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3M™ Dyneon™ PTFE Micropowder TF 9201Z

3M™ Dyneon™ PTFE Micropowder TF 9201Z is a white, non-free flowing agglomerate of fine, low molecular PTFE micropowder. The agglomerate features a particle size of around 9 μm.

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Special Features

  • Agglomerate
  • Almost universal chemical resistance
  • Good non-stick properties
  • Reduced friction resistance
  • Large operating temperature range

  • Increased degree of abrasion resistance
  • Low molecular PTFE
  • Easy deagglomeration
  • U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved up to 20 ٪ weight in polymer formulations

Typical Properties

Due to its highly specific particle surface, 3M™ Dyneon™ PTFE Micropowder TF 9201Z can be effective as a rheological additive and significantly increases viscosity when added to liquids. This effect is not temperature-dependent. If TF 9201Z is added to solids or coatings, it can lead to a significant reduction in friction resistance and can also have a positive influence on the non-stick effect of the surface.

Typical Applications

3M™ Dyneon™ PTFE Micropowder TF 9201Z can be added to oils, fats, polymers, paints, elastomers and coatings. Typical additional quantity can vary between < 1 ٪ and 20 ٪ and depends on the selected matrix and the desired properties. Plastics that can benefit from the properties of TF 9201Z include polyacetal, polyamide, polycarbonate, polyester, polyimide, polysulfide and polysulfone. Elastomers include fluoroelastomers, neoprenes, nitriles and silicones.

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Part Number TF 9201Z
Physical Form Agglomerate
Melting Point 330 °C
Primary Particle Size 200 nm
Bulk Density 350 g/l
Specific BET Surface Area 10 m²/g
Melt Flow Index < 2 g/10 min
Mean Particle Size 9 µm


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