Whitford coatings suited for water/waste water applications.
|Any mating surfaces that need dry lubrication in high speed and/or low pressure environments such as rotary actuators, valve balls, plugs stems, bearings.
|| High temperature resistant; low coefficient of friction; abrasion/wear resistant; easy clean; dry film lubricant; thermoset; wide use temperature; anti-galling.
|Fastener coating for extreme low or high temperatures.
||Resin-bonded, thermosetting, dry-film lubricant designed for conventional spray techniques which, when compared to Xylan 1010, contains significantly more bonding resin relative to its content of PTFE lubricant. Altering the formula in this manner produces finishes which are harder, more abrasion-resistant, glossier, and less porous. Frictional values remain low and very predictable.
| Temperature sensitive elastomers; plastics.
||Low-cure, VOC compliant coating formulated for application by a conventional spray or dip spin technique. Provides good adhesion, excellent lubricity and moderate chemical resistance. Note: VOC compliance applies to USA only.
|Standard fastener coating.
||This VOC compliant, resin-bonded, PTFE based coating is primarily formulated for use on fasteners to prevent corrosion and facilitate make-up torque. It is intended for application by conventional spray techniques. Note: VOC compliance applies to USA only.
|Threaded fasteners, springs, clips and stampings.
||This resin bonded coating, designed for application by a dip spin technique, has the same ratio of PTFE to coating solids as Xylan 1014. This results in a "dip spinnable" dry film lubricant coating.
|Used for food contact application requiring a dry film lubricant.
||Resin-bonded, thermosetting, dry-film lubricant; easy-clean coating designed for conventional spray techniques.
|Used when regulation will not allow solvent-borne coatings.
||Is a resin-bonded, nonstick coating formulated to operate continuously to temperatures of 500°F (260°C). It is the coating of choice on cooking surfaces of aluminum castings.
|Water heater elements, shuttle valves.
||The choice of manufacturers whose fabrication process dictates that metal parts be formed after the application of the surface finish. This formula contains a high percentage of PTFE for excellent long-term performance. This is a high release (HR) formulation.