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Applied Plastics' Teflon® Coatings Used to Powder Coat a Variety of Devices

Published on 2011-03-14. Author : SpecialChem

A full range of Teflon® coatings that can be electro-statically powder coated onto a wide variety of components, devices, and housings to achieve bio-compatibility, chemical- and corrosion-resistance and other properties are available from Applied Plastics, Inc. of Norwood, Massachusetts.

Applied Plastics' Teflon® Coatings are suitable for enhancing the finish on parts ranging from under an ounce to 2,000 lbs. and can be applied from 0.0002" to 0.020" thick, depending upon the coating and substrate. Ideal for applications requiring bio-compatibility, chemical-, and corrosion-resistance, these coatings are offered in a wide range of formulations.

Highly lubricious and non-wetting, Applied Plastics' high performance coatings include Teflon® PTFE, FEP, PFA, Tefzel® ETFE, Teflon® S, Halar® ECTFE, Kynar® , Xylan® and others. Custom formulations are also available. Typical applications include medical devices, valve and pump components, filter housings, and all types of process and ventilation equipment.

Applied Plastics' Teflon® Coatings are priced according to formulation, part complexity, and quantity; applied in prototype to production quantities.

About Applied Plastics Co., Inc.

Founded in 1954, we are one of the original licensed industrial applicators of DuPont Teflon® finishes in the country and were one of the pioneers in the development of electrostatically applied powder coatings. Serving customers worldwide in virtually every industry, ranging from aerospace to medical, we know how to match the most appropriate coating and application technology to meet your precise requirements. Our skilled technicians understand the art and science of selecting, custom formulating, and applying functional finishes. We apply coatings that solve problems.

Source: Applied Plastics Co., Inc.

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