Fluoropolymer (PTFE, FEP, ECTFE)

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Fluoropolymer

(PTFE, FEP, ECTFE)

Fluoropolymer coatings have unique ‘non-stick’ / ‘anti-stick’ properties. These properties derive from the PTFE chemical structure, which can be seen below. The shear bond strength of the Fluorine atoms to the carbon atoms makes the structure very difficult to breakdown. The Bond Displacement Energy (BDE) is as high as 544kJ/mol and this bond strength makes PTFE coatings highly chemically resistant as well as providing the phenomenal non-stick properties.

The pre-treatment of the parts prior to applying the fluoropolymer are key to ensuring optimum adhesion and desired properties are achieved.

We can offer a variety fluoropolymers and resin or binder systems that allows us to tailor the chemical resistance, temperature resistance, wear resistance and coefficient of friction properties of the coating.

For advanced fluoropolymer solutions see Apticote 200.

Materials Processed:

Nickel Alloys, Carbon Steels, Stainless Steels, Titanium alloys, Aluminium alloys

Tank sizes: Gloucester

1m x 1.5m x 1m

Tank sizes: Cardiff

1m x 1.5m x 1m

Tank sizes: Poland

1m x 1.5m x 1m

The tank sizes shown above are approximate sizes only. If you have a larger part then please contact us as we may still be able to help.

Features

Low Coefficient of Friction

Non-stick / Anti-stick

Reduces friction

High temperature (up to 350°C)

Corrosion resistance

Chemical resistance

Anti-Galling

Anti-Fretting

Reduce heat generation

Applications

Packaging machines

Rollers & chutes

Fasteners

Mould tools

Subsea fasteners

Food processing and baking equipment

Heat seal bars

Fluoropolymer (PTFE, FEP, ECTFE)