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Fluoropolymer Coatings

Used Across Diverse Industrial Fields Including Automotive, Food Processing, And Chemical Fields

DAIKIN FINETECH offers a variety of grades (including our own grades) for diverse applications from the food and automotive fields required for thermal resistance and mold release performance to the semiconductor field required for corrosion resistance.

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Fluoropolymer Coatings Properties Chart

We propose the appropriate grade for your application environment and for problem solution.

  PTFE Modified
Thermal Resistant Temperature 260 220 260 200 100 150
Film Thickness(µm) 1540 1050 201000 201000 50100 301000
Corrosion Resistance
Abrasion Resistance
  • Very Suitable
  • Suitable
  • Applicable

HERAN, Our Original Formulation Technology Incorporated, Allowing To Dramatically Improve Coating Durability At High Temperatures

The combination of our original coating material and special surface pretreatment process significantly improves the durability of the coating film at high temperatures, contributing to a reduction in the maintenance cycle of our customers.

HERAN, Coating That Does Not Wear Off Easily

Thermal Resistant HERAN CF

Fluorine characteristics are maintained while the coating hardness is maintained even for use in high temperature environment.

General Purpose Fluoropolymer Coatings
Thermal Resistance 260℃ 260℃
Hardness (Pencil Hardness) Room Temperature 3H H
100℃ 3H F
200℃ 3H 3B
250℃ 3H Not Measurable
Mold Releasability
HERAN Graph indicating Hardness and Temperature

(Application Examples) Heat welding molding tools for automotive parts, etc.

Sliding Performance Long-lasting HERAN SH-F

High coating hardness reduces the amount of wear compared to general-purpose fluoropolymer coatings, contributing to a longer service life.

The weight loss is evaluated every 1,000 cycles of rotation of the specimen brought into contact with a load of 1 kg applied to the abrasion wheel.
Graph indicating weight reduction and number of cycles