Polyvinylidene Fluoride Film (PVDF Film)

PVDF Film is a Fluoropolymer film that has excellent chemical resistance, and outstanding weathering characteristics.

PVDF Film Brand Names

  • Kynar® PVDF Film
  • Norton® PVDF Film

Characteristics of PVDF Film

  • Excellent weatherability
  • Chemically resistant
  • Inert

Common Applications of PVDF Film

  • Thermoformed components
  • Heat sealed bags
PropertyTest MethodTypical Value
  English unitsSI Units
Available Thickness Range-3 – 10 mil76 - 254µm
Max. Operating Temp.-265ºF130°C
Melt PointASTM D-3418345ºF174°C
Dielectric Strength, 1milASTM D-1494000 V/mil160 kV/mm
Dielectric Constant, 1kHzASTM D-1508.2 - 108.2 - 10
Specific GravityASTM D-7921.781.78
Tensile Strength, BreakASTM D-6385000 - 7200 psi35 - 50 MPa
Kynar® is a registered trademark of Arkema. Norton® is a registered trademark of Saint-Gobain.
Note: The information displayed on the Welch Fluorocarbon, Inc. website should be utilized for evaluation and reference purposes only, and should not be used as a definitive source. It is the user’s responsibility to test the suitability of any material for their particular end use.

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