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Non-stick coatings

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Non-stick coatings, including Teflon™ and Excalibur®, for the non-stick advantage and more

Most people associate non-stick coating with cookware that is easy to clean and releases food easily without using oil, but they’re used widely in industry to improve production processes, cut operating and equipment costs, and improve product quality. One example is blades: whether in the home or industrial setting, blades with non-stick coatings cut more precisely, cleanly and easily.

At Adelhelm LubriCoat NA, we apply non-stick coatings to a range of materials used in industrial processes, including plastics, foam and rubber.

Teflon™ – a non-stick leader

Teflon™ is the most recognized name in non-stick coatings. It’s not a single product - it’s the brand name for a family of products made by the Chemours™ company.  Chemically, it’s based on PTFE (polytetrafluoroethylene), a synthetic fluoropolymer of tetrafluoroethylene.

In addition to being used for its non-stock properties, Teflon is used as a dry lubricant coating as traction and friction modifiers, a chemical protection coating, and an electrically insulating coating.

Adelhelm LubriCoat NA has been a Chemours™ Licensed Industrial Applicator (LIA) for 15 years, so you can be sure Teflon coatings from Adelhelm LubriCoat NA meet manufacturers standards for product quality and application.

Non-stick PTFE coating on isolation parts

Thermal spray and non-stick protection for processing
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Thermal spray low-friction and easy release with enhanced wear resistance

In addition to high release and low friction, Thermal spray coatings provide the durability and wear-resistance needed for parts and equipment like agitators, mixers, rollers, and compactors used in heavy industry.

Adcoat Thermal spray is PTFE-based and is externally reinforced with a special blend of stainless-steel alloys. In this process, the substrate is blasted with an abrasive to increase adherence, then sprayed with alloy particles using thermal spray that bonds to the substrate surface, forming a surface profile of peaks and valleys, allowing a base for the PTFE coating. Several coats of PTFE coatings fill the valleys and cover the peaks, locking it permanently to the applied alloys.  This provides toughness while preserving non-stick properties. Adcoat Thermal spray is known as the most wear-resistant of all low-friction and release fluoropolymer (PTFE) coatings. They can also be made food-safe and electrically conductive.

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More non-stick coatings to meet your needs

Adelhelm LubriCoat NA also provides non-stick coatings based on PFA (perfluoroalkoxy), FEP (fluorinated ethylene propylene), PEEK (polyetheretherketone), and SolGel (a hybrid coating) that are heat resistant up to 260°C. We customize the color, electrical conductivity, diffusion, and abrasion resistance to meet your specific requirements.


  • Chemours
  • Solvey
  • PPG/Whitford
  • Arkema
  • Myline


  • Steel
  • Aluminum
  • Cast Iron
  • Stainless Steel
  • Cast Aluminum
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