Fluoroplastics Volume 2 Melt Processible Fluoroplastics

This is the second of a two volume series of books about fluoroplastics. Volume 1 covers the non-melt processible homopolymers, requiring non-traditional processing techniques. Volume 2 is devoted to the melt-processible fluoropolymers, their polymerization and fabrication techniques including injection molding, wire, tube, and film extrusion, rotational molding, blow molding, compression molding, and transfer molding. Both a source of data and a reference, the properties, characteristics, applications, safety, disposal, and recycling of melt-processible fluoropolymers are comprehensively detailed for immediate use by today's practicing engineering and scientists in the plastics industry. Students will benefit from the book's arrangement and extensive references.

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  • Author : Sina Ebnesajjad
  • Publisher : William Andrew
  • Pages : 687 pages
  • ISBN : 0815517289
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Fluoroplastics, Volume 2: Melt Processible Fluoroplastics

Fluoroplastics, Volume 2: Melt Processible Fluoroplastics
  • Author : Sina Ebnesajjad
  • Publisher : William Andrew
  • Release : 30 October 2002
GET THIS BOOKFluoroplastics, Volume 2: Melt Processible Fluoroplastics

This is the second of a two volume series of books about fluoroplastics. Volume 1 covers the non-melt processible homopolymers, requiring non-traditional processing techniques. Volume 2 is devoted to the melt-processible fluoropolymers, their polymerization and fabrication techniques including injection molding, wire, tube, and film extrusion, rotational molding, blow molding, compression molding, and transfer molding. Both a source of data and a reference, the properties, characteristics, applications, safety, disposal, and recycling of melt-processible fluoropolymers are comprehensively detailed for immediate use by today's practicing

Fluoroplastics

Fluoroplastics
  • Author : Jiri Drobny
  • Publisher : iSmithers Rapra Publishing
  • Release : 25 October 2021
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Fluoropolymers were discovered accidentally by Plunkett in 1938. He was working on freon and accidentally polymerised tetrafluoroethylene. The result was polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE), more commonly known as Teflon. PTFE is inert to virtually all chemicals and is considered to be the most slippery material in existence - it has the lowest coefficient of friction of any known solid material. These properties have made it one of the most valuable and versatile technologies ever invented, contributing to significant advancements in areas such as

Fluoroplastics, Volume 2

Fluoroplastics, Volume 2
  • Author : Sina Ebnesajjad
  • Publisher : William Andrew
  • Release : 30 July 2015
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Fluoroplastics, Volume 2: Melt Processible Fluoropolymers - The Definitive User's Guide and Data Book compiles the working knowledge of the polymer chemistry and physics of melt processible fluoropolymers with detailed descriptions of commercial processing methods, material properties, fabrication and handling information, technologies, and applications, also including history, market statistics, and safety and recycling aspects. Both volumes of Fluoroplastics contain a large amount of specific property data useful for users to readily compare different materials and align material structure with end use

Fluoroplastics, Volume 1

Fluoroplastics, Volume 1
  • Author : Sina Ebnesajjad
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release : 31 October 2014
GET THIS BOOKFluoroplastics, Volume 1

Fluoroplastics, Volume 1, compiles in one place a working knowledge of the polymer chemistry and physics of non-melt processible fluoropolymers with detailed descriptions of commercial processing methods, material properties, fabrication and handling information, technologies, and applications. Also, history, market statistics, and safety and recycling aspects are covered. Both volumes contain a large amount of specific property data which is useful for users to readily compare different materials and align material structure with end use applications. Volume 1 concentrates mostly on polytetrafluoroethylene and

Fluoroplastics, Volume 1

Fluoroplastics, Volume 1
  • Author : Sina Ebnesajjad
  • Publisher : William Andrew
  • Release : 01 May 2000
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Today, a generational change is taking place in the fluoropolymer industry. The pioneers of PTFE developed an astonishing mass of basic and applied technical work. Now many of these experts are retiring and a new generation is taking their place. This new generation brings a plethora of skills, built upon the basic knowledge of fluoropolymer technology. Speaking to the needs of today's engineering and science students and practicing professionals, this book provides an in-depth treatment of homofluoropolymer polymerization and part

