CHARACTERISTIC OF THE MATERIALS

PVDF (Polyvinylidene fluoride)

Good machanical resistance

Used in temperatures from - 40C to 140C

Chemical resistance to acids and their derivatives

Resistance to aging and to abrasion

Weldable and non-tosic

 

PVDF/CLR (Polyvinylidene fluoride, chlorine):

Beyond all the characteristics of the PVDF, it is resistant

to gaseous chlorine

 

PP (Polyprophylene):

Good machanical resistance 

I use with temperatures from -20C to 90C

Chemical resistance to acids and their derivatives

Chemical resistance to the alkaline substances and their derivatives

Weldable and non-toxic

 

PE (Polyethylene)

Discreet mechanical resistance 

Used in temperatures from -20C to 50C

Chemical resistance to acids and their derivatives

Chemical resistance to alkaline substances and their derivatives

Chemical resistance to dissolvents

 

PVC (Polyvinyl chloride)

Discreet mechanical resistance

Used in temperatures from - 10C to 60C

Resistant to bases and weak acids

 

PVC-C (Polyvinyl chloride,chlored)

Discreet mechanical resistance

I use with temperatures from -10C to 100C

Resistant to e bases and weak acids

 

PTFE (Polytetrafluoroethylene)

The anti-acid material

Usable within 250C

Its limits are the non-weldability and the insufficient 

mechanical resistance

Stickable within sure limits.

Non-toxic