Glass Coated with Teflon® Industrial Coatings
Industrial Teflon® Coating Applications
Glass products with Teflon® industrial coatings have many benefits for a variety of industries. Orion takes the benefits of PTFE coating services one step further with its patented FluoroGlass® process, which bonds industrial Teflon® coatings to glass substrates. From Teflon® industrial coating services for glass lightbulbs to PTFE coatings for labware, the protective qualities of Teflon® industrial & non-stick coatings shine through.
Glass Teflon® Non-Stick Coated Usages include:
- Shatter Resistant Lighting - Light bulbs with PTFE coatings helpts to encapsulate glass shards and prevent them from spreading on occasion when the bulb is broken.
- Safe Glass Labware - Industrial Teflon® coatings for glass labware is much safer when bonded on the exterior.
Industrial applications of Teflon® industrial coatings, Xylan® coatings and many more functional coatings has helped provide our society with all manners of benefits from waste treatment to pharmaceutical manufacturing. Most PTFE coatings, however, remain unseen. For instance, modern copying machines, aircraft, automobiles and thousands of devices could not function without functional coatings.
Orion has more than four decades of experience coating the widest range of industrial products imaginable. We apply PTFE coatings that provide benefits such as low friction, corrosion resistance, electrical insulation or static bleed, easy clean/non-stick and a continually expanding range of unique benefits. As an example, a non-stick food preparation device can be made non-stick and now have antimicrobial properties.
If you have a glass or labware coatings problem that you hope can be solved with the application of a special functional coating, contact us to discuss your project with a technical consultant or complete our Engineering Evaluation form.
The constantly advancing field of functional coatings just may have a solution to your particular problem.
Teflon® is a registered trademark of Chemours and is used under license by Orion Industries, Ltd.