Fluoropolymers / Alfa Chemistry

Fluoropolymer Coatings


Applying protective coatings on commercial parts or products can improve the durability, resistance and service life of key parts or products, thereby reducing your equipment maintenance costs. Fluoropolymer coatings are a valuable method for enhancing commercial or industrial components used in critical equipment.

Advantages of fluoropolymer coating

Fluoropolymer Coatings
  • Generate and extend lubricity
  • Enhance resistance to extreme temperatures
  • Enhanced corrosion resistance
  • Improve weight-bearing capacity
  • Reduce friction
  • Increase surface resistivity

Fluoropolymer coating solutions

  • Corrosion resistant coating
  • It is designed for chemical and mechanical damage in corrosive environments and high purity applications. Alfa chemistry fluoropolymers can customize PVDF, ETFE and FEP coatings up to 1mm thick, and ECTFE and PFA coatings up to 1.5mm thick. Our coating is suitable for almost any metal surface that can withstand processing temperatures of 370 ~ 425°C.

  • Non-stick release coating
  • Our non-stick release coating allows easy release of food, rubber, glue adhesives or any other types of media from a variety of applications. If you need non-stick or mold release performance, our coatings are the perfect solution.

  • Self-lubricating coating
  • Our self-lubricating coating has excellent dry film lubricity and chemical resistance, while maintaining a low coefficient of friction, and is suitable for situations where secondary release agents are not recommended.

  • Product design and painting service
  • Before deciding which coating solution is best for your specific project, there are too many variables to consider, so we also provide product design services.

Coating material selection reference

  • PTFE (Polytetrafluoroethylene)
  • PTFE is mainly used in the food industry to enhance the performance of cooking materials. This coating minimizes friction, has extremely high abrasion resistance in the cooking environment, makes the surface smooth, and ensures that it meets food-grade requirements. After processing, the PTFE reinforced part will be able to withstand temperatures from a low temperature of approximately -40 °C to a high temperature of approximately 230 °C.

  • FEP (Fluorinated Ethylene Propylene)
  • FEP is similar to PTFE as a coating and is mainly used in the food and beverage industry to enhance the resistance of cooking surfaces. This coating is very useful in industrial environments because it can resist chemical, electrical and mechanical factors. After treatment, FEP reinforced parts can withstand temperatures up to 260 °C.

  • PVDF (Polyvinylidene Fluoride)
  • PVDF coating is commonly used to reinforce parts placed in key industries such as oil and gas, chemical manufacturing, oil refineries, and other industrial environments. Apply a thick coating to improve chemical resistance, strengthen the load-bearing capacity of parts, and withstand extreme temperatures. This ensures that the components will not be damaged by prolonged use in harsh environments. After processing, PVDF reinforced parts can withstand extreme temperatures up to 260 °C.

  • TFE
  • TFE is commonly used for screws, spline shafts and other high-performance parts used in the automotive, aerospace and manufacturing industries. TFE can increase the torque of vehicle components, maintain the dynamic balance of aircraft components such as propellers, and maintain the operation of machine components by reducing stress and friction. After treatment, TFE reinforced parts can withstand extreme temperatures up to 260 °C.

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