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Non-Sticking Coating to Rubber


2000

I need some help about an industrial coating over the rubber hose cores. The cores are made up SS and aluminum. The coating must resist: - 180 C - wet atmosphere - 6 atm pressure. And it must be non-sticking to rubber at conditions mentioned above. Thanks

Ertan YAZICI
- Turkey


2000

You can try with a Teflon coating.Contact to PTFE distributor for the best one (Dupont, Whitford, Acheson, etc).

Jordi Pujol
COATRESA SL - Barcelona


(2002)

I search a non-sticking coating to which very few solid or (I prefer )liquid substances will permanently ( or Semi permanently) adhere to steel mold for the rubber vulcanisation. Thanks for few suggestions

Patrice MEROZ
- Joué-les-Tours 37300 France



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