PTFE Impregnation Graphlon © 611 – Dry Film Lubricant Graphlon©
This process was developed by Graph and involves hard anodising followed by a supplementary finish of Poly Tetra Fluoro Ethylene (PTFE) for enhanced mechanical properties. PTFE provides a low coefficient of friction and chemical inertness allowing the treated parts to be used in a wide range of applications.
Graph also provides a ‘spray PTFE’ service which permits the coating of a variety of different metals other than aluminium.
Wear - this finish should be applied where maximum wear life and corrosion protection from a lubricant are required.
Excellent Corrosion Resistance – this finish significantly improves the corrosion performance of aluminium.
Lubricity - PTFE is used as a coating/seal to reduce friction between moving parts and increase wear, abrasion resistance and corrosion resistance. PTFE and certain other lubricant coatings may be applied over any anodized, hard coated or base metal surface. They provide lubricity, chemical resistance and overall added protection to the anodic coating.
SAE SPEC AS5272C Type II formerly MIL-L-46010D TYPE II
Metal finishing specialists: aluminium anodising (hard/clear/colour). Chromate conversion. Spray paint facilities. Metal surface Linishing. ISO 9001/14001/18001 accredited.