Hylar® PVDF for Coatings

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Hylar® 301F PVDF is a versatile engineering plastic with a balance of physical properties that qualify it for high performance service in a wide range of applications.

Performance

Hylar® PVDF coatings possess the characteristic stability of fluoropolymers when exposed to harsh thermal, chemical and ultraviolet environments.

Key features

  • Stability at temperatures up to 316°C
  • Excellent chemical resistance
  • Excellent weather resistance
  • Suitable for coating of metallic and fabric or fiber reinforced laminates

Hylar® 301F technical data sheet


Processing

Hylar® 301F PVDF is used to produce a dispersion coating that can be applied to metal substrates and baked at high temperatures to produce a smooth film.


Applications

Hylar® 301F is a high melt viscosity PVDF grade for non-architectural coatings such as chemical process equipment, automotive underbody, fasteners and brake tubes applications or for industries where exposure to highly corrosive chemicals and elevated temperatures is standard.

Typical Properties

PropertyTest MethodUnitsHylar® 301F
Density at 23°CASTM D792g/cm(lb/ft3)1.75 - 1.77
(109 - 110)
Water absorptionASTM D570%0.02
Melt viscosity at 232°C,
100 s-1
ASTM D3835poise29,000 - 33,000
Dispersion Coating Properties
Hegman Grind (Dispersion)ASTM D1210 5.5
Gloss, 60°ASTM 523 25
Thermal Properties
DSCASTM D3418  
Melting point °C (°F)160 (320)
Heat of fusion J/g (BTU/lb)40 (17)
Crystallizing point °C (°F)124 (255)
Crystallization heat J/g (BTU/lb)44 (19)
Specific heat at 23°C J/g-K (BTU/lb-°F)1.3 (0.32)
Thermal Events
Thermal stability,
1% mass loss, Air
TGA°C (°F)375 (707)
Thermal stability,
1% mass loss, N2
TGA°C (°F)410 (770)