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Ethylene tetrafluoroethylene, ETFE, a fluorine based plastic, was designed to have high corrosion resistance and strength over a wide temperature range. ETFE is a polymer, and its systematic name is poly (ethylene-co-tetrafluoroethylene). ETFE has a very high melting temperature, excellent chemical, electrical and high energy radiation resistance properties. When burned ETFE releases hydrofluoric acid.

ETFE has an approximate tensile strength of 42 N/mm² (6100 psi), with a working temperature range of 89 K to 423 K (-185ºC to 150ºC or -300ºF to 300ºF).
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3050.078 N/A 1 52/53 mm6/77 in
3050.085 N/A 2 7/44 mm4/47 in
3050.094 N/A 2 19/49 mm3/32 in
3050.098 N/A 2 45/92 mm5/51 in
3050.125 N/A 3 7/40 mm1/8 in
3050.250 N/A 6 7/20 mm1/4 in
3050.500 N/A 12 7/10 mm1/2 in
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