Industrial coating applicators in the aerospace and defense industries ensure critical equipment and parts’ safety, functionality, and durability. As a result, they must operate within a highly regulated environment that meets rigorous standards and regulations. One essential standard for this is the National Aerospace and Defense Contractors Accreditation Program (Nadcap, formerly known as NADCAP). Nadcap…Click to Read More and Apply ▼
Fluoropolymer Coatings for Aerospace, Food Service, Industrial, Medical, and Packaging Industries
Fluoropolymer coatings have transformed how different industries boost the durability and longevity of materials. They are distinguished by their superior chemical resistance, durability at high temperatures, and low friction coefficient. These features make them an excellent option for multiple industries, including the aerospace, food service, industrial, medical, and packaging sectors. In this article, we will…Click to Read More and Apply ▼
Halar Applications for Aerospace, Food Service, Industrial, Medical, and Packaging Industries
Industries requiring high-performance components need materials to maintain quality under harsh conditions. Halar, also called ethylene chlorotrifluoroethylene (ECTFE), is a fluoropolymer popular for its excellent chemical resistance, thermal stability, and mechanical strength. It is also the go-to material for diverse industrial applications for its adaptability and durability. In this article, we will examine some of…Click to Read More and Apply ▼
Importance of Teflon™ Coating Services
Click to Expand When referring to fluoropolymer coatings, the name Teflon™ typically comes to mind. Teflon™ is not a product in itself but a brand name for products in the fluoropolymer plastics family, which consists of fluorinated ethylenepropylene (FEP), polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE), ethylene tetrafluoroethylene (ETFE), and perfluoroalkoxy alkanes (PFA). Coating professionals can apply Teflon spray coatings…Click to Read More and Apply ▼
Are There Different Types of Powder Coatings?
A powder coating can be either a base or a finish coat that cures into a solid film and offers protection to the coated surface beneath. The composition of these coatings includes the powder, or ground-up pigment particles, and a polymer resin, and the chemical properties of powder coatings change when they undergo heat exposure….Click to Read More and Apply ▼
What is Food Safe Coating?
Click to Expand What is Food Safe Coating? In the food processing industry, properly applied Teflon™ and other fluoropolymer coatings such as Xylan(r) and Halar(r) can maximize product quality and productivity. The non-stick coating ensures maximum food product release which means less machine downtime to clear sticks/jams and fewer defective products and cross-contamination opportunities. The…Click to Read More and Apply ▼