The Lectrofluor series of polymer-based surface treatments provides ferrous, non-ferrous and mixed-metal parts with superior resistance to corrosion and chemicals. Coatings in this series exhibit a very low coefficient of friction (COF) and offer excellent release properties.
Many Lectrofluor blends comply with USDA and FDA codes, making them desirable for food and pharmaceutical equipment, such as mixing vats and stirrers. Other suitable applications include chemical processing equipment, pumps, pipe valves, scrubbers, dryers and conveyor lines.
Lectrofluor provides superior properties compared to other common industry coatings. Its benefits include:
Developed to provide superior non-stick properties and withstand harsh cleaning agents. USDA and FDA compliant.
Specifically designed for rubber molding applications where toughness and release are required. This USDA- and FDA-compliant variant is also desirable for cheese and food applications requiring durability and release.
Excellent durability and release for food, drug and manufacturing applications. This FDA-compliant coating performs at temperatures up to 400°F.
A pigmented USDA- and FDA-compliant polymer that offers exceptional mold release, is unaffected by UV weathering and has cryogenic stability to 550°F with a very low COF.
Offers the same benefits as Lectrofluor 615, along with extra durability.
Excellent release for food and drug molding and manufacturing applications. Grey in color. Performs at temperatures to 500°F.
Offers exceptional polyvinyl chloride (PVC) plastic release and wear resistance properties with proven thermal stability up to 500°F.