Welding mirror with PFA Coating (Nonstick Coating)

PFA - Perfluoroalkoxy

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PFA-based nonstick and chemical protection coatings

PFA coatings provide excellent nonstick properties for your equipment and products, especially if applied in a thick-film version. PFA coatings also give superior chemical protection and temperature resistance up to 250°C (482°F).
Due to melt processing, PFA coatings can be applied at higher film thicknesses - from 30 to 250 µm. Nonstick properties and stain resistance generally increase with increasing film thickness. Higher DFTs (150 to 250 µm) are used for chemical and corrosion protection.
Our Ruby Red® coatings offer a combination of chemical and corrosion protection with nonstick properties. Minimum layer thickness is 300 µm. These coatings can with stand temperatures up to 260°C (500°F).
For most applications PFA has good durability, but if better wear is required, systems can be internally or externally reinforced to provide higher resistance.
PFA systems have a minimum of two coats (primer and topcoat). For higher DFTs, several coats are required to avoid stress cracking and sagging.

MyLine PFA

coatings are engineered by Adelhelm for maximum for diffusion resistance. They can be applied up to a DFT of 2,000 microns and have intrinsic wear durability.

Chemours™ Licensing

The Chemours Company has designated The Adelhelm Group as a Licensed Industrial Applicator Chemours™ (Teflon™) for 15 years. Adelhelm LubriCoat NA has been licensed since 2019, so and Teflon™ coatings from Adelhelm Chemour’s high quality standards™.

What is Teflon™?

Teflon™ is not a product or brand name – it represents a Chemours™ product family. Which includes fluoropolymers such as PFA and PTFE. Teflon™ coatings are used for nonstick applications.


  • Chemours
    • PTFE
    • Viton™
  • Klüber Lubrication
  • Henkel
  • Momentive
  • PPG (Whitford)
  • Etc...


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