Teflon spraying is not unfamiliar to technicians in the spraying industry, but it is relatively unfamiliar to people outside the industry. Today, Xiaobian will use the form of questions and answers to help you better understand iron Flon spray. How much do you know about Teflon spraying? Let’s learn together!
How is the heat resistance of Teflon spraying?
Teflon industrial coatings work continuously at temperatures up to 260°C/500°F, and short-term use temperatures can reach 315°C/600°F with adequate ventilation. The unique electrical properties of Teflon coating Over a wide frequency range, Teflon coatings have high dielectric strength, low dielectric constant, and extremely high surface resistance.
What is the coefficient of friction of Teflon spraying?
The coefficient of friction of Teflon coatings is generally in the range of 0.05 to 0.20, depending on the load, sliding speed and the specific type of Teflon coating used.
How about the non-wetting properties of Teflon spraying?
Because surfaces coated with Teflon® are both oleophobic and hydrophobic, they do not get wet easily. Cleaning is easier and more thorough – in many cases these surfaces are self-cleaning. With special techniques, the material can even be sufficiently conductive to be used as an antistatic coating.
What is the low temperature stability of Teflon spraying?
Many Teflon industrial coatings can withstand harsh extreme temperature conditions without sacrificing their physical properties. Teflon industrial coatings can be used in low temperatures as low as -270°C/-454°F.
How is the chemical resistance of Teflon spraying?
Generally speaking, Teflon spray is not affected by the chemical environment. The only two chemicals that can affect Teflon spray industrial coatings are molten alkali metals and highly reactive fluorinating agents.