What are the performance advantages of Teflon spraying? In recent years, Teflon spraying coatings have been very popular due to their performance advantages. Teflon spray TEFLON, also known as Teflon spray, Teflon, Teflon spray can be applied to carbon steel, stainless steel, aluminum, copper, magnesium and various alloys and other metal materials, can also be applied to glass, glass fiber And some non-metallic materials such as rubber and plastic. The application of Teflon spraying is usually a combination of its own superior properties. Its advantageous properties include:
- Teflon spraying has the lowest friction coefficient among all solid materials, and its range is about 0.05~0.2, depending on the surface pressure, sliding speed and which spraying is used.
- Teflon sprayed surface has extremely low surface tension, so it shows extremely strong non-stickiness. Very few solids can stick permanently to the spray. Although gelatinous substances may adhere to their surfaces to some extent, most materials are easy to clean on their surfaces.
- In a wide frequency range, Teflon has high dielectric strength, low dielectric coefficient, and extremely high surface resistance. After special formulation or industrial treatment, it can even have certain conductivity and can be used as antistatic coating.
- Teflon sprayed surface has strong hydrophobicity and oleophobicity, so cleaning is easier and more thorough. In fact, sprays exhibit self-cleaning properties in many cases.
Spraying has strong high temperature resistance and fire resistance, which is made of Teflon with high melting point and self-ignition point, as well as unexpectedly low thermal conductivity. The working temperature of Teflon spraying can reach up to 290°C, and the intermittent working temperature can even reach 315°C.
Generally, Teflon spraying is not affected by the chemical environment. The only chemicals known to affect Teflon so far are molten alkali metals and fluorinating agents at high temperatures. Many Teflon industrial coatings can withstand severe absolute zero without loss of mechanical properties. Teflon industrial coatings can be used at temperatures as low as -270oC/-454oF.