Electronic Fluorocarbons has more than twenty years of experience supplying krypton and xenon for aerospace, semiconductor, lighting, and window industries. We have dedicated rare gas specialists that are exerts in your application and dedicated solution providers.
Various synthetic routes are known for the formation and industrial scale production of hexafluoro-1,3-butadiene (HFBD), C4F6. This document provides a brief overview and comparison of the key attributes of the most prominent industrial routes.
Lights, action, camera: it’s time to celebrate krypton for its contribution to lighting, energy-efficient windows, and diagnostics in the medical industry.
Our customers have told us they need a domestic source for R-134a (also known as 1,1,1,2-tetrafluoroethane and CH2FCF3), and we have responded. We want to be your go-to domestic source for R134a. We offer a variety of cylinder sizes, from disposable to HTON, and packaging options.
Chief Scientist, Dr. Bob Syvret, is working to synthesize leading edge, highly specialized etchants and deposition materials and to develop purification processes that will then be sent to the new product development area at EFC’s Hatfield location for manufacture on a commercial scale.
R-134a is a substitute for chlorofluorocarbon (CFC-12) products in refrigeration and is also used in magnesium production as an SF6 replacement. Read more about this relatively nontoxic product this spotlight.