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08-05-2015
The Teflon Family of Products

There are wide variations in Teflon based industrial coatings designed for use in various surfaces including; steel, carbon, stainless steel, magnesium, aluminum or brass among others. The bouquet further comes with a flexible set of applicator paints for non-metallic surfaces including; glass, rubber, plastic and fiber glass among others. In the long list of industrial coatings are the Teflon PTFE, FEP, PFA, ETFE, one coat and dry lubricant. With the stretched portfolio, the Teflon PTFE combines the excellent power of nonstick paint and superior aesthetic features. For easy use within the commercial and cookery sector, it’s also designed to stand high temperatures. Additional features include the excellent abrasion resistance, low friction coefficient and high chemical corrosion resistance.

The Teflon’s FEP, on the other hand, is designed to give you sinister nonstick molten coatings designed for making high quality superficial nonporous films. Consequently, your use of the industrial coating will not go unnoticed until you’ve experienced the chemical resistance, extra low friction and viscosity levels alongside its mid-range temperature adherence. With Teflon PFA, you get an easy to bake nonporous coating for film endorsement on any surface. This ensures that you get the thinnest film possible with just under a thousand micrometers. By combining the superior features of chemical resistant paint and low viscosity, the PFA allows you get the finest finish on any surface applied.

Another amazing coat under the family is the Tezel ETFE that offers a partially fluorinated all-surface coat. Since it’s based on the low-temperature resin substrate, the coat gives an excellent film over the surface giving it an airtight coating with a durable powder texturized finish. Teflon One Coat, another member of the Teflon family, ensures that you get a formula one grade for fluorite plastic that combines both tough resistivity to tear and abrasion. Consequently, using any member of the Teflon family of industrial coatings assures you of unsurpassed excellence.


Great info!
Posted by: Nick | August 26, 2016, 11:20 am
Hard to beat this product.
Posted by: Carol | June 17, 2016, 4:09 pm
I always use Teflon. It's such a great product.
Posted by: Javier | June 3, 2016, 3:47 pm
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