MFA LATEX - Typical Properties
|HYFLON MFA is a perfluorinated thermoplastic
copolymer of tetrafluoroethylene (TFE) and an appropriate perfluorinated
vinylether (PFVE). HYFLON MFA derives its outstanding thermal and
chemical resistance from the extremely strong carbon-fluorine bond.
It has the advantage over PTFE of being a fully melt processable fluoropolymer
(without any reduction of chemical properties). Therefore, it is possible
to obtain coatings with very smooth surfaces.
MFA Latex is an MFA aqueous dispersion which can be applied on
substrates by air gun or by impregnation by obtaining a polymer
wall thickness in the range of 50 - 150 µm. Ausimont has developed
an MFA latex for thin anti-stick coatings with a viscosity of 5
- 8 g/10'.
MFA dispersions can be used in their original
form or in combination with a suitable primer which improves adhesion
strength to the metal surface. It is suggested to use the same primers
utilized for PTFE and PFA.
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