What is the difference between a Fluoroalloy Pump and a Fluoroplastic Pump?
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Many chemical companies do n’t know what fluoroalloy pumps mean. They even think that fluoroalloy pumps are metal pumps. Let me spread the knowledge for everyone. What is a fluorine alloy? What is fluoroplastic? Fluoroalloy is actually short for fluoroplastic alloy, so
Many chemical companies do n’t know what fluoroalloy pumps mean. They even think that fluoroalloy pumps are metal pumps. Let me spread the knowledge for everyone.
What is a fluorine alloy? What is fluoroplastic?
Fluoroalloy——It is actually the abbreviation of fluoroplastic alloy, so the fluoroalloy pump is actually a fluoroplastic alloy pump. What we usually say about fluoroalloy pump, fluoroplastic pump
, fluoroplastic alloy pump is actually a type Pump.
Fluoroplastic alloys—F4 powder and F46 powder are used to fully mix them through the ratio to make them stir uniformly, then sinter at high temperature, and hot-press molding. So why use a material such as fluorine alloy? The pure F4 powder does not have fluidity after being heated at high temperature, and F46 has good flow properties under high temperature melting state ( green ring
original) can bring F4 flows. Therefore, there is a composite material of fluorine alloy. Fluoroalloy is more resistant to high temperature and stronger than pure F46, but its disadvantage is that it is difficult to form. Many workpieces cannot make fluoroalloy materials. Therefore, the fluoroalloy pumps we produce are not perfluoroalloys. Only some parts are made of fluorine alloy. Such as all plastic pump body, centrifugal pump
impeller, pump cover and other simple parts.
Fluoroplastic is a collective name for all fluorine-based materials, such as: F46, F4, PFA, PVDF, F26, F50, and so on.