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Managing Editor  | June 2017

Tip of the Week: Kynar and Chemicals


The Plastics eMarket quick Tip of the Week makes its return with more insight on the ins and outs of plastics manufacturing.

 

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Len Alter explains the chemicals to watch out for when working with Kynar.
(YouTube/Kamweld)

 

As before, the Tip of the Week is presented by media sponsor Kamweld Technologies, Inc. based in Norwood, Mass.

 

Kamweld Product Manager Len Alter is back to explain how Kynar (PVDF, polyvinylidene fluoride) can stand up to a number of corrosion-resistant chemicals, but not to sodium hydroxide (lye), acetone, diethylamine, or phosphoric acid.

 

One group of chemicals that Kynar does work well with is the halogens.

 

Learn more by watching the short video below:


Kamweld Intro

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