Polyvinylidene Fluoride is a strong, abrasion-resistant thermoplastic with excellect heat stability and chemical resistance typical of flourocarbon polymers. It can be used in temperatures up to 300°F with a wide variety of acids, bases and organic solvents, and is ideally suited for handling wet or dry chlorine, bromine and other halogens.

No other thermoplastic piping material can approach the combination of strength, chemical resistance and operating temperature that PVDF piping systems can offer. Electro fusion socket/butt/IR welding, threading, or flanged connections are the joining methods used for PVDF.