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The Fluoropolymers Division represents SPI member companies that manufacture fluoropolymer resins or process, convert, compound or formulate fluoropolymers. This group keeps members apprised of industry developments and promotes the benefits of fluoropolymers to material suppliers and public opinion leaders.



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Conference and Meeting Information

The Fluoropolymers Division of SPI holds two conferences per calendar year. These events allow member and non-member companies to come together in a safe environment with their customers, suppliers and competitors to work together on issues of mutual interest and concern to the overall fluoropolymer industry.

Conferences are held in the spring and fall of each year. General session program content is designed to appeal to the needs of our diverse membership. Additionally, there are subsection breakout meetings that focus on more specific concerns of groups such as coaters, processors and wire and cable members.


2016 (Spring) Meeting

March 15-17, 2016
Napa, CA

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2015 (Spring) Meeting

January 27-29, 2015
Fort Myers, Florida

2014 (Spring) Meeting

March 25-28, 2014
San Francisco, CA

2013 (Fall) Conference

October 1-3, 2013
Annapolis, MD

2013 (Spring) Conference

May 1-3, 2013
Miami, FL

2012 (Fall) Conference Presentations

October 17-19, 2012
Las Vegas, NV

Conference Presentations

The Fluoropolymer Division of SPI offered a unique program including not only our economic, regulatory and international issues, but also offered attendees the opportunity to participate in a strong technical and academic program provided by the American Chemistry Society.

2012 (Spring) Conference Presentations

January 24-26, 2012
Miami Beach, FL

Conference Presentations

The FPD Spring Conference offered a focused, informative program on industry issues, economic state of the industry and reports from the working groups. The program provided sessions on Environmental Protection Agency issues, industry advocacy, international regulatory and market updates.

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