatures, excellent low-temperature toughness, and exceptional flame resistance.
Data List of Everflon PFA E403
|Melt Flow Rate||g/10min 372℃||D2116||2-4|
|Melting Point||°C (°F)||D4591||260(500)|
Main Processing Way of Everflon PFA E403
The Everflon OFA E403 Granule is main for moulding and Extrusion processing.
Main Application of Everflon PFA E403
2. Moulding for Lining
Everflon® PFA is packaged in 25kg, single layer, plastic bags. For convenient shipment, orders of 1,000-kg pallets are recommended.
The properties of Everflon® PFA resins are not affected by storage time. Ambient storage conditions should be designed to avoid airborne contamination and water condensation on the resin when opening and emptying the packaging.