Tedlar® films Offer Gas Permeation Resistance for Gas Sample Bags
Tedlar® release films offer gas permeation resistance into and out of the sample bags, assuring sample integrity.
Tedlar® release films offer gas permeation resistance into and out of the sample bags, assuring sample integrity. Because Tedlar® is chemically inert, it will not react with or alter the composition of the wide range of collected chemicals in your sample. Teldar® film has been the industry gold standard for years due to superior inertness, impermeability and abrasion resistance.
Gas sampling bags made of Tedlar® PVF film are recommended in many US EPA methods including TCLP and methods TO-3 (VOCs), TO-12 (NMOC), TO-14A (VOCs), TO-15 (VOCs), ASTM D-5504 (reduced sulfur compounds) and a variety of atmospheric gas methods. Tedlar® release films are rated for continuous use from -72°C to 107°C (-98°F to 225°F).
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Tedlar® Protective & Decorative Films
Durable, polyvinyl fluoride films that are used as a long-lasting finish for surfaces exposed to harsh environments.
Tedlar® Release Films
When used as a release liner DuPont™ Tedlar® PVF films provide clean and fast release from high temperature, complex molds.
Tedlar® Flexible Adhesives
Versatile acrylic adhesives developed for use in laminating Tedlar® PVF protective films to a variety of substrates.
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- Tedlar® Provides Easy-to-Clean Surface Finishes for Cars, Buses, Trains & Marine Vessels
- Solar Panel Applications
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Electrical Power Applications
DuPont™ Tedlar® high temperature and chemical resistant properties make it ideal for use in high voltage electrical power applications.
Tedlar® release films help provide an ideal release for fiber-reinforced polymer (FRP) and carbon-fiber-reinforced polymer (CFRP) composites.