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Chemical resistant coatings are an integral feature in keeping plant and machinery safe from corrosion and excessive wear and tear. Commonly used in the paper, pharmaceutical and even food industries, coatings such as these help you get the most out of your equipment and reduce maintenance and replacement costs. Read more about the numerous benefits, other than just corrosion protection, chemical resistant coatings offer.

The industrial coating services industry has been generating a great deal of interest lately. Much of this curiosity comes from what can an industrial coat do; when, instead, the first question that must be answered is what should one look for in an industrial coating services provider. Read the critical role the provider plays in ensuring the longevity and effectiveness of an industrial coat.

Today, custom powder coating is one of the most popular and best performing options for a protective finish to shield metals, tools, parts, machinery and equipment from corrosion, peeling, damages and wear. One of the reasons behind this is that this type of coating is environment-friendly and it does not require any industrial chemicals in the process.

Both Teflon and powder coatings are done to impart specific properties to the item, component or equipment intended to be coated. The goal of powder coating is to provide a protective layer that shields the item from corrosion and potential damages. With Teflon spray coating, imparting a non-stick property to the surface of an item is the main goal.

A high quality coating can resist common industrial chemicals and treatments which can cause corrosion; its glossy, low friction, and finish provides excellent protection against abrasion, impacts and cavitation. It also provides superior adhesion that bonds to all metal substrates.