|Extrusion T°||280 – 290 °C|
|Plate T°||80 – 100 °C|
|Diameter||1.75 & 2.85 mm +/- 50µm|
|Linear mass||2.40 g/m @ Ø 1.75 mm|
6,38 g/m @ Ø 2.85 mm
|Density||1.79 g/cm3 (ISO 1183)|
|Elong. at Break||200 – 750 %|
|Water absorption||0% (after 24h submersion)|
|T° Fusion||170 – 180 °C|
|Flamability||V-0 at 1.5mm UL 94|
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This semi-crystalline polymer allows for the creation of networks able to transport solvents, hydrocarbons, acids, and bases. Able to polarize under constraint, PVDF is also commonly used in electric applications such as batteries.
- High chemical resistance
- Low friction coefficient
- Usuable up to 160 °C
Chemical resistant PVDF filtering funnel
- PVDF is a hydrophopic polymer and thus does not require any particular protection from moisture during storage. Nor does it needs to be dehydrated before printing.
- To prevent large prints from retracting from the build plate, an adhesive is recommended.
- Extrusion temperature : 280 – 290 °C
- Plate temperature : 80 – 100 °C
Health and Safety
- We recommend printing Nanovia PVDF in a room equipped with air extraction or by using appropriate breathing equipment.
- Do not extrude at temperatures above 330 °C, risk of VOC creation.
- Wearing standard safety equipment during the post treatment of prints made with Nanovia PVDF is recommended.
Spools are packed in individual boxes. sous-vide with desiccant. Spools are equipped with both a material traciblity and a production series number.
Other sizes available up to 25kg on demand.