- Dyneon introduces new PTFE dispersion
- APFO & APEO-free, surfactant based on glucose
- Application: cook & bakeware
Dyneon GmbH, a subsidiary of company 3M, has launched a successor to its PTFE dispersion for non-stick metal coating materials that offers both advanced properties and benefits for the environment.
Dyneon PTFE Dispersion TF 5035GZ, the successor of PTFE Dispersion TF 5035Z, is made without use of APFO (perfluorooctanoic acid) and APEO (alkyl phenol ethoxylate) and it contains a surfactant based on glucose, a renewable raw material. The new dispersion is very suitable for formulating non-stick metal coating systems. Beside its high stability versus shear it offers good processing properties combined with very good coating results in terms of resistance, film build and non-stick properties. In general, all of the company’s PTFE dispersions feature nearly universal chemical resistance and a wide service temperature range combined with a high flame resistance.