3M™ Dyneon™ PTFE TF 1620 is a semi-free flowing powder grade polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) that’s ideal for molding of billets for skived films of greater than 200 µm, shaped parts sheet stock and thinner walled articles. TF 1620 offers broad chemical resistance and an excellent operating temperature range from -328°F (-200°C) to 500°F (260°C).
3M™ Dyneon™ PTFE TF 1620 is ideal for molding of billets for skived films of greater than 200 µm, shaped parts, sheet stock and thinner walled articles. Dyneon PTFE TF 1620 is positioned between free flow and standard flow PTFE — and may allow the processor to use lower pressure than traditional free flowing powders.
Dyneon™ Polytetrafluoroethylene Product Comparison Guide
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