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Hales

(hālz),
Stephen, English physiologist, 1677-1761. See: Hales piesimeter.
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Halar E-CTFE is a fluoropolymer that has chemical resistance properties similar to PTFE in that it is highly unreactive to acids, alkalis, ozone, heat and radiation.
Rowland Griffin, technical director of MNW explained, "This development enables a variety of process users and filter manufacturers to apply the ultra-clean and highly resistant Halar properties in cartridge, bag and flat stock media.
Fibers Used: Polyester, Polyethylene, Polypropylene, Paper Pulp, Rayon, Tencel, Nomex, Kevlar, Halar, Bicomponent, Cotton Brand Names: APEX, Agribon, All Day, Every Day, Aquapex, Chix, Chux, Comfortlace, DuraWipe, DuraWipe Xtra, Duralace, Durapex, Empact, Fresh Guy, Kiara, Masslinn, MediSof, Quix, Poly-Broathe, Poly-Safe, Stretch N'Dust, Worxwell
Crane & Company, Dalton, MA, will promote its high-performance substrates made with Solvay Solexis' Halar ECTFE and Hyflon MFA resins.
Crane Nonwovens, a manufacturer of high-performance substrates for use in aggressive applications, has custom tailored its new wetlaid nonwoven substrates with Solvay Solexis' Halar ECTFE fluoropolymers and Hyflon MFA resins.
AET has also successfully converted nylon and Halar resins into Plastinet biplanar netting for the filtration industry.
Halar MBF is made of the unique fluoropolymer, Halar, manufactured by Ausimont USA, Thorofare, NJ.
Under terms of the agreement, PGI has secured proprietary worldwide distribution rights to the Halar technology, which is produced from a unique melt processable fluoropolymer developed and manufactured exclusively by Ausimont.
Fagan Products: Fluoropolymer Fibers Brand Name: Halar MBF
Traditionally used as a wire and cable covering, Halar ethylene-chlorotrifluoroethylene (ECTFE) is the first commercially available fluoropolymer that can be melt blown, according to the company.
Halar is chemically inert, resists attack by most corrosive chemicals and organic solvents, has a broad thermal operating range and is resistant to fire.