High Boiling Perfluorpolyeter – GALDEN HS 240

Kategorie: Galden
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HS Code:39072099 HTS Code: 39072000 Country of origin: Italy

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Description

 

CF3 – O – CF – CF2 – O – CF – CF2 – O – CF – CF2 – O – CF – CF2 – ……………… – O – CF3 CF3 CF3 CF3 CF3

The liquid polymers of the Galden FM series are built according to this principle.

Features

  • High temperature resistance.
  • Under normal circumstances, inert to all chemicals, and does not react with acids, alkaline or strong oxidizers (substances that cause oxidation).
  • Tolerates all known plastics, metals and elastomers.
  • Highly resistant to reactive chemicals.
  • The fluro atoms bound in the polymer chain in the framework of the display helps protect sensitive C-C connections against chemical and thermal attack.
  • Good dielectric properties.
  • Low vapour pressure.
  • No flash point (does not catch fire).
  • High vapour density.
  • Excellent heat transfer coefficient.
  • Low surface tension.
  • Good wetting properties (film adhesion).
  • There will be no harmful substances are released.
  • No chemical activity (perfluoriert, i.e. no H-or CI-Atom).
  • During the heat transfer,  medium under normal atmospheric pressure, all types Galden thermally stable.
  • Does not damage the ozone layer.

Safety

A lot of investigations regarding the use of Galden TM polymers and its characteristics for vapor phase soldering applications has confirmed that there is no danger to use it for this kind of process

Galden TM polymers are non-flammable or explosive and exceptionally inert against all chemicals up to high temperatures; they do not react with acids, alkalis or strong oxidants and are compatible with all known plastics, metals and elastomers.

When used as intended, i.e. under normal pressure conditions in boiling mode, all Galden types are thermally stable.

Due to the high density, the vapor forms an inert atmosphere and thus reliably protects the soldering material from oxidation. The oxygen present in the molecule is chemically bound and does not react.

Galden TM polymers have been tested for toxic fission products in many experiments, even under practical conditions. These were not detectable in all cases

 

Galden TM polymers are non-flammable or explosive and exceptionally inert against all chemicals up to high temperatures; they do not react with acids, alkalis or strong oxidants and are compatible with all known plastics, metals and elastomers.

When used as intended, i.e. under normal pressure conditions in boiling mode, all Galden types are thermally stable.

Due to the high density, the vapor forms an inert atmosphere and thus reliably protects the soldering material from oxidation. The oxygen present in the molecule is chemically bound and does not react.

Galden TM polymers have been tested for toxic fission products in many experiments, even under practical conditions. These were not detectable in all cases

Overview of the various types of Galden available (UK)

D02TS Maximum Solder Temperature 165 °C for special Solder Tin Bismuth

LS200 Maximum Solder Temperature 200 °C for lead Solder

LS210 Maximum Solder Temperature 210 °C for lead Solder

LS215 Maximum Solder Temperature 215 °C for lead Solder

LS230 Maximum Solder Temperature 230 °C for Lead free Solder (e.g. Sn Cu Ag)

XS235 Maximum Solder Temperature 235 °C for Lead free Solder (e.g. Sn100C, Sn Cu)

HS240 Maximum Solder Temperature 240 °C for lead free solder (e.g. Sn Cu)

HS260 Maximum Solder Temperature 260 °C  for lead free solder (for special solder products )

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