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Unlike other coatings listed here, Henkel coatings are not defined by the material or process used. Rather, these coatings are those manufactured by Henkel Adhesive Technologies. A worldwide leader in the industry, Henkel manufactures specialty coatings for friction reduction, noise reduction, improved release, and improved abrasion and wear resistance. Henkel coatings deliver optimal performance from graphite, molybdenum disulfide, and other specialized materials. Henkel coatings are used in a variety of industries and applications, from automotive and aerospace to medical and electronics.
Henkel Coating TypesHenkel Adhesive Technologies manufactures a broad array of industrial coatings, each of which exhibits unique chemical and physical characteristics that can help improve the performance of the coated item. Some of the more commonly-used Henkel coatings include:
- Bonderite S-FN 310A & Bonderite S-OT 310B: These PTFE-based coatings/lubricants provide a low coefficient of friction and excellent surface adhesion, corrosion resistance, and release properties. Their low cure temperatures enables their use in many applications where “traditional” PTFE coatings could not be used.
- Bonderite S-FN 333: This resin-bonded PTFE lubricant provides excellent dry film lubrication and release properties, with a longer wear life than pure PTFE. It also offers superior chemical resistance, hardness, adhesion, and resiliency, as well as a low coefficient of friction.
- Bonderite S-FN M 250: Composed of refined molybdenum disulfi