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Teflon coating of magnesium?


 

I am brainstorming to try to streamline an industrial production process for my company; what I am trying to discover is whether or not magnesium can be coated with Teflon. The operational temperature of the magnesium component will be between 300 and 500 degrees F, depending on the thickness of the polyethelene being sealed. (Usually between 1 and 4 mil.)

David Furr
- Terre Haute, IN, USA


 

Magnesium can be easily coated with Teflon using the KERONITE coating as the precoat. KERONITE provides for the extremely good adhesion both between the magnesium and the Teflon, top quality wear and corrosion resistance.

Sergey Usov
KERONITE Limited - Cambridge, UK



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