The resins and polymers we use to impart important qualities, such as non-stick and anti-corrosion, are listed in the following chart. The chart also highlights some of their intended uses and their maximum temperatures.
The metals that can act as surfaces vary: carbon steel, ferrites and cast iron; stainless steel and spring steel; nickel alloys and alloys with nickel; aluminium, zinc, copper, brass and bronze alloys.
Elettropox has 40 years of experience applying the following types of coatings to metal surfaces:
|Name||Abbreviation||Use||Main properties||Maximum operating temperature|
|Lining||Coating||Painting||Non-stick||Anti-corrosion||Anti-abrasion||High temperature||Aesthetic quality|
|Fluorinated ethylene propylene||FEP||X||X||X||205°C|
|Vinyl ester||/||X||X||X||80÷150 °C|
|Polyether ether ketone||PEEK||X||260°C|
|Zinc ethyl silicate||IOZ||X||X||X||400°C|
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epx® is a brand developed by Elettropox, made up of a range of industrial and food-safe non-stick coatings.
Each epx code, for example epx® xxx green, is a type of coating connected to a specific use: non-stick coating for a polyurethane glue fuser, non-stick coating for vulcanization moulds at temperatures of xxx°C xxx bar, non-stick coatings for baking bread with milk in the recipe ref.xxxx, etc.
Each code is associated with a:
Thanks to epx®, our clients have access to a wide range of coatings, broadly tested and with records of extensive applications. Give them a try!