Why is Fluorocarbon Coating used?
Discovered over 70 years ago at
during a lab accident, Fluorocarbon is a coating that combines Fluorine (F) and Carbon (C), and because the C-F bond is one of the strongest bonds known, the fluorocarbon coating results in superior, long-term protection from a wide range of damaging environmental threats.
Will Fluorocarbon Coatings resist heat?
Testing of fluorocarbon coatings for flammability showed that fluorocarbons were not flammable in air in any proportion.
What are the advantages of Fluorocarbon Coatings?
Fluorocarbon Coating performs well under a number of extreme environmental conditions. It provides protection from room temperature up to 200 °C (Continuous), and 250 °C for short periods of time.
Where Fluorocarbon Coating is best used?