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.
Hylar® PVDF coatings possess the characteristic stability of fluoropolymers when exposed to harsh thermal, chemical and ultraviolet environments.
- 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 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.
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.
|Property||Test Method||Units||Hylar® 301F|
|Density at 23°C||ASTM D792||g/cm3 (lb/ft3)||1.75 - 1.77
(109 - 110)
|Water absorption||ASTM D570||%||0.02|
|Melt viscosity at 232°C,
|ASTM D3835||poise||29,000 - 33,000|
|Dispersion Coating Properties|
|Hegman Grind (Dispersion)||ASTM D1210||5.5|
|Gloss, 60°||ASTM 523||25|
|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)|
1% mass loss, Air
|TGA||°C (°F)||375 (707)|
1% mass loss, N2
|TGA||°C (°F)||410 (770)|