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As one of the earliest known fluorine-based plastics, polychlortrifluorethylene is still unsurpassed in certain respects. Used preferentially in refrigeration engineering, this thermoplastic is especially suited to applications in which mechanical properties need to be retained over a wide temperature range down to near absolute zero. PCTFE’s special features are:
Temperature range from -250°C to +180°C PCTFE shrinks only by 1% when cooled from 23°C to -250°C.
Highly resistant to creep Comparison between PCTFE and other materials in terms of deformation under load
Resistance to ionizing radiation and strong UV radiation
Low permeability to gaseous and liquid media. Refer to the table
Some mechanical performance data Do your need more information on PCTFE? Send for our technical brochure here.
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