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ETFE: Ethylene tetrafluoroethylene, ETFE, a fluorine based plastic, was designed to have high corrosion resistance and strength over a wide temperature range. ETFE is a polymer and its source-based name is poly. ETFE has a relatively high melting temperature, excellent chemical, electrical and high energy radiation resistance properties. When burned ETFE releases hydrofluoric acid.

  • also known as Etileno Tetrafluoretileno, ЭТФЭ, Etylen/tetrafluoroetylen, E/TFE, Etylen-tetrafluoroetylen

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Google previewMechanical and Corrosion-Resistant Properties of Plastics and Elastomers (2000)

by Philip A. Schweitzer

ETFE (Ethylenetetrafluorethylenel ETFE is an alternating copolymer of ethylene and tetrafluorethylene sold by DuPont under...

Physical and Mechanical Properties ETFE is a rugged thermoplastic with an outstanding balance of properties.

Google previewFluorinated Coatings and Finishes Handbook (2015)

The Definitive User's Guide by Laurence W. McKeen

ETFE Copolymers ETFE is a copolymer of ethylene and TFE (Figure 1.11). The basic molecular ...

Google previewDesign and Construction of High-performance Homes (2013)

Building Envelopes, Renewable Energies and Integrated Practice by Franca Trubiano

ETFE film and the diffusion oflight Known by its chemical appellation ethylene -tetrafluoroethylene, ETFE is a copolymer film most commonly used in the construction of large-scale atria and stadia. As previously described in Chapter 1.2, the ...

Google previewModeling, Identification and Simulation of Dynamical Systems (1994)

by P. P. J. van den Bosch, A. C. van der Klauw

is called the Empirical Transfer Function Estimate (ETFE). This name was introduced by Ljung (1987). The double hat denotes that the ETFE is a very rough estimate of the transfer function. This can be explained from the ...

Google previewEffect of Temperature and other Factors on Plastics and Elastomers (2008)

by Laurence W. McKeen

ETFE is a fluoroplastic with excellent electrical and chemical properties. It also has excellent mechanical properties. ETFE is specially suited for uses requiring high mechanical strength, chemical, thermal, and/or electrical properties.

Google previewFatigue and Tribological Properties of Plastics and Elastomers (2009)

by Laurence W. McKeen

ETFE is a fluoroplastic with excellent electrical and chemical properties. It also has excellent mechanical properties. ETFE is especially suited for uses requiring high mechanical strength, chemical, thermal, and/or electrical properties.

Google previewCorrosion of Polymers and Elastomers (2006)

by Philip A. Schweitzer, P.E.

Ethylene Tetrafluoroethylene (ETFE) ETFE is an alternating copolymer of ethylene and tetrafluoroethylene by duPont under the tradename of Tefzel and has the following structural formula: H H C H H C H F C H F C ETFE is a ...

Google previewOver the Counter Pharmaceutical Formulations (2012)

by David D. Braun

Category: Fluoropolymer General Description: ETFE is a related copolymer to.

Google previewIntegrating Innovation in Architecture (2017)

Design, Methods and Technology for Progressive Practice and Research by Ajla Aksamija

ETFE is a combustible material; however, its flammability is inherently low because of the presence of fluorine in its ...

Google previewThe Effect of Long Term Thermal Exposure on Plastics and Elastomers (2013)

by Laurence W. McKeen

ETFE is a fluoroplastic with excellent electrical and chemical properties. It also has excellent mechanical properties. ETFE is especially suited for uses requiring high mechanical strength, chemical, thermal, and/or electrical properties.

Google previewCorrosion of Linings & Coatings (2006)

Cathodic and Inhibitor Protection and Corrosion Monitoring by Philip A. Schweitzer, P.E.

ETFE is a rugged thermoplastic. It is less dense, tougher, stiffer ...

Google previewHandbook of Thermoplastic Piping System Design (1997)

by Thomas Sixsmith, Reinhard Hanselka

ETFE is a tough plastic with good tensile strength, high impact resistance, and is more like the conventional engineering plastics than softer fluoropolymers. It lacks the full chemical resistance properties of PTFE since it is predominantly ...

Google previewFabric Structures in Architecture (2015)

by J Llorens

ETFE is a partially fluorinated polymer (which contains fluorine), a plastic material designed to have high corrosion resistance in a great spectrum of temperatures. The ETFE cushions are inflated by a suitable machine that increases or ...

