Xylan ® Coatings Review

Industrial Coating Types, Processes and Design
Xylan Coatings Services

Xylan is fluoropolmer coating which exhibits reduced friction, good wear resistant, high temperature thermal cycling resistance, high resistance to abrasion, low coefficient of resistance, as well, as corrosion resistance. Most Xylan coatings include teflon as a lubricant and may be applied in very thin layers or thickness.

Xylan is available in a wide range of colors, fillers, and organic polymers. Application can be very economical and is very resistant to high degrees of flexation or stress induced movement.

Materials which can be coated with Xylan:

  • Plastics
  • Elastomers
  • Glass
  • Ceramics
  • Fabrics
  • Composites
  • Ferrous Metals
  • Non-Ferrous Metal
  • Wood

Xylan coatings applications include: automotive, aerospace, industrial, appliances, piping, impellers, non-stick applications, fasteners and electronics.

Typical Xylan® Coating Characteristics
Tensile Strength (ASTM D1708) 4000 - 5000 psi
Elongation (ASTM D1457) 50%
Impact Strength (ASTM D256) 13 ft - lb/in
Hardness (ASTM D2240) 60 - 90 HB (shore D)
Abrasion Resistance (Tabor) > 15 mg
Coefficient of Friction (ASTM D1894) .15 - .35 static
Dielectric Strength (ASTM D149) 1400 volts per mil
Use Temperature -100°F to 500°F max
Melting Point n/a
Thermal Conductivity n/a
Chemical Resistance (ASTM D543) good
Salt Spray Resistance (ASTM B117) excellent
Water Absorption (ASTM D570) < .03 %
Thickness .0008" - .002"

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