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  Plastic Parts Manufacturing 

Key Benefits of Teflon™ Industrial Coatings

• Release
• Low coefficient of friction
• Abrasion resistance
• Increased hardness
• Corrosion resistance
• Regulatory compliance (FDA)
Typical Applications

Rubber molds
• Golf ball cores
• Shoes
• Tire molds
Rotational molds
• Playground equipment
• Toys
• Kayaks
• Lawn and garden equipment
• Injection molds, foam molds, thermoforming molds, compression molds
• Heat seal bars 
The Market

A highly fragmented industry with some 16,000 companies generating annual revenues of approximately $215 billion, the plastic parts manufacturing market will be a “sweet spot” for many coaters to target. Primary market segments include packaging (bottles and wrapping), construction (pipes and insulation), electrical and electronics, and consumer. Typical customers include OEMs in the automotive, aircraft, and medical device markets and large consumer product companies such as Procter and Gamble. Other large prospects include Pactiv, Textron, and Mark IV Industries.

Critical Coating Issues

Production efficiency is critical for long-term growth and profitability in the plastic parts industry. Effective use of Teflon™ coatings can reduce maintenance and set up time and help control labor costs.

Glove mold coated with Teflon™ Tire molds coated with Teflon™ Iron sole plates coated with Teflon™ Plastic part mold coated with Teflon™
Related Market Research Codes

SIC Codes:
2656, 2673, 2674, 3085

Related NAICS Code
326111, 326112, 326160, 339999, 321115
  Information Resources

Canadian Plastics Industry Association
Industry news.
Plastics Machining & Fabricating Magazine
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