Ajedium™ Films

Advanced Technologies in High-Performance Film Manufacturing

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A full spectrum of high performance and developmental thermoplastics films for specialized industries. Made from a variety of engineering and fluorine-based polymers, these films may be mono- or multi-layer structures to meet the most demanding specifications.

Full Spectrum of High Performance Films

  • Imides (PEI)
  • Ketones (PEEK - crystalline and amorphous, PEKK)
  • Sulfones (PSU, PES, PPSU)
  • Fluoropolymers (PVDF, ECTFE, ETFE, THV)
  • Specialties (PPS, PMP, PBT)
  • Alloys and Blends (PC/PET, PPE/PS)
  • Low residual stress and shrinkage
  • Process temperatures up to 1000°F (540°C)
  • ISO 9001:2008 Registered


Tolling, Contract Manufacturing & Development

  • Use of our advanced system and personnel for your specific needs
  • Co-operative engineering and development work on site
  • SPC reporting on custom runs available
  • Private labeling/packaging available
  • Contract slitting available


Custom In House Manufacturing

  • Flat-die extrusion of monolayer and multi-layer films (lamination)
  • Thickness capabilities of 1/4 mil (6 microns) to 40 mils (1mm)
  • Width capabilities up to 60"" (1524 mm)
  • Slit rolls and sheets available on custom quotation


Structures include mono-layer and in-line laminated (extrusion coating) structures to meet demanding customer requirements.

Technical Data Sheets

Ajedium™ Films Technical Data Sheets
AvaSpire® AV-630Similar to the high strength and chemical resistance of PEEK, but with higher ductility.
Halar® 500LCKey Halar® ECTFE film properties include extremely resistant to UV radiation and low permeability to water and oxygen.
KetaSpire® KT-820KetaSpire® PEEK films have high temperature resistance, excellent chemical and fatigue and strength properties.
PEI (polyetherimide)PEI films have good balance of thermal, mechanical and electrical properties.
Radel® R-5100 NT15Radel® PPSU films are extremely tough and inherently flame retardant.
Solef® PVDF 9009Solef® PVDF films have a relatively low coefficient of friction, and excellent outdoor UV resistance.
Udel® PSU P-1700 NT-11Udel® PSU films are highly resistant to acids, alkali and salt solutions, with a practical toughness and strength.
Veradel® PESU 201 NTVeradel® PESU 201 NT polyethersulfone is a tough, high-strength thermoplastic that is suitable for continuous use up to 180°C (356°F).

Typical Properties

Solvay manufactures a wide spectrum of over 65 high performance thermoplastic films based on the following engineering and fluorine polymers:

  • Tg=157 °C 
  • High strength 
  • High durability 
  • Excellent chemical resistance 
  • Good radiation resistance 
  • Low smoke emission 
  • Low flammability
  • Very high melting temperature: 343 °C (Tg = 150 °C) 
  • Excellent environmental resistance 
  • Excellent wear resistance 
  • Excellent creep, fatigue and modulus 
  • Radiation resistance 
  • Low flammability 
  • Low smoke emission
  • Tg = 218 °C 
  • High strength and rigidity 
  • Low smoke generation 
  • Excellent electrical properties 
  • Good chemical resistance 
  • Excellent hydrolysis resistance
  • Tg = 220 °C 
  • Self-extinguishing 
  • Stable over a wide range of temperatures 
  • Little smoke when burned 
  • Good hydrolysis resistance 
  • Good chemical resistance
Polyphenylene sulfide
  • High temperature resistance (Tm = 280 °C; Tg = 90 °C) 
  • High strength and stiffness 
  • High chemical resistance 
  • High LOI (47) 
  • Suffers from brittleness 
  • Good hydrolysis resistance 
  • Low water absorption
  • Tg = 220 °C 
  • Fire resistant 
  • Good electrical properties 
  • Good chemical resistance 
  • High heat distortion temperature 
  • High strength and stiffness
  • Tg = 185 °C 
  • Self-extinguishing 
  • Good electrical properties 
  • Good chemical resistance 
  • High heat dist. temperature 
  • High melt viscosity
Polyvinylidene fluoride
  • High strength and rigidity 
  • High dielectric constant 
  • Very good chemical resistance 
  • Very good weatherability 
  • Mostly transparent (mainly copolymers) 
  • Very low surface tension