PVDF

Polyvinylidene Fluoride (PVDF), a Polymer with 59% w/w fluorine content, shows exceptional characteristics of mechanical, chemical and physical resistance, and thermal stability up to 140°C.

These pipes are made from extremely pure monomer (without addition of stabilizer plasticizer, lubricant or additives).

PVDF is a superior transmission channel option to other thermoplastics and metals, for a large range of chemicals and gases.

SOLEF® PVDF Pipes confirm ISO 10931.

Advantages

  • Internal & External corrosion resistance.
  • Chemical resistance to a wide range of chemicals (*see Chemical Resistance Data Sheet)
  • Continuous working temperature from -40°C up to 140°C
  • Higher Pressure bearing capacity [PN 16 to PN 25]
  • Fire Resistance [Limiting Oxygen Index: 44]
  • Tensile Strength: 580 Kg/cm 2
  • Low Friction Loss
  • Low Thermal Conductivity [0.2 W/m/°C]
  • Low Thermal Expansion [12×10-5 m/m°C]
  • Less wear resistance
  • No biological infestation / fungal growths
  • Maintenance-free
  • Easy and low installations costs
  • Immunity to galvanic or electrolytic corrosion
  • Leak-proof
  • Reliable performance across a long life