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3M™ Dyneon™ Perfluoroelastomer – THE defender protects your investment

 3M™ Dyneon™ Perfluoroelastomers (FFKM)

02. Sep. 2014

If classic FKM does not meet your needs anymore, you have to think about a real alternative: Dyneon’s FFKM! Watch why!

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Textile architecture for the stadium of Athletic Bilbao

 The new stadium “San Mames” in Bilbao is covered with a 37,500 square metre foil shell made from 3M™ Dyneon™ ETFE, © IASO

27. Aug. 2014

Our innovative materials are increasing scope for architects worldwide. Conceptual designs of public buildings and world class stadia are nowadays realised by foil shells made from 3M Dyneon ETFE. Image © IASO

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APEO-free 3M™ Dyneon™ PTFE Dispersion TF 5035GZ for Cook- and Bakeware

 The new 3M Dyneon PTFE Dispersion TF 5035GZ is ideal for formulating non-stick metal coating systems.

08. Jul. 2014

Let us introduce an innovative non-stick coating solution! After launching products made without APFO back in 2008, this is another important milestone in our commitment to using sustainable formulations.

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Porto Alegre: Scoring goals surrounded by palm leaves

 The stadium in Porto Alegre is located on the banks of the river Guaíba. The shell consists of 57.000 sqm Fibreglass membranes coated with 3M Dyneon PTFE.

01. Jul. 2014

Fibreglass membranes coated with 3M Dyneon PTFE form this new leafy lighted roof and facade construction of the soccer stadium Estádio Beira-Rio on the banks of the river Guaíba.

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Arena da Amazônia in Manaus: Kick-off at the equator

12. Jun. 2014

Fibreglass membranes coated with 3M Dyneon PTFE protect players and spectators from the tropical sun. The new stadium is located very close to the equator and provides through its lightweight textile architecture the best possible protection from the sun and optimum ventilation. Copyright M. Bredt

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3M™ Dyneon™ Perfluoroelastomer PFE 7502BZ meets FDA standards

05. May. 2014

Good news for the food and pharma industry: 3M Dyneon Perfluoroelastomer PFE 7502BZ has passed the scrutiny of the US safety regulators.

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Up-Cycling of Fluoropolymers at the IndustrialGreenTec 2014 in Hannover

04. Apr. 2014

We will present an innovative Up-Cycling process of recovering monomers from fluoropolymer waste at the IndustrialGreenTec, which is part of the Hannover Fair taking place from April 7th - 11th 2014 in Hannover, Germany.

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Fluoropolymer Up-Cycling Pilot Plant: Shell of the Building Completed

14. Feb. 2014

We are now concentrating on completing the interior construction. Check out when we will start up the plant and what materials will initially be processed.

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 3M™ Dynamar™ Polymer Processing Additives (PPAs) prevent shark skin

There are multiple technical problems facing the film extrusion industry, many of which 3M™ Dynamar™ Polymer Processing Additives (PPAs) and our connected services can help to solve. Watch how!

 
 3M™ Dynamar™ Polymer Processing Additives (PPAs) prevent shark skin

Valves that control the flow of corrosive chemicals are often lined with the fluorpolymer PFA. Did you ever wonder how the lining is applied? We can show you...

 
 3M™ Dynamar™ Polymer Processing Additives (PPAs) prevent shark skin

Many industries are forced to handle, transport or pipeline corrosive chemicals. Let us show you how to protect your investments.

 
 Picture of Dyneon's Up-Cycling Loop

New brochure available! Why Up-Cycling perfluoropolymers? This brochure will show you the benefits for all parties involved, if fully perfluorinated polymers (PFPs) are Up-Cycled instead of disposed of. To find out how we do it and how you can contribute to saving resources and cost...

 

Dyneon's New Compounding Technology

04. Sep. 2013

Remarkable low permeation, improved resistance to friction and wear as well as smoother finishes.

Outstanding sealing reliability in the toughest environments

02. Sep. 2013

Perfluoroelastomers (FFKM) are elastomeric materials with a fully fluorinated backbone. The C-F bond is the strongest in organic chemistry and this feature, in combination with innovative crosslinking technology at the curing stage, provides these materials with their outstanding performance characteristics. Click on the headline to find out more about our latest specialist material applications HeatShield and ChemShield.

Energy efficient primer-free FKM - PA 46 composites

01. Sep. 2013

Making a lighter, very viable alternative to metal and metal-elastomer composite materials for the automotive industry.

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