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PTFE / CERAMIC COATING




Dear sir,

We do PTFE coating on textile / chemical processing machinery parts. We have a problem coating higher thickness in PTFE.

Kindly suggest. Please be good enough for giving proper information on CERAMIC COATING ON INDUSTRIAL parts where heavy abrasion is found.

Harshad M. Trivedi
- Surat, Gujarat, India
2001



2001

Dear friend,

Is there a company in your country that performs plasma spraying or HVOF? If so, before you put the PTFE coating, ask them to spray your component with a ceramic coating like Aluminum Oxide/Titanium Oxide and you are OK

Christos Sigalas
- Athens, Greece



2003

If you have an abrasion problem you can use a polyurea coating instead ceramic coating. The polyurea has a good resistance for abrasion.
Just if you have low temperature (125 °C maximum) Raul Mata
- Saltillo, Coahuila, Mexico




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