Fluoropolymer (Teflon)

Dupont Teflon®

Dupont Teflon® industrial coatings are available in both powder and liquid forms. The versatility of these coatings allow almost unlimited application to a wide variety of part sizes and configuration – always adding value that goes far beyond the inherent nonstick qualities.

Dupont Teflon® industrial  coatings can be used on carbon steel, aluminum, stainless steel, steel alloys, brass and magnesium, as well non-metallics such as glass, fiberglass, some rubber and plastics. Optimum adhesion is obtained by roughening the surface prior to application of the coating. Except where specifically mentioned, most Teflon® industrial coating required a primer coat.

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Outstanding Properties
Very few solid substances will permanently adhere to a Teflon® finish. And while tacky materials may show some adhesion, almost all substances release easily.
Low coefficient of friction
The coefficient of friction of Teflon® is generally in the range of 0.05 to 0.20, depending on the load, sliding speed and particular Teflon® coating used.
Since surfaces coated with Teflon® are both oleophobic and hydrophobic, they are not readily wet. Cleanup is easier and more thorough – in many cases, surfaces are self-cleaning.
Heat resistance
Teflon® industrial coatings can operate continuously at temperatures up to 290ํC/550ํF and can be used for intermittent service up to 315ํC/600ํF with adequate ventilation.
Unique electrical properties
Over a wide range of frequencies, Teflon® has high dielectric strength, low dissipation factor and very high surface resistivity. By special techniques, it can even be made electroconductive enough to be used as an anti-static coating.
Crygenic stability
Many Teflon® industrial coatings withstand severe temperature extremes without loss of physical properties. Teflon® industrial may be considered for use at temperatures as low as -270ํC/-454ํF.
Chemical resistance
Teflon® is normally unaffected by chemical environments. The only chemical known to affect all Teflon® industrial coatings are molten alkali metals and highly reactive fluorinating agents.