PVDF (Kynar) Insulated Wire

What is PVDF?

PVDF, also know as, polyvinylidene fluoride or Kynar has good high dielectric strength and excellent mechanical properties over a broad range of temperatures, allowing for a thin wall insulation.

Features & Advantages Kynar PVDF Insulated Wire

PVDF’s cut through resistance is far superior to PVC and is a pure and clean polymer. It exhibits very low weight loss when exposed to a high vacuum. It is also resistant to a wide variety of chemicals including:

  • Most organic acids
  • Bases
  • Alcohols
  • Halogenated solvents
  • Organic acids
  • Aliphatic
  • Aromatic Hydrocarbons

Common Applications for PVDF Insulated Wire

PVDF insulated wire is commonly used in

  • Wire wrap
  • Power supplies
  • Medical market applications

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  1. UL AWM Style 1422

    UL AWM Style 1422

    Silver Plated Copper. PVDF (Kynar) Insulation. 105ºC.

  2. UL AWM Style 1423

    UL AWM Style 1423

    Silver Plated Copper. PVDF (Kynar) Insulation. 105ºC.

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