An epoxy coating for metals is a highly fluorinated, cross-linked polymer containing finely ground Teflon-like particles that impart permanent lubricity. The coated metal surfaces prepared with this technology have good corrosion resistance and durability. They are useful as seat rails, bushings, guide tracks, or any place where a surface-to-metal-surface contact would result in excessive friction. Find out more here .

A metal-clad laminate product has a carrier film, an aqueous soluble release or parting layer deposited onto the carrier film, an ultra-thin metal layer deposited onto the parting layer, and can be mechanically separated from the carrier film. Also disclosed is a method for making the metal-clad laminate product. Find out more here .

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