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Lining Valves with Plastics - How does Transfer Moulding work?

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20. Oct. 2013

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3M™ Dyneon™ Fluoroplastic PFA is characterised by its almost universal chemical inertness. Dyneon PFA is the fluorothermoplastic closest in its product properties to PTFE products. Being a fluorothermoplastic, it can be processed with different moulding techniques.

One of them being transfer moulding, the technique applied to line the inside of a valve with PFA.

If you ever wondered how the inside of a valve gets lined with a thermoplastic watch our movie below!

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