Ethylene TetraFluoroEthylenes (ETFEs) are copolymers of ethylene and tetrafluoroethylene and are melt-processible.  The presence of hydrogen atoms in the structure makes ETFE resins harder polymers than their perfluorpolymers counterpart; however, they are chemically less resistant and less thermally stable.

ETFE resins exhibit excellent resistance to radiation. ETFE may be susceptible to oxidizers, esters, ketones, and chlorinated solvents but resists organic solvents, acids, and alkalis. PB24000 resins meet the requirement of ASTM D3159.

PBY Material Codes:

PB24002F - ETFE


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ETFE Properties

  • Chemically inert to a wide range of solvents and industrial chemicals

  • Exceptional dielectric insulation properties

  • Good abrasion resistance, rugged, and impact strength

  • Weldable

  • High outdoor weathering resistance

  • Heat sterilization resistant

  • Radiation resistant

Typical Applications

  • Pipe Linings and Pump Housings

  • Abrasive slurry impellers

  • Chemical Processing and fluid handling equipment.

  • Wet bench equipment

  • Oxygen respirator components

  • Mil, Defense Equipment

  • Food processing equipment

  • Radomes


This product meets ASTM D3159 Type I Grade 1 requirements.


PB24002F - Material Data Sheet

Spec. Summary
Property Test Method Units Typical Values
Color - - White
Specific Gravity ASTM D792 - 1.690 - 1.760
Hardness Shore D ASTM D2240 - 65 - 75
Tensile Strength, min. ASTM D3159 PSI [MPa] 5,500 [37.9]
Elongation at Break, min. ASTM D3159 % 275
Service Temperature High - °F [°C] 311 [155]
Service Temperature Low - °F [°C] -300 [-185]
Second Melt Peak Temp. ASTM D3418 °F [°C] 512 [267]
Glass Transition Temp. ASTM D3418 °F [°C] 266 [130]

Spec. Compliance



  • Wypych, George. Handbook of Polymers. 2nd Ed., ChemTec/Publishing, 2016.
  • Ebnesjjad, Sina. Fluoroplastics Vol1 & Vol2. 2nd Ed., Elsevier Inc., 2015.
  • Aerospace Materials Specifications for PTFE materials (AMS3678)
  • American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) Standards