Fluon+™ FP-E-93000 XL

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AGC Chemicals Americas, Inc. Fluon+™ FP-E-93000 XL NATURAL HF contains a crosslinking promoter in an ETFE (ethylene tetrafluoroethylene) polymer matrix. This cross-linkable compound is based on Fluon® ETFE and is supplied in cylindrical pellet form, approximately 3.2 mm in length by 2.0 mm in diameter.

Functions: Crosslinking Agent

Processing Methods: Compression Molding, Extrusion, Injection Blow Molding, Injection Molding

Carrier: Ethylene Tetrafluoroethylene (ETFE), Resin-based

Features: Abrasion Resistant, Good Flammability Properties, Increased Tensile Strength

Technical Data Sheet

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Identification & Functionality

Plastics & Elastomers Functions

Features & Benefits


Cross-linking ETFE increases mechanical properties such as scrape abrasion, cut-through resistance, and tensile strength, especially at elevated temperatures. Flammability of the cross-linked polymer is also improved.

Applications & Uses

Plastics & Elastomers End Uses


Typical Physical Properties
ValueUnitsTest Method / Conditions
Bulk Density880grams/literASTM D-1895
Dielectric Constant (at 1mHz, 23°C)2.6ASTM D-150
Dielectric Loss Tangent (at 23°C,1mHz)0.0007ASTM D-150
Elongation415%ASTM D-638
Melt Flow Rate16g/10 minASTM D-3159
Melt Point260°CASTM D-3159
Tensile Strength48MPaASTM D-638
Volume Resistivitymin. 10¹⁷Ω-cmASTM D-257

Regulatory & Compliance

Hazardous Substances
This product does not contain lead, hexavalent chromium, or cadmium, and are used in applications where RoHS (Restrictions on the use of Certain Hazardous Substances) compliance is required.

Technical Details & Test Data


This ready-to-use product can be processed using conventional thermoplastic techniques such as compression and injection molding and melt extrusion under standard ETFE operating conditions.

The processed article can be cross-linked using electron-beam radiation or gamma radiation.
It is strongly recommended that process equipment exposed to molten resin be made of corrosion-resistant metals such as Monel, Inconel, or Hastelloy.

Safety & Health

Safe Handling Information

A summary of the hazards, as defined by OSHA Hazard Communication Standard, 29 CFR 1910.1200 for this product are:
Physical hazards: None
Health hazards: None


Packaging & Availability

Packaging Type

Fluon+ FP-E-93000 XL NATURAL HF is packed in a lined polyethylene pail each containing 10 kg.

Storage & Handling

Handling Precautions

Heating Fluon® and Fluon+™ products in excess of 750°F (399°C) can produce toxic fumes. It is, therefore, necessary to provide local exhaust ventilation in areas where Fluon® products are exposed to high temperatures. Avoid breathing fumes or contaminating smoking tobacco with fumes, powder, or dust.

Thermal decomposition of this product will generate hydrogen fluoride, which is corrosive. Corrosion resistance materials are required for prolonged contact with molten resin.

Shelf Life Statement

All compounds and resins should be stored in their original containers. This will be either in re-sealable plastic pails, or in drums with the liner bags and chime rings securely re-fastened.

Products should be stored indoors at nominal conditions of 23oC and 50% relative humidity. Refrigeration is not required.

Although fluoropolymers will not readily adsorb moisture when stored under appropriate conditions, other components of the compound may. Customers may wish to dry the material immediately prior to use, especially in the case of filled or conductive compounds. Your AGCCA representative can recommend appropriate drying conditions.

Cross-linkable compounds should be properly disposed of after one (1) year from the date of manufacture; this date is located on each material container. Other resins and compounds do not have a shelf life when stored under appropriate conditions.