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Learn how coatings like SilcoNert® and Dursan® improve instrument sensitivity, response, and efficiency.
LC instruments benefit from coatings like Dursan® by improving flow path bio inertness, creating an iron free surface, and preventing unwanted protein interaction with the flow path surface.
Learn how SilcoTek® is helping customers in the medical device and diagnostics industry to solve their component surface problems successfully by using our Dursan® coating technology.
Learn how SilcoTek® coatings are used to repel water and prevent corrosion and cross contamination.
Learn how labs and refineries are able to reliably detect ultra low sulfur, even after days and weeks of storage.
Learn how an inert surface can improve trace mercury detection in stack sampling systems.
SilcoTek® coatings for medical devices and diagnostic instruments prevent flow path contamination, corrosion and carryover. Our coatings reduce test failures and false positive errors.
SilcoTek®’s Dursan® technology improves corrosion resistance while reducing protein carryover and contamination. Dursan® has been rigorously tested to ensure proper performance and to earn an NSF Certification and a USP Class VI Certification.
SilcoTek® coatings are used to improve detection of contaminants in hydrogen production flow paths, helping to prevent catalyst damage and improving production efficiency.
Learn how to improve sample test quality and reliability in sample flow path surfaces.
Learn how SilcoTek® coatings can improve durability and corrosion resistance of surfaces exposed to corrosives like produced water.
Get an overview of how inert coatings can improve performance and reliability of refinery and petrochemical sampling systems.
Learn how CVD coatings can improve the reliability of ultra low sulfur testing.
Learn how SilcoTek® coatings can improve VOC detection in fenceline monitoring applications.
Learn how CVD coatings can prevent corrosive attack even in high tolerance applications like seals, and precision filters.
Learn how Dursan® coated alloy C-22 can prevent metal ion leaching and corrosive attack in analytical systems.
Learn how our non stick surfaces can prevent heat exchanger and filter fouling and help to improve mold release.
Learn how SilcoTek® is helping customers in the plastics molding industry solve their surface problems successfully by using our Dursan® coating technology on their metal molds.
Learn how SilcoTek® coatings can prevent contamination, improve corrosion resistance and improve process yield.
Learn how our chemical vapor deposition coatings have helped customers solve surface issues like corrosion, contamination, durability, and more.
SilcoTek® is helping OEM and end-users in the packaging equipment market to minimize the need for costly part replacement and production line downtime using our Dursan® coating technology.
Will bending SilcoTek® treated tubing affect chemical inertness? Learn about the recommended tubing bend radii to ensure an inert surface throughout the tube.
This application brief will explain the reason behind the appearance of our coatings and how it falls into our acceptable specifications.
SilcoTek® has an optimized process for coating Aluminum parts in order to ensure the same quality coating that is always provided by SilcoTek on other substrates. Learn about our SP12 process.
An inert flow path is mandatory in modern HPLC analysis in order to manage the complex and reactive samples commonly used in today’s fast-paced analytical world. Modern LC systems feature an array of materials including costly alloys and polymers like PEEK to achieve inertness, but these materials come with their own set of limitations.
Are all “inert” silicon-based CVD coatings the same? According to the data, the answer is an emphatic no. If our 30+ year reputation isn’t enough, the objective studies in this literature prove that when quality and performance really matter, SilcoTek® is the only trusted source for the most inert coatings available.