PolyVinyliDene Fluoride (PVDF) is a melt-processable homopolymer with a recommended upper continuous use temperature of 150°C (302°F). PVDF exhibits excellent mechanical strength and toughness, stiffness, high dielectric strength, abrasion resistance, creep resistance, high purity, chemical inertness, low flammability, and low moisture absorption.

These properties make PVDF a preferred product in applications, such as gaskets, pipes, fittings, valves, and pump parts for the semiconductor and chemical processing industry. Our PB22000 materials meet the requirements of D6713.

PBY Material Codes:

PB22000K - PVDF

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PVDF Spec. Summary

Property Test Method Units PVDF
Color - - Light Brown
Specific Gravity ASTM D792 - 1.730 - 1.810
Hardness Shore D ASTM D2240 - 72 - 83
Tensile Strength, min. ASTM D6713 PSI [MPa] 6,500 [45]
Elongation at Break, min. ASTM D6713 % 25
Service Temperature High - °F [°C] 302 [150]
Service Temperature Low - °F [°C] -20 [-29]
Second Melt Peak Temp. ASTM D3418 °F [°C] 350 [177]
Glass Transition Temp. ASTM D3418 °F [°C] -29 [-34]

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PVDF Tubes

PVDF Sheets

PVDF Material Properties

  • Exceptional chemical resistance

  • High mechanical strength

  • Piezoelectric and pyroelectric properties

  • High purity

  • Easy to weld using thermoplastic welding equipment

  • Flame resistant

  • Abrasion resistant

Typical Applications for PVDF Plastics

  • Static and light duty dynamic applications

  • High voltage electrical connectors

  • Pure water production

  • Laser technology

  • Chemical engineering

PVDF Requirements

PB22000K meets ASTM D6713 Type 1 Class 1 Grade 1 requirements.

PVDF Material Data Sheet Downloads

PB22000K - Material Data Sheet

PVDF Spec. Compliance

ASTM D6713 T1 C1 G1


  • 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