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The Advantages of Wear Resistant Coatings

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Wear resistant coatings of machine and plant equipment are vital in industrial production, which demands innovative ideas. They are important constant updates, which requires scheduled upkeep to ensure good working condition. The abrasive exposure to friction, however, is expected in its entire production life. Machine breakdown, repair or replacement would certainly occur. This is a major cause of concern in terms of maintenance, depreciation, costs due to delay in production, and opportunity costs for not meeting expected output.

One of the ways to respond to these issues and ensure top-notch performance is to apply wear resistant coatings in equipment or parts prone to wearing and damage. As an initial solution to prevent functional problems or their recurrence, the use of wear resistant coatings is a prevalent technique. Fluoropolymer impregnations and hard metal cladding offer this wear resistant quality and is a popular fix.

Different industries will find this coating treatment helpful considering the advantages it promises to bring to the machinery.

Advantage in Maintenance www.industrialcoat.com

Specialized coatings, such as PTFE, are wear resistant coatings with non-stick properties. This makes it quicker and easier to clean surface areas, thus, reducing overhead expenses. Such features can enhance machine quality and prolong its useful life.

Advantage in Water Resistance

Water or moisture has an abrasive consequence on metal surfaces. PTFE and hard metal cladding is primarily hydrophobic allowing such coatings to prevent water absorption. Aside from making routine cleanup a breeze, the ability to resist water also aids in the durability of equipment.

Advantage in Temperature Resistance

PTFE gives the greatest advantage in resisting temperature among all fluoropolymers. From the height of 600F to the lowest point of -454F, PTFE can withstand such pressures, thereby contributing to flexibility in the operation of the life it can endure.

Advantage in Chemical Resistance

The application of PTFE in surfaces allows any material to be non-reactive to most chemicals and affords one of the least frictions. These attributes make PTFE flexible in the industries or facilities it can serve. You can use it in food processing equipment, instrumentation or medical technologies, and automotive parts.

Advantage in Performance

With an equipment applied to wear resistant coatings, it promises to function with |maximum productivity. With the benefits it provides, such as ease in maintenance, flexibility and durability, a production facility can maximize its output capacity and machine hours. By adding strength to equipment and reducing the possibility of damage, wear resistant coatings provide added value to a process and contribute to profitability.

All throughout its useful life, every production equipment is expected to perform and provide the highest amount of output. To know what industrial coatings will be the most beneficial and cost-effective choice, understand what kind of wear the equipment will be susceptible to first. Whether its abrasion, corrosion, scratching, oxidation or erosion, there is a coating solution that will bring the appropriate quality to any equipment. Commit every equipment to wear resistant coatings and address concern with surface performance with a solution that guarantees it endures.

Chuck Donald
Performance Engineered Components
262 250 8460
www.industrialcoat.com

Performance Engineered Components offers consulting and production on a vast array of industrial solutions.

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