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Perhaps one of the most versatile industrial coatings is the Teflon spray coating which has a very wide range of industrial applications. It is also very popular as a highly durable and reliable coating for cookware. Aside from its ability to resist and withstand heat, Teflon coating also offers total chemical inertness, low coefficient of friction and excellent dielectric stability which add value to a range of part sizes and configurations.



 



The success of any coating application depends on several parameters that include surface preparation, skills of the coating applicator, film thickness, methods of application and the existing conditions at the time of application. The need for surface preparation varies but it generally depends on the type of substrate. There are substrates that require nothing more than simple cleaning with a dust cloth while other substrates require abrasive blast cleaning.



 



Surface preparation is very critical prior to the application of coating because it ensures better adhesion; however, it is not to enough to guarantee the quality of surface finish because a lot depends on the skills of industrial coating applicator. The ultimate performance of the industrial coating is impacted with how the surface has been prepared but most coating failures are due to failure in following the coating manufacturer’s suggestions.



The success of any coating application depends on several parameters that include surface preparation, skills of the coating applicator, film thickness, methods of application and the existing conditions at the time of application. The need for surface preparation varies but it generally depends on the type of substrate. There are substrates that require nothing more than simple cleaning with a dust cloth while other substrates require abrasive blast cleaning.



The main purpose of industrial coatings is to prevent corrosion; the other purposes are usually concerned with aesthetic reasons.  When metal is exposed to moisture or is contaminated by chemicals it will begin to corrode. This can also depend on many other factors like the humidity, we have to take in consideration that rain, condensation and mists can contribute to the humidity and the level of corrosion that metal experiences. Corrosion can even occur at a faster rate when it’s contaminated by chemicals.