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Integument Technologies is a developer and manufacturer of engineered fluoropolymer protective coating systems for extreme temperature and chemical resistance service applications. For Original Equipment Manufacturers and service industries who need to protect valuable surfaces in challenging environments, FluoroGrip® peel and stick films offer the benefits of a fluoropolymer’s durable yet non-stick surface. Unlike traditional paints, epoxies, and other liquid coatings, Fluorogrip® films require no cure time and have no volatile emissions. They are designed to meet the end user’s specific service requirements and utilize no toxic or hazardous chemicals during installation, operation or repair.
- Our FluoroGrip® line of plasma treated fluoropolymer films combined with pressure sensitive adhesives provide an easy one-step, peel and stick solution for your most challenging service conditions.
- FluoroGrip® is available in a variety of fluoropolymers including FEP, ECTFE, PTFE, ETFE, PVDF, PFA, and MFA films that are combined with acrylic, butyl, optically clear, or silicone pressure-sensitive adhesives to solve each unique application based on temperature, chemical exposure and substrate conditions.
- FluoroGrip® film systems require no cure time, have no volatile emissions, and utilize no toxic or hazardous chemicals during installation, operation or repair. These film systems provide high performance, long term coating solutions while also reducing downtime resulting in safer installation, lower costs and reduced downtime.
Compare FluoroGrip® to other commonly used coatings and linings
|Thick Sheet Fluoropolymer Linings||FluoroGrip®|
|Advanced peel & stick installation technology||•|
|No VOCs, noxious fumes or explosive hazards||•|
|Minimal surface preparation||•|
|No thinners or primers||•||•|
|Minimal installation inspection requirements||•||•|
|Elongation and high chemical resistance||•||•|
|Ease of repair||•||•||•|
|No cure time||•||•|
|No disposal of hazardous wastes||•||•|
|High temperature resistance to 500°F||•||•|
*Epoxies, Vinyl Esters, Novolacs