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Coating Thickness: Standard thickness of 1mm, with the capability to coat up to 2mm.
Process: Electrostatic Spray Coating
Temperature Range: Varies depending on the specific fluoropolymer used.
Pressure Rating: Varies by design and specific application requirements.


This document introduces the tower section tanks coated with fluoropolymers (PTFE, PFA, FEP, ETFE, ECTFE, PVDF) using electrostatic spray coating technology, an advanced anti-corrosion technique suitable for applications in the chemical industry, pulp and paper industry, food industry, and the semiconductor industry.

Product Description

The electrostatic spray coating technique with fluoropolymers involves treating the surface of the equipment at high temperatures for oil and rust removal, followed by sandblasting to roughen the surface. A special primer is then applied before using high-voltage electrostatic equipment to uniformly adsorb fluoropolymer powder onto the surface of the equipment. Through multiple coatings and high-temperature baking, a dense protective layer is formed, adhering strongly to the surface of the workpiece. This process ensures a uniform, dense protective coating that significantly enhances the equipment's resistance to corrosion and chemical attack, ensuring longevity and reliability in harsh industrial environments.

Key Features

High Adhesion: The equipment's surface undergoes a special treatment to ensure a strong bond of the coating. This process enhances the durability of the coating, making it more resilient to physical and chemical wear.

Chemical Stability: Offers broad resistance to chemical corrosion. The selection of fluoropolymers like PTFE, PFA, FEP, ETFE, ECTFE, and PVDF provides a barrier against a wide range of chemical substances, ensuring the integrity and longevity of the equipment.

High-Temperature Resistance: The capability to withstand high temperatures varies with the specific fluoropolymer used. This feature is critical for operations in environments where exposure to high temperatures is common, maintaining the protective qualities of the coating without degradation.

Uniform Coating: Utilizing high-voltage electrostatic spray technology ensures an even distribution of the coating material across the surface of the equipment. This uniformity is key to achieving consistent protection against corrosion and chemical attack.

Structural Advantages

Extended Equipment Life: By effectively preventing corrosion, the need for maintenance is reduced, thus prolonging the operational lifespan of the equipment. This results in significant cost savings over time and increases the reliability of industrial processes.

Enhanced Product Purity: The coating prevents contamination of products by the equipment materials. This is particularly important in industries where purity is crucial, such as in the food industry or semiconductor manufacturing.

Environmentally Friendly: Reducing equipment corrosion also diminishes environmental pollution. By extending the life of equipment and reducing the need for replacements and repairs, the ecological footprint of industrial operations is minimized.

Material Specifications

The detailed specifications are customized based on specific applications and customer requirements. These include but are not limited to coating thickness, temperature range, and pressure rating. The flexibility in specification ensures that each coating solution is tailored to meet the unique demands of different industrial environments, providing optimized performance and protection.


Fittings and Seals: Customized according to the type of equipment and the application context. These components are essential for ensuring a leak-proof and secure connection within the system, contributing to the overall integrity and performance of the coating solution. The design and materials of fittings and seals are chosen to complement the fluoropolymer coatings, providing optimal compatibility and resistance to chemical attack.

Supports and Fixtures: Designed to ensure the stability of the equipment in its specific application. These structural components are critical for maintaining the correct positioning and functionality of the equipment under operational conditions. Supports and fixtures are tailored to meet the demands of various industrial environments, ensuring that the equipment remains secure and effective in its role.


Chemical Industry

Provides corrosion protection solutions that are essential for the longevity and reliability of equipment used in the production, handling, and storage of chemical products. The fluoropolymer coatings are specifically valued for their resistance to a wide range of chemicals, reducing downtime and maintenance costs.

Pulp and Paper Industry

Prevents corrosion and contamination from chemicals used in the processing and manufacturing of pulp and paper. The coatings ensure that equipment such as tanks, pipes, and vessels can withstand the harsh chemicals involved in pulp bleaching and paper production, contributing to safer and more efficient operations.

Food Industry

Ensures the hygiene and purity of product contact surfaces. The non-reactive and inert nature of fluoropolymer coatings makes them ideal for applications where food safety is paramount. They provide an effective barrier against contamination, facilitating compliance with strict health and safety regulations.

Semiconductor Industry

Material handling under high purity requirements is crucial in semiconductor manufacturing. The coatings are applied to equipment and components to prevent contamination that can lead to defects in semiconductor wafers. The use of fluoropolymer coatings is integral to maintaining the stringent cleanliness standards required in the semiconductor industry.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

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1. What is the difference between PTFE and Teflon?

Answer: PTFE, or PolyTetraFluoroEthylene, is a synthetic fluoropolymer of tetrafluoroethylene that has numerous applications due to its non-reactivity, high melting point, and low friction. Teflon is a brand name originally owned by DuPont for a range of fluoropolymer products, including PTFE. While Teflon is a specific brand of PTFE products, the term has become widely used to refer to PTFE material in general. Therefore, the main difference lies in the naming: PTFE is the chemical compound, and Teflon is a brand name for products made from PTFE.

2. What is PTFE coating used for?

Answer: PTFE coating is used for its excellent non-stick properties, chemical resistance, and high-temperature tolerance. It is widely applied in industries such as aerospace, automotive, food processing, and electronics for reducing friction, wear, and energy consumption of machinery. In the cookware industry, it's used to create non-stick surfaces. In the chemical industry, PTFE coatings protect equipment from corrosive substances. Additionally, its use in cable and wire insulation highlights its electrical insulating properties. The versatility of PTFE coatings makes them ideal for a vast range of applications.

3. How durable is PTFE coating?

Answer: The durability of PTFE coating depends on factors such as the thickness of the coating, the quality of the application, and the operating environment. Generally, PTFE coatings are known for their excellent durability, offering long-lasting performance in extreme conditions, including high temperatures, corrosive chemicals, and physical wear. When properly applied, PTFE coatings can withstand significant amounts of stress and exposure without degrading, making them highly reliable for industrial applications. However, mechanical abrasion and improper application can reduce their lifespan. With proper maintenance, PTFE-coated equipment can have an extended operational life, offering a cost-effective solution for many industries.

4. How do you coat with PTFE?

Answer: Coating with PTFE involves several key steps to ensure the coating adheres properly and performs as expected. The process typically starts with surface preparation, which includes cleaning, degreasing, and sometimes etching the surface to enhance adhesion. After preparation, a primer may be applied to further improve the bond between the PTFE and the substrate. The PTFE coating is then applied using a spray, dip, or powder coating process, depending on the specific requirements of the application. After coating, the item is cured in an oven at a high temperature to allow the PTFE to adhere firmly to the surface and achieve its desirable properties. This process requires precision and expertise to ensure the coating is uniform and durable.

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