Teflon® Coatings Web Site Describes Products, Services and Formulations

A new web site featuring the capabilities of one of the original licensed industrial applicators of Chemours Teflon® finishes in the United States is being introduced by Applied Plastics Co., Inc. of Norwood, Massachusetts.

The Applied Plastics Web site describes the products and services provided by this firm which has over 50 years experience in Teflon coating services.  Featured products are medical grade wire and forming mandrels, PTFE fluoro-polymer coated hypotubes, multi-laminate motor and stator stacking services, and electrostatic powder spraying using electrostatic fluidized bed, conventional spraying, and spool-to-spool techniques.

Providing descriptions and applications for popular coatings and finishes, the Applied Plastics Web site includes PTFE, FEP, Teflon-S ®, Silver Stone®, PFA, Xylan®, Kynar®, Nylon®, Polyester and Epoxy.  Services described include a history of problem-solving using specialty finishes to meet stringent aerospace, commercial, FDA, medical, and military specifications.

The Applied Plastics Web site is appliedplastics.com and provides visitors with an opportunity to request a quote or more information.
For more information contact:

Applied Plastics LLC
25 Endicott St. / P.O. Box 128
Norwood, MA 02062-0128
(781) 762-1881
[email protected]


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Superior medical devices require superior coatings.

Our proprietary PTFE Natural® coated mandrels offer unmatched benefits.


Low Coefficient of Friction

PTFE Natural® coatings provide a coefficient of friction generally in the range of 0.05 to 0.20, depending on the load and sliding speed.



PTFE Natural® coatings can operate continuously at temperatures up to 550°F and can be used for intermittent service up to 600°F with adequate ventilation.



Non-Stick Very few solid substances will permanently adhere to a PTFE Natural® coating. While tacky materials may show some adhesion, almost all substances release easily.



Chemical environments usually do not affect a PTFE Natural® coating. Only molten alkali metals and highly reactive fluorinating agents are known to affect this coating.



The proprietary PTFE Natural™ coating process enhances the substrate bonding surface to provide optimum lubricity without flaking or cracking.



Since PTFE Natural® finishes are both hydrophobic and oleophobic, cleanup is easier and more thorough.