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Maelstrom Chemical/Tectorius Synthetic Coatings Provide High-temp Performance, Low Volatility

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The Tec-Flon family now includes non-silicone oils, greases and pre-applied coatings for automotive, aerospace and special service applications.
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Maelstrom Chemical/Tectorius has added a range of non-silicone oils, greases and pre-applied coatings to its Tec-Flon family of synthetic lubricants and coatings for automotive, aerospace and special service applications.

According to the company, key features include high-temperature performance, ultra-low volatility, and compatibility with plastics and paint shops. Applications include automotive subassemblies, optical components, electrical contacts/electronics, gas handling, vacuum systems, oven/furnace components and corrugated processing equipment.

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