Google previewPlastics Materials and Processes (2003)

A Concise Encyclopedia by Charles A. Harper, Edward M. Petrie

ethylene- tetrafluoroethylene copolymer (ETFE) ETFE is a copolymer of ethylene and ...

Google previewFluoroplastics, Volume 2: Melt Processible Fluoroplastics (2002)

The Definitive User's Guide by Sina Ebnesajjad

Commercial ETFE is an equimolar copolymer of ethylene and tetrafluoroethylene (1:1 ratio) and is isomeric with polyvinylidene fluoride. ETFE has a higher melting point than PVDF and a lower dissipation factor[52] because of its special chain ...

Google previewTensile Surface Structures (2009)

A Practical Guide to Cable and Membrane Construction by Michael Seidel

ETFE is a copolymer in thermoplastic form, whose ...

Google previewComprehensive Biomaterials (2015)

by Paul Ducheyne, Kevin Healy, Dietmar E. Hutmacher, David W. Grainger, C. James Kirkpatrick

ETFE is a copolymer of monomers TFE and ...

Google previewConstruction Materials Reference Book (2013)

by David Doran, Bob Cather

ETFE is a thermoplastic resin, available in powder or pellet form for moulding; it may be coloured to specification. The stock material is sold as sheet, rod and tubing. Fillers include glass and carbon fibres. 25.5 Typical physical properties of ...

Google previewEncyclopedia and Handbook of Materials, Parts and Finishes, Third Edition (2016)

by Mel Schwartz

ETFE. The following three fluoroplastics are melt processable. Perfluoroalkoxy ( PFA) can be injectionmolded, extruded, and rotationally molded. Compared to FEP, PFA has slightly greater mechanical properties at temperatures over 150°C ...

Google previewPolymer Science Dictionary (2017)

by Mark Alger

Tradenames Aflon, Dyneon ETFE, Fluon, Halon ET, Halon ETFE, Hostaflon ET, Hostaflon FEP, Neoflon ET, Neoflon ETFE and Tefzel. A largely ...

Google previewPolymer Technology Dictionary (2012)

by A. Whelan

Techmore ETFE Du Pont Tefzel ETFE Hoechst/Hoechst Celanese HOStaflon FEP ETP Du Pont Bexloy ETP-FR Ferro Starflam ETP-GF Ferro Starglas EVA Bayer Levapren EVA Du Pont Elvax EVA Elf Atochem S.A. Evatane EVA Enichem ...

Google previewPolymeric Materials Encyclopedia, Twelve Volume Set (1996)

by Joseph C. Salamone

Ethylene-Tetrafluoroethylene Copolymers (ETFE) Copolymerization of TFE with an equimolar amount of ethylene produces a material intermediate in properties between the two homopolymers. Melt processability, modulus, and strength are ...

Google previewThe Rhyming Dictionary of the English Language (1902)

In which the Whole Language is Arranged According to Its Terminations : with a Copious Introduction to the Various Uses of the Work, and an Index of Allowable Rhymes, with Authorities for Their Usage from Our Best Poets by John Walker

Shecjts'etfe A modest diffident look, a. Lge See Lle. Pye Sen Pie. Matfpge See Magpic. Bge A coarse black kind of bread- corn, ...

Google previewCondensed Encyclopedia of Polymer Engineering Terms (2012)

by Nicholas P Cheremisinoff

PS Polyphenylene Sulfide Ionomer FEP, PFA,TFE film ETFE CPVC Cellulosic Compounds ASA/PC alloy Company Ato Haas Schulman BASF DOW G.E. Himont Dow Amoco Atochem Uniroyal ...

Google previewDictionary of Zoo Biology and Animal Management (2013)

by Paul A. Rees

ethylene tetrafluoroethylene (ETFE) A fluorocarbonbasedpolymer, usedfor exhibit roofs and other structures, which allows the ...

Google previewMidline Medical Dictionary (2002)

by P. S. Rawat

ETFE, HHeafa, flat, Hršt, ga. Herbivora. Eating vegetation; herbivorous. HTRE"Taft, a TGR'if it STă ăTGTI Herbivorous. See Herbivora.

Google previewThe Polymer Lexicon (1998)

Acronyms and Abbreviations Used in the Rubber and Plastics Industries by Vernon Beddoes

Suppliers ETCH 2-Chlorocthanol Ethylene chlorohydrin ETE Engineering thermoplastic elastomer Perfluorethylene propylene terpolymer ETER Eplehlorohydrin-ethylene oxide- allyiglycldyl ether terpolymer ETFE Copolymer of ethylene and ...

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