Industrial Teflon Coating Services

Teflon Coating Services

Royal Coatings is the leading provider of Teflon coating services for aerospace and military technology manufacturers on the West Coast. Our team of experienced professionals understands the unique and highly-technical specifications required for these industries.

At Royal Coatings, we have the expertise and equipment to handle even the most complex Teflon coating projects, ensuring that your parts are delivered on time and meet all of your customer’s specifications. Contact us today to learn more.

Advantages of Teflon Coating Services

The advantages of professional Teflon coating services include the following:


Teflon coating is durable, making it ideal for any parts susceptible to friction, impact, and abrasion.

Chemical Resistance

It is resistant to various chemical products, which can protect parts frequently exposed to harsh chemicals.

Low Coefficient of Friction

Due to its low coefficient of friction, Teflon is resistant to wear and tear. Using this type of coating can improve the overall performance of machinery.

Non-stick Properties

Teflon has non-stick properties that make it ideal on parts that tend to get clogged.

Temperature Resistance

This material withstands high temperatures, making it suitable for aerospace and military technology.

Corrosion Resistance

Since it is resistant to corrosion, Teflon coating should be applied to any parts exposed to harsh environments or corrosive substances.

Easy to clean

Teflon is easy to clean and maintain, so applying Teflon to parts that get dirty will pay for itself in the long run.

Provides A Professional and Clean Finish

Teflon coating gives a professional, smooth, and clean finish, increasing the aesthetic appeal of parts you need to sell to potential customers.

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US Military Apache Helicopter flying

Teflon Coating Process

The Teflon coating process involves the following steps:

Surface Preparation

The parts are thoroughly cleaned to remove all the dirt, grease, and other contaminants on them. Cleaning may involve degreasing, abrasive blasting, or other methods.

Application of Teflon Coating

The Teflon coating application entails either spraying, brushing, or dipping the parts into a Teflon solution.


After the Teflon coating is applied, the parts are cured at high temperatures to harden the coating. The curing process involves an oven or some other heating method.

Quality Control

After the curing process, the quality control step verifies that the Teflon coating is applied correctly and that there are no defects.

Final Inspection

The final inspection process ensures that the customer specifications are met and that the coating is consistent and high-quality.

Packaging and Shipping

Upon passing the final inspection, the coated parts are then carefully packaged and shipped to the customer.

Teflon Coating Applications

Some of the common applications for Teflon coating include:


Teflon coating is used on aircraft and spacecraft parts to improve their functionality and performance.

Industrial Machinery

Teflon coating is used on industrial machinery, including pumps, gears, and other moving parts, to reduce friction.

Teflon Coated Ammunition and Bullets

Sometimes Teflon coating is added to bullets to improve their ballistic performance. These are only allowed in states where Teflon-coated bullets are legal.

Teflon Coated Steel Tube

Steel tubes of various kinds are common components and good candidates for teflon coatings.


Electronic components, such as connectors and switches, often have Teflon coating on them, making them resistant to dust, moisture, and other environmental factors.


Propellers and hulls with a Teflon coating are much more resistant to corrosion than marine equipment that don’t have Teflon.

Heavy Equipment

Excavators, bulldozers, and cranes can have Teflon coating too, reducing friction and improving their overall performance.

Teflon Coated Foil

Teflon-coated aluminum foil is often used for heat-sealing workstations, laboratory table covers, and more.

Teflon Coated Wire

Bailing wire and other types of metal wires are often coated in teflon to protect the wire from heat, chemicals, friction, and provide additional electrical insulation and durability.

Teflon Coated Fasteners

Bolts and other fasteners are frequently coated in Teflon to improve their durability and functionality.

Teflon Coated Metal

Metal sheeting and other components are good candidates for teflon coating. Teflon coated steel and aluminum components are better protected from the elements and perform better in certain environments.

These are just a handful of examples, but the versatility of Teflon coating makes it suitable for a wide range of industries and applications.

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Teflon Coating FAQs

What is Teflon coating?

Teflon coating is a thin layer of Teflon (PTFE) applied to a surface.

What is the difference between Teflon and PTFE?

People often use the terms Teflon and PTFE (polytetrafluoroethylene) interchangeably, but they are slightly different because Teflon is a specific product derived from PTFE.

PTFE is a generic term for a class of synthetic fluoropolymer plastics, and PTFE is a thermoplastic polymer. This product can be melted and reshaped when heated, but it turns hard and brittle when cooled.

Teflon, on the other hand, is a synthetic fluoropolymer of tetrafluoroethylene made by the DuPont company. This is used in many industrial, commercial, and consumer applications and is known for its non-stick properties.

What are the types of Teflon coating?

There are many types of Teflon coating, including PTFE, FEP, PFA, ETFE, and more. Each has slightly different properties, making them suitable for various applications.

How long does Teflon coating last?

The lifespan of Teflon coating largely depends on its exposure to chemicals and other elements, but it can last for several years.

Is Teflon coating safe?

Teflon coating is considered safe for most applications; however, it should not be used on anything that reaches temperatures above 260°C.

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