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For those whose work involves the use of industrial coatings, here are some of interesting facts about the coatings we offer.  

Teflon has served many industries. Here are five advantages you stand to gain from having a Teflon spray coating applied to your machinery and equipment.

Industrial coatings offer both protective and aesthetic utility in their applications across a range of different industries. Appearing on the steam can assemblies of paper plants, on the trays and pans of small and large scale baking enterprises, and steel structures across North America – the use of industrial-grade coatings are subtle and ubiquitous in every major industrial facet within the parameters of every-day life.

In addition to our baked-on chemical resistant coatings, Teff-Line supplies special effect powder coatings which are just as aesthetically appealing as they are useful in their protective applications. But what exactly is a special effect powder coating and why do we use them?

The Canadian Paints and Coating Industry is composed of manufacturers of paints, varnishes, lacquers, shellacs and stains and is divided into two broad subsections – the architectural and industrial subsectors. Both sub-sectors are relatively equal in size with regard to overall value of shipment deliveries. Architectural and industrial coating services are at the helm of federal legislation and consumer choice that dictate the direction in which the industry is headed. Currently, the Canadian paints and coating Industry is driven by environmental and consumer demand for sustainable manufacturing, responsible disposing practices, and taking larger strides in reducing national emissions of volatile organic compounds. Today we’ll delve into the Canadian Paints and Coating Industry by assessing the condition of its two subsectors and by examining industry growth coupled with environmental demands.