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The different iglidur® coatings differ mainly in their temperature resistance, their sliding or wear properties and their colour. If you require the material data, this can be found in our material data sheets.

We subjected our iglidur® coating materials to more than 10,000 different application-oriented tests to analyse the wear behaviour in the most diverse application scenarios. This enables us to select the optimum and most cost-effective material for your application.

The iglidur® coating layer can be applied with a thickness of approx. 60-120 µm. Different coating thicknesses are possible depending on the material and surface quality of the parts to be coated.

The surface must be cleaned and be free of dust, dirt or liquids. We can carry out the necessary processing steps for you should you require it.

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The ‘cross cut’ according to DIN EN ISO 2409 enables an estimation of the adhesive strength of coatings, i.e the painted surface. The test method is thereby not used to measure the adhesive strength. For this purpose, the trigger test according to DIN EN ISO 4624 shall be applied.

The rating is based on indicators from 0 to 5, with 0 representing the best rating “very good”. All tribo coating materials (IC01, IC03, IC06) fulfil the criterion 0.

Yes these are the same. Germany call it iglidur® coating and the UK tend to lean more towards tribo coating. Same thing, different terminology!

Most metals can be coated, even eead, but that must be confirmed before coating so please give us a call and we will help you with your requirement.

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Yes we can, as long as we can get a good earth on the metal.

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Up to 4 meters without review and possibly up to 5 meters with consultation.

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Yes. We carefully mask off the areas that will not be coated according to your requirements. For larger quantities, we manufacture appropriate devices that reduce process costs to a minimum.

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