Ethylene Tetrafluoroethylene (ETFE) is a fluorine-based plastic polymer that offers a creative and lightweight alternative to glass. Developed over 40 years ago by DuPont, ETFE has similar light transmission to glass, but at just 1% of the weight. With a lifespan of over 30 years and excellent weathering properties, ETFE film is becoming the material of choice for a outdoor and outdoor/indoor spaces in a variety of climates.
What are the advantages of ETFE?
ETFE has many benefits, ranging from environmental sustainability to creative design options.
What is ETFE used for?
Durability benefits of ETFE
Environmental benefits of ETFE
Maintenance benefits of ETFE
Lighting benefits of ETFE
Safety benefits of ETFE
Design benefits of ETFE
How is ETFE used?
Single-layer ETFE: ETFE raw granulate is extruded into a single layer of film or foil. The film is tensioned on a lightweight aluminum framing.