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PTFE Roller coating Storage Tank

Working pressure: -0.098MPa~+2.5MPa
Working temperature: -100~+200℃
Storage tank form: vertical storage tank, horizontal storage tank.
Tank shell: carbon steel, stainless steel 304, 316L, titanium alloy Ti, duplex stainless steel 2205
Lining material: ECTFE(F30), ETFE(F40), FEP, PFA
Sealing gasket: PTFE, rubber-coated PTFE

Introduction to PTFE Roller Coating Storage Tanks

PTFE Roller Coating Storage Tanks utilize an advanced electrostatic PTFE spray coating process, establishing themselves at the forefront of anti-corrosion technology. This method involves a meticulous process from the initial surface preparation through to the final high-temperature bake, creating a storage solution that offers unmatched durability and resistance to chemical corrosion. The process is designed to coat tanks thoroughly, ensuring a uniform, dense layer of PTFE, which is renowned for its chemical inertness. By adopting this leading-edge technology, these tanks are crafted to meet the stringent requirements of industries that handle corrosive substances, providing a reliable and long-lasting storage solution that maintains the integrity of the stored materials.

Detailed Description

The creation of a PTFE Roller Coating Storage Tank begins with critical preparatory steps to ensure the steel surface is perfectly conditioned for coating. The process starts with high-temperature degreasing to remove any oils or residues, followed by sandblasting to create a rough surface texture that enhances the adhesion of the coating. A specialized primer is then applied to further improve the bonding of the PTFE to the tank. The key to the process is the electrostatic application of PTFE powder, which is charged and uniformly attracted to the tank's surface, ensuring even coverage. This is followed by high-temperature baking, where the PTFE melts and forms a dense, protective layer firmly adhered to the steel. This cycle of coating and baking is repeated multiple times to build up the desired thickness, typically up to 2mm, ensuring the tank is fully protected against corrosion and permeation.

Key Features

Corrosion Resistance: The PTFE coating provides exceptional chemical stability, making these tanks highly resistant to a wide range of corrosive substances. This feature is particularly valuable in environments that handle harsh chemicals, ensuring the longevity and safety of the storage solution.

Permeation Resistance: The dense PTFE layer acts as an effective barrier against the penetration of small molecule gases, such as oxygen and chlorine, safeguarding the purity of stored materials. This characteristic is crucial for maintaining the integrity of sensitive substances.

High Thermal Efficiency: Despite the insulating properties of PTFE, these tanks are designed for superior heat transfer efficiency. This makes them ideal for applications requiring temperature-controlled storage, preserving the quality and stability of temperature-sensitive materials.

Smooth Coating Surface: The surface of the PTFE coating is exceptionally smooth and non-stick, significantly reducing friction and minimizing the likelihood of scaling. This facilitates easier cleaning and maintenance, enhancing operational efficiency and hygiene.

Advantages Of Our PTFE Roller Coating Storage Tanks

High Purity: The low leach rates of these tanks are particularly significant in industries where purity is paramount, such as the photovoltaic sector. The PTFE coating ensures that stored materials remain uncontaminated and pure, meeting the most stringent regulatory standards.

Strong Adhesion: The electrostatic PTFE spray coating process ensures that the coating strongly adheres to the tank's surface. This robust bond provides exceptional durability and resistance, even under vacuum pressures, preventing delamination and ensuring the integrity of the coating over time.

Customizable Structure: These tanks can be tailored to meet specific operational needs, accommodating various shapes and complex configurations. This flexibility allows for seamless integration into existing systems and processes, regardless of spatial constraints or design requirements.

Long Service Life: Designed to withstand the rigors of industrial use, PTFE Roller Coating Storage Tanks are built for longevity. With minimal degradation over time, these tanks offer over a decade of reliable service, significantly reducing the need for frequent replacements and lowering long-term operational costs.


Tank Shell Materials

The structural integrity and compatibility of the tanks with different media are ensured by offering a variety of materials for the tank shell, including:

Carbon Steel: For general-purpose storage.

Stainless Steel 304/316L: For enhanced corrosion resistance.

Titanium Alloy: For superior strength and durability in highly corrosive environments.

Duplex Stainless Steel 2205: Combines excellent mechanical properties with high corrosion resistance.

Lining Materials

To cater to specific storage needs and chemical compatibilities, several lining material options are available, including:

ECTFE: Known for its chemical resistance and mechanical strength.

