American Nickeloid Company
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Fluorinol® Fluoropolymer Coating

Fluorinol® is a fluoropolymer coated product used extensively in the automotive industry. At American Nickeloid, we can offer Fluorinol® in multiple gloss levels on aluminum substrates. Fluorinol® is available in various shades of black as well as other colors as requested. Fluorinol® is ideal for many trim moldings and exterior applications, featuring excellent weather resistance that has been proven with over twenty years of exposure.

Material testing, including adhesion and corrosion resistance, are performed according to ASTM standards as well as additional customer requirements.

Fluorinol® is offered on coils between 0.008" to 0.097" thick with widths ranging from 12" to 60". Coated coils can be slit or cut to specific lengths to meet customer requirements. Blanket order releases, kanbans, and JIT shipping schedules can be used to accommodate a range of production volume and lead time requirements. As an ISO 9001:2008 certified company, customers can count on us to consistently provide the high quality products and services they require. For more information about Fluorinol® or any of our additional coating and laminating capabilities, see the table below, or contact us directly.

Fluorinol Fluoropolymer Coating Specifications

Product Name
Fluorinol® Coating
Special engineered requirements
All Standard Automotive Blacks
Additional Colors Available
Multiple Gloss Levels
Substrate Options
Raw Material Form
Material Thickness
0.008" to 0.097"
Material Width
12" to 60"
Coil Outer Diameter
up to 60"
Master Coil Inside Diameter
16" to 24"
Maximum Coil Size
60" OD
Abrasion Resistant
Chemical Resistant
Additional Services
Cut to Length
Coated Material Form
Production Volume
Low Volume
High Volume
Lead Time
Quoted on a Job by Job Basis

Additional Information

Industry Focus
Industry Standards
ISO 9001:2008 Certified
NCCA Member
National Coil Coaters Association
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