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Teflon® FEP Resin and Film


Teflon® FEP is a fluorinated ethylene propylene resin that meets the ASTM Standard Specification for FEP—Fluorocarbon Molding and Extrusion Materials under ASTM Designation D2116-95a. It is available as pellets or as stabilized aqueous dispersions. Applications for this family of resins include coating, melt extrusion, and impregnating. Products made from Teflon® FEP are known for their excellent chemical resistance, superior electrical properties, and high service temperatures of up to 200°C (392°F). In addition, Teflon® FEP provides outstanding low-temperature toughness and unique flame resistance.

Teflon® FEP fluoroplastic resins are processed by conventional melt-extrusion techniques and by injection, compression, transfer, and blow-molding processes.

The high melt strength and draw-down capability of these resins facilitate the use of large dies and draw-down tooling to increase production rates. Equipment in contact with molten resin should be made of corrosion-resistant metals.

Larger length-over-diameter extruder barrels are used to provide enough residence time at high production rates to melt these high-temperature polymers. Reciprocating screw injection molding machines are recommended.

Teflon® FEP Grade Resin Characteristics
100 General purpose resin with a medium melt flow rate. Wire and cable insulation, small tubing and injection molded parts.
106 This is a high productivity grade of Teflon® FEP. Small diameter, thin wall wire and cable insulations. Intricate or thin wall parts made by injection molding. 
9302 Excellent combination of viscosity and high stress crack resistance. Extruded or moulded components for the chemical industry. Jackets for wire and cable applications demanding a high degree of stress crack resistance.
CJ 95 Specifically designed for plenum cable jacketing. Telecommunication cable jacketing 
CJ 99 Specifically designed for applications that demand a high degree of stress-crack resistance. Wide range of wire sizes, in a wide range of wall thicknesses, and is suitable as a jacketing resin 


Premier high melt flow resin, designed to have improved dissipation factor at high frequencies, and to have significant plateout resistance in melt extrusion. Small diameter, thin wall wire and cable insulation; industrial film; and intricate or thin wall parts made by injection moulding.
9475  High melt flow resin. Small diameter, thin wall wire and cable insulation.
9835  Medium melt flow resin, designed to have improved adhesion to copper wire under specific wireline process conditions. Small diameter, thin wall wire and cable insulation; industrial film; and intricate or thin wall parts made by injection moulding. 
9819FL  Specialty resin available as a loosely compacted fluff. Special application processes requiring even dispersion of fluoroplastic resin in a matrix.

FEPD 121 

Dispersion composed of approximately 54% FEP dispersed in water. Contains a nonionic wetting agent and stabilizer. Fabric and film coating; heat sealable top coatings for PTFE coated fabrics used for belting, circuit boards or electrical insulation, cast film and as hot melt adhesive for bonding molded PTFE or FEP



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.

This wide variety of fabrication possibilities combines with important properties to offer a unique balance of capabilities not available in any other plastic film.

»  View the Teflon® FEP Film Properties Bulletin [.pdf]  

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