Technology of Fluoropolymers, Second Edition

Technology of Fluoropolymers, Second Edition
  • Author : Jiri George Drobny
  • Publisher : CRC Press
  • Release : 19 September 2008
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Fully revised and updated, this second edition continues to provide industrial chemists, technologists, and engineers with the most accurate, compact, and practical source on fluoropolymers (such as Teflon). Highlighting new industrial, military, medical, and consumer goods applications, this edition adds more detailed information on equipment and processing conditions. It explores breakthroughs in understanding property-structure relationships, new polymerization techniques, and the chemistry underlying novel polymers, such as melt-processable fluoroplastics. It also expands upon critical environmental aspects of fluoropolymers, including heat degradation,

Fluoroplastics

Fluoroplastics
  • Author : Jiri George Drobny
  • Publisher : Rapra Technology
  • Release : 25 October 2021
GET THIS BOOKFluoroplastics

Fluoropolymers were discovered accidentally by Plunkett in 1938. He was working on freon and accidentally polymerised tetrafluoroethylene. The result was polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE), more commonly known as Teflon. PTFE is inert to virtually all chemicals and is considered to be the most slippery material in existence OCo it has the lowest coefficient of friction of any known solid material. These properties have made it one of the most valuable and versatile technologies ever invented, contributing to significant advancements in areas such as

Handbook of Polymers for Electronics

Handbook of Polymers for Electronics
  • Author : George Wypych
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release : 01 March 2021
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Polymers used in electronics and electrical engineering are essential to the development of high-tech products, with applications in space, aviation, health, automotive, communication, robotics, consumer products, and beyond. Typical features of mainstream polymers such as mechanical performance, optical behavior, and environmental stability frequently need to be enhanced to perform in these demanding applications, creating the need to develop special grades or use completely new chemistry for their synthesis. Similarly, the typical set of properties included in the description of mainstream

Brydson's Plastics Materials

Brydson's Plastics Materials
  • Author : Marianne Gilbert
  • Publisher : William Andrew
  • Release : 27 September 2016
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Brydson's Plastics Materials, Eighth Edition, provides a comprehensive overview of the commercially available plastics materials that bridge the gap between theory and practice. The book enables scientists to understand the commercial implications of their work and provides engineers with essential theory. Since the previous edition, many developments have taken place in plastics materials, such as the growth in the commercial use of sustainable bioplastics, so this book brings the user fully up-to-date with the latest materials, references, units, and figures

The Effect of Temperature and other Factors on Plastics and Elastomers

The Effect of Temperature and other Factors on Plastics and Elastomers
  • Author : Laurence W. McKeen
  • Publisher : William Andrew
  • Release : 15 April 2014
GET THIS BOOKThe Effect of Temperature and other Factors on Plastics and Elastomers

This reference guide brings together a wide range of critical data on the effect of temperature on plastics and elastomers, enabling engineers to make optimal material choices and design decisions. The effects of humidity level and strain rate on mechanical and electrical properties are also covered. The data are supported by explanations of how to make use of the data in real world engineering contexts. High (and low) temperatures can have a significant impact on plastics processing and applications, particularly

Applications of Fluoropolymer Films

Applications of Fluoropolymer Films
  • Author : Jiri George Drobny
  • Publisher : William Andrew
  • Release : 24 January 2020
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Applications of Fluoropolymer Films: Properties, Processing, and Products presents an overview of fluoropolymer films, manufacturing methods, typical properties, and commercial grades for each type of fluoropolymer film. The second part of the book is uniquely focused on the applications of fluoropolymer films, with detailed information on their use in cutting-edge items across major industries, including aerospace and automotive, architectural, chemical processing, construction, consumer products, electronics, food packaging, pharmaceuticals and solar energy. Presents a focused approach on the practical applications of

Fluoroelastomers Handbook

Fluoroelastomers Handbook
  • Author : Jiri George Drobny
  • Publisher : William Andrew
  • Release : 27 April 2016
GET THIS BOOKFluoroelastomers Handbook

Fluoroelastomers Handbook: The Definitive User's Guide, Second Edition is a comprehensive reference on fluoroelastomer chemistry, processing technology, and applications. It is a must-have reference for materials scientists and engineers in the automotive, aerospace, chemical, chemical process, and power generation industries. Covering both physical and mechanical properties of fluoroelastomers, it is useful in addressing daily challenges in the use of these materials, as well as the challenges posed in long-term research and development programs. Since the publication of the previous edition