SiLith is a thermostable semi-crystalline thermoplastic.

  • Interest : Peek can be used as base materials for making parts, to reinforce carbon fiber structures or as a coating for non-lubricated mechanical parts. Peek is an alternative to machined metals such as stainless steel, aluminum or titanium.
  • Hardness : Mechanical characteristics of the product give it a significant abrasion resistance (Rockwell hardness: 102).
  • Peek advantage: The company has developed an innovative technique allowing it to be applied as a coating on parts with several geometries.
  • Chemical resistance: SiLith is very chemically resistant and increases resistance to chemical agents, which makes it particularly relevant for many applications.

The SiLith coating is ideally fit for usage in confined space or objects with complex geometry such as Iso tanks,  reservoir, chemical reactors,..

Peek/Pekk is a coating to be used for anti-wear and increase the chemical resistance at high temperature (350°C)

PEKK has high stiffness, strength, and excellent chemical resistance.

PEEK or Polyetheretherketone is a high-performance semi-crystalline engineering thermoplastic with solid chemical resistance, minimal moisture uptake, exceptional mechanical strength over a wide temperature range, and good dimensional stability.

Due to its durability, PEEK is used to manufacture objects required in demanding applications, such as bearings, piston components, pumps, compressor plate valves, and cable insulation.

Injection molding, extrusion, and compression molding are used to process PEEK. Though PEEK is a much more expensive polymer, it gives more value by allowing manufacturers to create parts with attributes such as lightweight, strength or toughness, and the capacity to withstand hostile environments for longer.