Fluorinated Ethylene Propylene, A synthetic type of insulation.
Fluorinated Ethylene Propylene. A homopolymer of ethylene and propylene. This high temperature resin is well suited for wire insulations and jackets for plenum applications. It can withstand an unusual amount of physical abuse during and after installation, has very good electrical characteristics, good thermal and low temperature properties and chemical inertness.
(abbreviation) Fluorinated ethylene propylene.
A derivative of Teflon® that is highly resistant to aggressive media.
Fluorinated Ethylene Propylene is a "Teflon" fluorocarbon resin and is a registered T.M. of the DuPont Company. This is a melt extrudable fluorocarbon resin.
Fluorinated ethylene-propylene. A thermoplastic material with good electrical insulating properties and chemical and heat resistance.
Fluorinated Ethylene Propylene. FEP is similar to polytetrafluoroethylene (PTPE) but has a melting point of about 50° C lower and slightly different physical properties.
Fluorinated ethylene-propylene. A fluorocarbon extrudable resin with good electrical insulating properties and chemical and heat resistance.
An abbreviation for Fluorinated Ethylene Propylene. This component is commonly referred to as "Teflon®".
Fluorinated Ethylene Propylene insulation and jacket compound.
Fluorinated Ethylene Propylene. A member of the fluorocarbons, family of plastics, it is a copolymer of tetrafluoroethylene and hexafluoropropylene, possessing most of the properties of polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE), and also having a melt viscosity low enough to permit conventional thermoplastic processing. Available in pellet form for moulding and extrusion, and as dispersions for spray or dip-coating processes.
Fluorinated ethylene polymer, a type of highly chemical-resistant barrier polymers sold by DuPont as Teflon®.