Non-Stick coatings prevent a variety of products from sticking to machinery during the manufacturing process.
Non-stick coatings are used across many industries to provide a low-friction surface that resists sticking, abrasion, and wear. These unique properties allow for enhanced product performance and efficiency, reduced maintenance costs, and improved user experience. From heavy machinery to domestic appliances, these coatings can be applied to various metals such as steel, aluminium and brass.
Common uses and industries
Non-stick coatings are specially formulated to withstand repeated use within extreme temperatures, corrosive environments, and high levels of wear and tear, making them ideal for use in a wide range of industrial applications. Rubber and plastic moulds will see enhanced efficiency thanks to improved product release and reduced cleaning time, whilst machinery in high speed environments (such as weighing and bagging machines) will see a better product flow.
- Conveyor belts
- Commercial bakeware
- Weigh pans
- Heat Seal Bars
- Food Manufacturing
- Medical and Pharmaceutical
- Aerospace and Automotive
- Electronics and Technology
- Printing and Packaging
Products we use
There are a number of materials that can be used when applying a non-stick coating, each with unique strengths and applications. Choosing the right non-stick coating means that your surface could be better equipped to improve production line performance, product hygiene, and more.
Application of our non-stick coatings not only make your parts easy clean but reduce down time and improve hygiene, flow rate and product release. They are suitable for most environments with operating temperatures of -70°c to 300°c and our range of moisture and oven cure systems means we can apply non-stick coatings to a variety of substrates. These systems are operated regularly and the application process can be completed in ten working days.
- Low Friction
- Cryogenically Stable
- Chemical Resistance
- Heat Resistance
Applying Non-Stick Coatings
Non-stick coatings are applied via the basic process below. There are many technical details that accompany each job and when recommending a specification we consider the end use, part size, operating temperature and many other factors but no matter what these considerations are we take each part through the following cycle:
To create an adequate key for coating adhesion each part we spray is grit blasted using an aluminium oxide sand.
Using a unique job sheet each part is sprayed to the outlined specification.
Finally the coated part goes through the required oven cure cycle, which can include taking the part up to 400C.
Our commitment to building positive relationships with our customers is what sets us apart from others in the industry. Here at Marcote, clear and consistent communication is a top priority valued by each member of the team. That means taking the time to understand your unique needs and challenges, delivering bespoke solutions and exceptional service. From the first contact to the final delivery, and with every update in between, the personal attention that our clients receive is testament to the care we have for our customers and our craft.
And, if a standard non-stick coating isn’t enough we offer our customers bespoke colour options, surface roughness, coat thicknesses and levels of conductivity and thermal control.
With a catalogue of solutions we can assure every customer that we have the right coating for you. To be able to recommend a suitable coating to match your requirements an understanding of the part’s environment and use is key, this ensures we get the coating right the first time.
Surfaces that non-stick coatings can be applied to
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