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Monday, March 14, 2016

Automotive Segment Spotlight on Chris Lord

Within the automotive industry, the use of Teflon is driven by vehicle enhancements and the need for light-weighting vehicles. Better fuel efficiency and anti-squeak, quiet cars both influence the coating industry as well. Teflon materials can soften the NVH (noise vibration or harshness) of the car and protect the car from vibration, corrosion, and over-lubrication. Teflon provides vehicles with enhancements that allow them to function correctly while staying under warranty and solves problems with anticorrosion, dry lubrication, and noise cancellation properties.

Automotive is a highly specified industry, and many people attempt to promote Teflon-like coatings. Yet, Teflon is the original. It is not a mere copy or tweaked version of coating. Nonetheless, Teflon consistently tries to look for ways to improve its product, and as specs and cars get more challenging and increasingly better, manufacturers want to utilize a company that they can trust.

Customers are encouraged to contact Chris Lord with any questions about internal operating efficiency, dry lubrication, thin film, durability, corrosion resistance, chemical resistance, and more.

For more information regarding the automotive industry, contact Automotive Market Segment Leader, Chris Lord:

Office: (302) 366-8530 x 104

Cell: (302) 547-1610

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