PVDF is a high-performance fluoropolymer known for its exceptional chemical resistance, mechanical properties, and thermal stability. Compared to other fluoropolymers, PVDF offers easier melt processing due to its relatively low melting point of around 338°F (170°C). This versatile polymer finds applications across a wide range of industries, including chemical processing, semiconductor manufacturing, automotive, construction, and aerospace.

Colours: natural


  1. Chemical Resistance
  2. Thermal Stability
  3. Mechanical Properties
  4. Weatherability
  5. Electrical Properties
  6. Low Flammability

Application areas:

  • PVDF is commonly used in various forms such as films, coatings, pipes, tubes, fittings, membranes, and wire insulation. Its versatility and unique properties make it an ideal choice for challenging industrial applications where performance and reliability are critical.