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Xylan® coatings are first and foremost dry-film lubricants; however, they have many desirable secondary properties. These lubricants are combined in a matrix with the newest high-temperature organic polymers resulting in “plastic alloys” formulated to provide unique and desirable properties.

They can “work” under heavy loads, at high temperatures, in chemical and corrosive environments, and combinations thereof. In the industrial world, they are known as “extreme performance coatings.”

Low Coefficient of Friction
Chemical Resistance
Abrasion resistance
Corrosion resistance

These renowned coatings differ from traditional fluoropolymer coatings in one very important aspect — they are composite materials. Lubricants with the lowest known coefficient of friction are combined in a matrix with the newest high-temperature organic polymers.

Whether is already specified, or your looking for a coating to solve a new need, one our team members will help get the right coating for you.