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Subject: Re: Water Freezing in pvdf Tubing

Date: 10/07/02 at 3:25 PM
Posted by: Carl Howarth
E-mail: howarthc@comcast.net
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In Reply to: Water Freezing in pvdf Tubing posted by paul on 10/04/02 at 6:50 PM:

Hello,

I am not familiar with pvdf, but the best place to find that information is the material supplier. They will likely have impact and tensile properties for that material at different temperatures.

Manufacturers are Elf Atochem, Solvay, and Ausimont. Check their websites for data. Specifically, you would be looking for a sharp decrease in impact properties or tensile elongation to identify a problem with cold properties.

Good luck,
Carl


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