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Hatfield PA 19440
Tel. 215-443-9600
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COVID-19 Updates

Electronic Fluorocarbons testifies on AIM Act ruling at EPA hearing

Executive Vice President, Matt Adams, testified on behalf of Electronic Fluorocarbons on Thursday, June 3, 2021 at the EPA Hearing “Phasedown of Hydrofluorocarbons: Establishing the Allowance Allocation and Trading Program under the American Innovation and Manufacturing Act”.  Addressing a group of nearly three hundred stakeholders, Adams’ focus was on identifying gaps in the Agency’s ruling … Continued

Electronic Fluorocarbons Adds C4F8 Gas Distillation Column to Hatfield Location

C4F8 Gas Streamlines Purification Process Electronic Fluorocarbons has doubled its capacity to produce Octafluorocyclobutane C4F8 gas through the construction of a dedicated thirty-foot distillation column. This allows us to ensure the highest purity and further streamline the purification process, creating shorter lead times. For customers with well-established business continuity plans, Electronic Fluorocarbons’ in-house storage of raw … Continued

Rare Gases: Xenon and Krypton

This article was featured as the December 2020 newsletter. 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.   Xenon   Xenon is a colorless, odorless, noble gas. … Continued

Discussion of Industrial Synthetic Routes to Hexafluoro-1,3-butadiene, C4F6 by Robert G. Syvret, Ph.D., ACSF

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.  A preferred and advantageous route to C4F6, involving addition of the interhalogen, ICl, to chlorotrifluoroethylene (CTFE) followed by subsequent coupling and dehalogenation … Continued

Krypton in the Lighting, Windows, and Medical Industry

Lights, action, camera: it’s time to celebrate krypton for its contribution to lighting, energy-efficient windows, and diagnostics in the medical industry.  Click on link to see the full newsletter:  https://mailchi.mp/ca7a31cd460d/krypton-beyond-superman #krypton #semiconductor

Krypton in the Lighting, Windows, and Medical Industry

Lights, action, camera: it’s time to celebrate krypton for its contribution to lighting, energy-efficient windows, and diagnostics in the medical industry. Stronger Light When you ionize Krypton, you get a strong white light—which makes it an excellent choice for flashbulbs (remember those?), fluorescent lamps, airport runway lights, lasers (as krypton plasma) for laser shows, and … Continued

August Newsletter: Specialty Gas Trainings at EFC

  SEE WHAT SPECIALTY GAS TRAINING AT EFC CAN DO FOR YOU  Educate on gas applications Target your customers Increase your sales Increase your safety knowledge Utilize Free Resources Learn from experts in the industry WHY WE STARTED TRAININGS AT EFC Electronic Fluorocarbons helps our customers on several different levels.  Our training program ensures that salespeople … Continued

Chief Scientist Bob Syvret Awarded for Work in Fluorine Chemistry

We are proud to announce our Chief Scientist has been named the 2020 recipient of the American Chemical Society National Award for Creative work in Fluorine Chemistry. Bob is just the 2nd industrial chemist to receive this honor since the awards annual inception in 1972. Bob led the technical development Selectfluor® fluorination agent in the … Continued