Content - PVDF

PVDF Program (polyvinylidenefluoride)
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The chemically resistant material for high standards

  • Unions, valves, couplings
  • Ø 4 - 16 mm
  • max. 10 bar
  • -40°C to +100°C
  • for aggressive air, gases and liquids in an aggressive environment
  • e.g. in laboratories, process engineering, biotechnology, medical and laboratory technology

Characteristics, speciality

- easy and fast to install
- extensive product range
- high resistance to chemicals

Primarily designed for connecting tubes and hoses especially with aggresive media or in aggressive environment.

Polyvinylidenefluoride PVDF is especially resistant to corrosives and aliphatic, aromatic and chlorinated hydrocarbons, carboxylic acids, alcohol and mercaptanes hydrocarbons. PVDF is not resistant to alkaline amines, alkalis and alkaline metals.

Resistance to chemicals
For details regarding resistance to chemicals see appendix. This information does not claim to be complete. The absence of information referring to chemicals and temperatures is not to be regarded as a statement of their suitability. This should be tested in each individual case under operational conditions.

Nominal pressure PN
10 bar at +23°C (safety factor of 3)

Temperature range
-40°C to +100°C

Tubes to use
Tolerance complying tubes and hoses with clean surface and uniform wall thickness. See also chapter on tubes and hoses.

Polyvinylidene fluoride (PVDF) complies with the CFR* 21, § 177.2510 of FDA (Food and Drug Administration, USA) and can be unsed in contact with food.
*Code of Federal Regulations

Pressure coefficient % of PN