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Algoflon® L & Polymist® PTFE Micronized Powders 

Algoflon® L and Polymist® micronized powders are a family of PTFE powders specially developed for use as additives in other materials. They are finely divided, low molecular weight PTFE powders used to enhance processing or end-use performance properties of host products and base resins. Even at low percentages the use of these micronized powders will impart some of the properties of PTFE to the host material.

 
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Polymist® and Algoflon® L PTFE micronized powders are free flowing powders used as additives in a wide range of materials such as thermoplastics, coatings and paints, inks, elastomers and lubricants (i.e., greases, oils, dry lubricants) to enhance processing or end-use performance characteristics.

Algoflon® L PTFE Typical Properties

Property Units L100 L101-1 L203 L206
Color   White White White White
Specific surface area m2/g >20 >14 >7.5 >7.5
Average particle size D50 µm 20.0 3.5 6.0 5.0
Bulk density g/L 325 325 325 325
First melting point °C 325±5 330±5 330±5 330±5
Melt flow index
@372°C, 10 kg,
2.09 mm die
g/10′ - 0.2 1.2 0.8
Melt flow index
@380°C, 3 kg,
1 mm die
g/10′ 35 - - -

Polymist® PTFE Typical Properties

Properties Units F-5A F5-AEX F-284 XPP-511 XPP-513
Color   White White White White Gray
Specific surface area m2/g 3 3 3 2 3
Average particle size D50 µm 4.0 13 9 20 13
NPIRI grind max. value NPIRI 2.5 - - - -
Bulk density g/L 400 500 400 650 500
First melting point °C 325±5 330±5 330±5 330±5 325±5
Properties Units XPP-514 XPP-535 XPP-538 XPP-548 XPP-552
Color   White White White Gray White
Specific surface area m2/g 3 3 3 3 3
Average particle size D50 µm 13.0 3.8 4.5 4.0 3.3
NPIRI grind max. value NPIRI - 2.0 2.5 2.5 1.5
Bulk density g/L 500 375 400 400 350
First melting point °C 325±5 320±5 320±5 320±5 322±5

 

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