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Nylon Coated Flange Plate

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Hangzhou Changpu Pipe Industry Co., Ltd.

Hangzhou Changpu Pipe Industry Co., Ltd. was established in 2010, which is a professional factory major in the production of polyethylene (PE) Butt fusion fittings, Socket fusion fittings, Electrofusion fittings, PE stop valves, PE /Steel transition fittings, repair clamp ETC . Company located in Xiaoshan District, Hangzhou city, Close to Shanghai, Ningbo and Yiwu port. Wholesale Nylon Coated Flange Plate Suppliers and Company in China. Benefit from premium quality, company achieved rapid development. Our distribution network through out China and many long-term cooperation relationship partners in overseas market such as Southeast Asia, Africa, Middle East, Europe, South America and so on.

The company processes complete detection methods by veteran QC team to ensure the quality from raw material to finished product. Our products pass the test from National Chemical Building Materials Testing Center,all performance indicators are in compliance with the GB 15558.2 / EN1555 standards. Also they certified by ECM and obtain CE certification.

We welcome domestic and foreign customers visit our company for guidance, exchanges and cooperation.

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What are the advantages of using a Nylon Coated Flange Plate compared to traditional flange plates?
Using a Nylon Coated Flange Plate offers several advantages compared to traditional uncoated flange plates:
Corrosion Resistance: The nylon coating acts as a protective barrier, offering excellent resistance against corrosion caused by moisture, chemicals, and other corrosive substances. This feature extends the lifespan of the flange plate, making it more durable and reliable in corrosive environments.
Wear Resistance: The nylon coating provides enhanced wear resistance, reducing the likelihood of damage or erosion caused by abrasive particles, friction, or mechanical stress. This is particularly beneficial in industries where components are subjected to frequent movement or contact.
Chemical Resistance: Nylon is known for its resistance to various chemicals and solvents. As a result, Nylon Coated Flange Plates can withstand exposure to a wide range of chemicals without experiencing degradation, ensuring the integrity of the joint over time.
Reduced Galling and Seizing: The nylon coating can minimize the occurrence of galling and seizing, which are common issues when using traditional metal flange plates. This reduces the need for excessive maintenance and ensures easier disassembly when required.
Lower Friction: The low coefficient of friction of nylon reduces the risk of friction-related problems during installation, operation, or maintenance, making it easier to handle and assemble the flange plate.
Noise Reduction: The use of nylon coating can help dampen vibrations and reduce noise levels in the piping system, contributing to a quieter and more comfortable working environment.
Non-Conductive: Nylon is an electrically insulating material, providing an additional advantage in applications where electrical isolation between connected components is necessary.
Lightweight: Nylon is relatively lightweight compared to many traditional metals, which can be beneficial in applications where weight reduction is desired.
Cost-Effective: While the upfront cost of Nylon Coated Flange Plates may be slightly higher than traditional uncoated plates, the enhanced durability and reduced maintenance requirements can lead to cost savings in the long run.
Versatility: Nylon Coated Flange Plates can be used in a wide range of applications due to their resistance to various environmental factors and chemicals, making them versatile across different industries.

How is the nylon coating applied to the flange plate, and what is the thickness of the coating?
The process of applying nylon coating  flange plate typically involves a method known as powder coating. Powder coating is a popular technique for applying a durable and uniform coating to metal surfaces, including flange plates. Here's an overview of the powder coating process:
Surface Preparation: Before applying the nylon coating, the flange plate's surface must be properly cleaned and prepared. This involves removing any dirt, oil, rust, or other contaminants that could interfere with the adhesion of the nylon powder.
Electrostatic Application: Once the surface is prepared, the flange plate is electrically grounded, and the nylon powder is electrically charged. The charged powder particles are attracted to the grounded flange plate, creating a uniform coating over the surface.
Curing: After the nylon powder is applied, the flange plate is heated to a specific temperature in a curing oven. During the curing process, the nylon particles melt and flow, forming a continuous and seamless coating. The curing temperature and time are critical to achieving the desired coating properties.
The thickness of the nylon coating can vary depending on the specific application and manufacturer's specifications. Generally, the thickness of the nylon coating is measured in mils (thousandths of an inch) or micrometers (microns). Nylon Coated Flange Plates typically have coatings in the range of 1 to 5 mils (25 to 125 microns), though this can vary based on the requirements of the industry or application.
The coating thickness can impact properties such as corrosion resistance, wear resistance, and overall durability. Thicker coatings may offer increased protection but could also affect the flange plate's fit and compatibility with other components in the piping system.