Only Chemours makes Teflon™ fluoropolymers. To be sure you'll get the performance benefits available with our fluoroplastics, specify them by name. Teflon™ AF, FEP, FFR, NXT, PFA, and PTFE, as well as Tefzel™ ETFE and Zonyl™ PTFE, are all products that are part of the Chemours fluoroplastics family.
ECCtreme™ ECA 3000 fluoroplastic resin is an industry-changing class of high-temperature perfluoroplastic (HTP) that combines the beneficial properties of typical perfluoroplastics with the potential capability to maintain operational performance under extreme temperatures (up to 300°C*) and extreme conditions. The first of its kind, ECCtreme™ ECA 3000 fluoroplastic resin addresses the demand for HTPs in sustainable energy production, particularly in wire and cable applications.
Teflon™ AF is a family of amorphous fluoroplastics. These materials are similar to other amorphous plastics in optical clarity and mechanical properties, including strength, and are comparable to other fluoroplastics in their performance over a wide range of temperatures, in having excellent chemical resistance, and in having outstanding electrical properties.
Teflon™ FEP film is a transparent, thermoplastic film that can be heat sealed, thermoformed, vacuum formed, heat bonded, welded, metalized, laminated-combined with dozens of other materials, and can also be used as an excellent hot-melt adhesive.
Chemours is pioneering innovations in the foaming of fluoroplastic resins in order to support the development of advanced TIA/EIA Category 6 and 10 gigabit (10G-BASE-T) communications cables, coaxial cables, and other cables where high data transmission ratios are required.
Teflon™ PFA film is a transparent, thermoplastic film that can be heat sealed, thermoformed, vacuum formed, heat bonded, welded, metallized, laminated (combined with dozens of other materials), and used as an excellent hot-melt adhesive.
Zonyl™ fluoroadditives are part of the Chemours family of fluoroplastics. They are white, free-flowing PTFE powders designed for use as additives in other materials or systems. They differ from PTFE granular resins and fine powders because of the very small particle size — typically in the range of 2 to 20 µm — low molecular weight and the way they are handled and processed.