Bakeware coatings are a major help for all bakery environments, whether that be a small family run bakery to a full-scale plant bakery.
PTFE (Polytetrafluoroethylene) is an extremely hard-wearing material used for a wide variety of applications and is well-known for its non-stick properties.
Whitford Xylan® coatings are widely used in the off-shore oil industry for a variety of applications such as bolts, fasteners, valves and connectors.
Teflon is a commonly know brand of PTFE, primarily used in the bakeware industry. This article looks at some of the benefits of Teflon coatings and the reasons why it's so popular.
PTFE can creep and deform under heavy loads, a disadvantage can be avoided by adding a filler in order to benefit from the properties of both materials. Fillers can also add properties such as improved thermal conductivity, for applications that demand good heat dissipation.
There are so many different possible coating solutions available, that choosing the right one can be a minefield. It’s important to get it right because there are a number of reasons why coatings can fail.
In this video, our Sales & Marketing Director demonstrates how easy baking bread is with our non-stick coatings.
Victrex PEEK material is a semicrystalline thermoplastic typically used as a replacement for machined metals in a wide variety of high performance end-use applications.
Have a look at the true costs of substandard coatings and get in touch with us to see just how much you can save by coating your bakeware equipment with us.