This section provides an overview for nylon coatings as well as their applications and principles. Also, please take a look at the list of 17 nylon coating manufacturers and their company rankings.
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Nylon coating is a technique in which nylon, a crystalline thermoplastic resin, is processed into a powder and coated onto a base material. There are many types of nylon, but nylon 11, which has excellent properties, is widely used. Unlike nylon 12, derived from petroleum, nylon 11 is plant-derived from castor oil and contains no toxic substances. Nylon coating provides high heat resistance, abrasion resistance, impact resistance, weather resistance, and adhesion.
Nylon coatings are used in various fields, including automobiles, home appliances, agricultural equipment, medical equipment, and living materials. One of the reasons why they are in such a wide range of fields is that they can impart many properties. Specifically, they have excellent impact and weather resistance due to their high adhesion to base materials and high electrical insulation and seawater resistance. In addition, coatings can be applied to products as small as less than 1 cm to as large as several meters. However, its acid resistance is low and cannot be used in acidic environments.
First, let us introduce the advantages and disadvantages of nylon coating.
Next, we will discuss coating methods. Nylon coating is mainly applied by either the fluid dipping method, electrostatic powder coating method, or mini-coating method.
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