A new study by the American Chemistry Council provides evidence that all PFAS chemistries should not be grouped together for regulatory purposes and concludes that the vast majority of commercial fluoropolymers meet criteria for polymers of low concern designation.
Chromis has eliminated the need for fluorosurfactants such as PFOA/PFOS/GenX to produce CyclAFlor™ amorphous fluoropolymers.
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CyclAFlor™ Technical References
Membranes are an attractive method for separating azeotropic mixtures of HFC refrigerants due to lower energy consumption and capital requirements compared with alternative methods such as distillation. Research from the University of Kansas as published in the Journal of Membrane Science demonstrates the high selectivity with minimal plasticization of a custom formulation of CyclAFlor™ Separator for HFC-32 over HFC-125 in the azeotropic mixture known as R-410A.
Research from the Peter Cook Centre for Carbon Capture and Storage Research, Department of Chemical Engineering, The University of Melbourne as published in the Journal of Membrane Science demonstrates the superior performance of CyclAFlor™ Separator for various important industrial gas separation applications.
Additional research from the Department of Chemical Engineering, The University of Melbourne as published in the Journal of Membrane Science confirms the exceptional performance of CyclAFlor™ Separator for gas separations, with greater CO2 solubility and diffusivity compared to other fluoropolymers.
Research from the Department of Chemical Engineering, The University of Melbourne as published in the Journal of Membrane Science on the impact of water, BTEX and other impurities typically found in natural gas on the performance of CyclAFlor™ Separator.
Korea Institute of Science and Technology research paper on the use of CyclAFlor™ Clear as the dielectric layer in a metal-dielectric-metal Fabry-Perot etalon film
Korea Institute of Science and Technology research paper on the use of CyclAFlor™ Clear in a liquid-permeable Fabry-Perot Resonator to create an electrically-induced photonic switch to enable advanced biochemical photonic sensors with chemical selectivity, colorimetric visualization of nanostructures, and other advanced tunable photonic devices and surface-enhanced optical sensor systems
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