PFA Injection Molding
PFA Injection Molding Process
Step 1: Material Feeding
Step 2: Material Plasticization
Step 3: Injection Tooling
Step 4: Pressure Retention
Step 5: Cooling
Step 6: Ejection
Advantages of PFA Injection Molding
Why Choose Us
Chemical and Petrochemical processing
PFA, FEP, PVDF, ETFE, ECTFE, and PCTFE are melt processable and can be injection molded.
To produce higher lining quality, transfer molding can be used to process PFA, a thermoplastic material with a clearly defined melting point. The granular material is forced into the heated tool after melting in a melting pot.
When the temperature of the PFA exceeds its melting point, which is between 280 and 320 °C, it liquidizes, allowing melting mold techniques to be used.
Regardless of the bonding technique, heat sealing equipment must be capable of temperatures as low as 550°F (288°C) for FEP film and 600°F (316°C) for PFA film.