Fluoropolymer Coating Types
Teflon®, Xylan®, PTFE coating and many more to suit your needs
As a leading fluoropolymer coating provider we offer a diverse range of industrial coating types.
These are used for aluminium, carbon steel, stainless steel, steel alloys, brass, zinc, magnesium, and other metals, as well as non-metallics such as glass, ceramics, elastomers, rubber, plastics, paper and wood.
Anti Friction Specialty Coatings Lubricants our extensive range of anti-friction and dry film lubrication coatings typically contain MoS2 (molybdenum disulphide), graphite or PTFE lubricating solids
PTFE coatings have the highest operating temperature of any fluoropolymer (290°C/550°F), excellent non-stick properties, good abrasion resistance and chemical resistance. Find out more about PTFE coatings
PEEK Coatings (PolyEtherEtherKetone)
AF800 Series PEEK powder is applied to a substrate to create a protective coating. Typically used to improve chemical, corrosion, abrasion and wear resistance of metal substrates. Learn more about PEEK coatings
FEP Coatings (Fluorinated Ethylene Propylene copolymer)
These high performance non-stick coatings melt and flow during baking and provide non-porous films. They provide excellent chemical resistance in addition to low friction. Maximum use temperature is 205°C/400°F. FEP is available in both water-based and powder forms. More on FEP coatings
PFA Coatings (PerFluoroAlkoxy)
These products also melt and flow during baking to provide non-porous films and increased permeation resistance. PFA coatings provide additional benefits of higher continuous use temperature 260°C, film thicknesses up to 1,000 micrometers and greater toughness than PTFE and FEP coatings. PFA has good non-stick properties and is a preferred coating for the food and bakery industries. More details on PFA coatings
ETFE Coatings (better known as Tefzel®)
ETFE coatings have excellent chemical resistance and can operate at 150°C/300°F. The resin is the toughest of the fluoropolymers and can be applied at film builds up to 1,000 micrometers. Discover more of the benefits of ETFE coatings
ECTFE Coatings (Ethylene-ChloroTriFluoroEthylene)
ECTFE based coatings (also known as Halar®) offer excellent resistance, impact strength and abrasion resistance. ECTFE is resistant to most bases, acids and organic solvents. They are widely used in both the chemical processing and pharmaceutical industries. Find out more about ECTFE coatings
PVDF Coatings (PolyVinyliDene Fluoride) (better known as Kynar®)
PVDF coatings offer good chemical resistance and are used on chemical processing equipment. They are unaffected by most chemicals and solvents and have excellent wear and abrasion resistance. PVDF also has a high dielectric strength and offers good weathering resistance and the ability to self-extinguish.
Please call us on +44 (0) 1992 515880, or email us via our online enquiry form to learn more about our PVDF coatings.
Many people around the world are familiar with Teflon® as a non-stick substance owing to its widespread use in frying pans and baking trays, but its remarkable properties also make it ideal for a wide range of specialised industrial applications. Having invested a considerable amount in the latest equipment on the market we are in a position to supply this and other materials, such as PFA, FEP and PVDF.
When you firm requires tooling and other equipment to be coated with a material that offers corrosion protection as well as being resistant to high temperatures, learn more about our Teflon® coatings expertise
Other coating materials we use include Nylon 11 (better known as Rilsan®), Polyethylene, Epoxy/Polyester, and FBE (Fusion Bonded Epoxy).