FluoroTechnology products are critical to today’s consumer, industrial, commercial and military electronics. High dielectric fluoropolymers enable the transmission of high frequency signals on which most modern electronics are based. FluoroTechnology improves insulation, weatherability, transparency and water resistance for many key electronic products. It also helps make touch screens smooth and smudge-resistant.
The use of FluoroTechnology in the electronics industry supports more than 23,000 jobs in the U.S. and more than 53,000 jobs in Europe. Globally, FluoroTechnology materials and products specific to the electronics industry generate a total of $175.5 billion in economic output.1
High-Performance Electronics Applications:
- Etching and Resist Materials
- Hard Disk Drives
- Cell Phones
- Wireless Devices and Base Stations
- Printed Circuit Boards
- Data Centers for Cloud Computing
- Optical Fiber
- RF Connectors
- WiFi Antennae
1Based on preliminary estimates of 2013 data by the American Chemistry Council.