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3-Part Blog Series: The Many Uses of Teflon® Coatings across Different Industries

Posted by Jon Goodwin on Nov 28, 2016 11:52:34 AM

Part 3 of 3: The Case of the Teflon®-Coated Piano Wire and Cookie Dough

What relationship could a piano wire possibly have with cookie dough, you ask? None—if it’s just an ordinary piano wire. On the other hand, a Teflon®-coated piano wire has everything to do with one company’s cookie making success.

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Topics: Teflon Coatings

3-Part Blog Series: The Many Uses of Teflon® Coatings across Different Industries

Posted by Jon Goodwin on Oct 27, 2016 2:42:08 PM

Part 2 of 3: From Flat to Fizzy—the Role of Teflon® Coatings in Carbonation Measurement

How satisfying is it to hear the distinct hissing sound escape a can of soda as you crack open your favorite beverage after a long day of work! The fizz that you’re about to relish next is in fact a by-product of our Teflon® coating of an entire assembly for a part that measures the carbonation (gas content).

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Topics: Teflon Coatings

3-Part Blog Series: The Many Uses of Teflon® Coatings across Different Industries

Posted by Jon Goodwin on Oct 5, 2016 12:38:17 PM

Part 1 of 3: What Does Your Waffle Have to Do with Our Teflon® Coating?

To put it very briefly, the answer to that question is … everything.

Chemours™ (formerly DuPont) Teflon® industrial coating is very popular with the food processing industry because of its release properties and high-temperature resistance. If not for the Teflon® coating that goes on the waffle mold or tray, your waffles might not taste the same or pop out as perfectly (and crunchy) as they currently do—resulting in the needless trashing of so many waffles! The same goes for all your ice-cream cones and muffins.

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Topics: Fluropolymer Coatings, Teflon Coatings

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