ETFE: Offers excellent toughness and corrosion resistance.

FEP: Provides an ultra-smooth surface and outstanding chemical resistance.

PFA: Combines the properties of PTFE and FEP, offering high temperature resistance and excellent chemical stability.

Sealing Gaskets

To ensure a leak-proof seal, gaskets are available in:

PTFE: For its universal chemical compatibility and high-temperature resistance.

Rubber-Coated PTFE: Offers the resilience of rubber with the chemical resistance of PTFE, suitable for dynamic applications.


A selection of fasteners is provided to suit various environmental and chemical conditions, including:

Galvanized Bolts: Economical choice for less aggressive conditions.

Stainless Steel Bolts: For environments requiring corrosion resistance.

Fluorine-Lined Bolts: For the highest level of chemical resistance, matching the tank's lining.

Accessories for PTFE Roller Coating Storage Tanks

To enhance functionality and ensure operational efficiency, PTFE Roller Coating Storage Tanks can be equipped with a range of accessories:

Pressure Balancing

Nitrogen Sealing Units: Utilized to maintain an inert atmosphere within the tank, preventing oxidation or contamination of sensitive materials.

Breather Valves: Allow tanks to adjust to pressure changes during filling or emptying, preventing vacuum formation or overpressure.

Flame Arresters: Safety devices designed to stop the propagation of flames into or out of the tank, protecting against fire or explosion hazards.

Material Handling

Fluorine-lined Ball Valves: Available in manual, electric, and pneumatic operations, these valves ensure a leak-proof flow control of materials into and out of the tank, compatible with the tank’s lining.

Diaphragm Pumps: Used for the transfer of chemicals, these pumps are available with fluorine linings to ensure compatibility and resistance against the stored substances.

Measurement Devices

PP and PVDF Metering Pumps: Provide precise dosing capabilities for chemicals, available in materials compatible with a wide range of substances.

Observation Devices

Fluorine-lined Sight Glasses and Level Gauges: Essential for monitoring the contents of the tank, these devices are lined to ensure chemical compatibility and provide a clear view without risk of contamination.


PTFE Roller Coating Storage Tanks are extensively used across various industries, showcasing their versatility and necessity:

Chemical Processing: Essential for the storage of reactive, corrosive chemicals, these tanks provide a safe containment solution, preventing contamination and ensuring process integrity.

Pulp and Paper Industry: Used in the storage of chemicals for processing and treatment, offering resistance against corrosive substances used in paper bleaching and manufacturing processes.

Food Industry: Although less common, these tanks serve in storing food-grade chemicals and additives, benefiting from the PTFE lining’s non-reactive and clean surface properties.

Semiconductor Manufacturing: Critical for containing high-purity solvents and acids used in wafer fabrication and cleaning, where purity and chemical stability are paramount.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

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1.What is the temperature limit for PTFE coating?

Answer: PTFE coatings are known for their excellent thermal stability, suitable for temperatures ranging from -100°C to +260°C (-148°F to +500°F). This wide temperature range makes PTFE-coated tanks exceptionally versatile for various industrial applications, including those involving extreme heating or cooling processes. However, prolonged exposure to temperatures near the upper limit can cause the coating to weaken or degrade, so it’s crucial to consider the operational environment and process temperatures when selecting PTFE-coated equipment.

2. Is PTFE and Teflon the same thing?

Answer: Yes, PTFE (Polytetrafluoroethylene) and Teflon are essentially the same material. Teflon is a brand name owned by Chemours (formerly part of DuPont) for their range of PTFE products. PTFE is the chemical compound name, while Teflon is a trademarked brand that has become synonymous with the material due to its widespread use and popularity. Both refer to the same polymer known for its non-stick properties, chemical resistance, and high-temperature tolerance, widely used in coatings for cookware, industrial tanks, and many other applications.

3. How durable is PTFE coating?

Answer: PTFE coatings are highly durable in terms of chemical resistance and thermal stability. They can withstand a wide range of chemicals without degrading, making them ideal for use in harsh industrial environments. Additionally, PTFE coatings maintain their integrity over a broad temperature spectrum. However, mechanical durability, such as resistance to scratching or cutting, is relatively low compared to metallic or harder surfaces. Proper handling and maintenance are crucial to prevent physical damage. With appropriate care, PTFE-coated tanks can have a long service life, often exceeding a decade of use without significant degradation in performance.

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