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Applied Plastics' Teflon® Powder Coatings Help Prevent Damage in Industrial Equipment

Published on 2012-07-23. Author : SpecialChem

Teflon® powder coating service for all types of parts requiring chemical and corrosion-resistance, ranging from small components to large castings, is being offered by Applied Plastics Co., Inc. of Norwood, Massachusetts.

Applied Plastics' Teflon® powder coatings are tailored to customer requirements and include standard formulations such as Teflon® PTFE, FEP, PFA, Tefzel® ETFE, Teflon® S, Halar®, ECTFE, Kynar®, and Xylan®, along with custom formulations if needed. Electrostatically applied from 0.0002" to 0.025" thick, depending upon the coating and substrate, these coatings add chemical- and corrosion-resistance to parts up to 2,000 lbs.

Suitable for single parts to high-quantity production runs, Applied Plastics' Teflon® powder coating service includes the proper surface preparation and subsequent baking to assure a uniform finish that resists abrasion, chemical attack, corrosion, and mechanical damage. Typical parts include valves, pumps, mixers, chutes, handles, and tanks.

Applied Plastics' Teflon® powder coating service is priced according to formulation, part complexity and quantity.

About Applied Plastics

Applied Plastics works closely with its customer's staff to determine their finish needs, they select the proper coating and manufacturing methods to optimize product performance and reduce costs. Most importantly, if a standard coating doesn't exist, they have the expertise and experience necessary to custom formulate coating solutions. They coat parts to meet the most stringent aerospace, commercial, FDA, medical, and military specifications. As one of the a select group of licensed DuPont Teflon® industrial applicators, with over 50 years of time-tested knowledge and experience, they are extremely well qualified to provide a full range of innovative coating solutions.

Source: Applied Plastics


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