When you need to protect food and pharmaceutical processing equipment against the effects of contamination, corrosion, wear and other threats, we have you covered with a variety of FDA- and USDA-compliant surface treatments.
Many of our coating families meet these strict regulations, allowing their use on parts that make direct contact with food, or undergo rigorous sterilization and wash-down procedures. Thanks to these coatings, you can meet critical objectives such as:
We can apply our FDA- and USDA-compliant surface treatments to a wide range of machinery, such as extrusion, forming, cutting, cooking, filling, feeding and sealing equipment, as well as guide rods and centrifuges.
Our engineers are available to help you select the right FDA- and USDA-compliant surface treatment to protect your sensitive food and pharmaceutical processing equipment.Contact Us
Hard anodizing dramatically improves the surface hardness of aluminum versus other processes.
Electroless nickel coating provides superior protection against wear, friction and corrosion.
Thermal spray composite protects and restores metal parts.
Polymer-based coating prevents severe corrosion and chemical attack to metals in hostile environments.
Titanium nitride physical vapor deposition (PVD) surface treatment suits tight-tolerance applications and surpasses stainless steel for extreme wear and abrasion performance.
Titanium nitride PVD surface treatment keeps blades, knives and slider graders sharper for longer.
Many of our coatings are available in FDA- and USDA-compliant versions so food production operations of any size can defend against contaminants and other threats, keeping equipment running longer, maximizing production and reducing maintenance needs. In addition to their use in food equipment, engineered coatings also impart release properties and reduce friction in powder handling equipment.