ENTF COMPOSITE COATING

ENTF COATING

This is a COMPOSITE coating, which has been developed in the last 20 years and which contains ELECTROLESS Nickel-Phosphor-Teflon.
It forms a homogeneous film layer on all surfaces.

CHARACTERISTICS
•    Ensures dry lubrication,
•    Prevents the molded or processed material from sticking on the mold and ensures easy cleaning of potential impurities,
•    Ensures that Teflon remains on the surface, which ensures non-adherence and easy cleaning under high pressures,
•    It has low friction coefficient,
•    Ensures high corrosion resistance,
•    Ensures a homogeneous coating thickness in all surfaces,
•    Coating thickness can be adjusted in desired thickness and in restrained tolerances,
•    It increases the cleaning period of  the molds and decreases the maintenance times.
•    It increases the surface quality on molded materials.

PHYSICAL PROPERTIES
•    PTFE rate in the composite coating=  7%  - 10 %
•    Coating thickness = 5 micron - 20 micron
•    Dry lubrication =   PTFE`s coefficient of friction is 0.04 to 0.07
•    Corrosion Resistance =  above 250 hours salt spray test (for 25 micron thickness)
•    Coating Hardness = up to 600 HV
•    abrasion resistance= 14 MG Tabor CS-10 wheel w/1 kg load
•    Working temperature=  -20 ºC with  350 ºC
•    The maximum part size that can be coated= 800mm X 500 mm X 350 mm.


FIELDS OF APPLICATION
•    Plastic and rubber molds,
•    Supersensitive machine parts that require dry lubrication,
•    Pistons,
•    Automotive, clutch pedal parts,
•    Universal valve balls and butterfly valves,
•    Carburetor choke shafts,
•    Fasteners,