Commercial and Domestic Cookware Recoating Service
If you are in the food processing industry and need our help with food safe non stick coating to your plant and machinery, then contact us on +61 (0)8 9417 4047 to discuss your requirements.
Our range of tough, hard wearing, food safe coatings are available for industrial applications. These include Whitfords two coat system 8280/8288, as well as PFA, Halar, Ceramkote 54, Victrex®, PEEK™ and Xylan 8840.
We also offer a domestic cookware recoating service and are able to coat the insides of metal cookware and lids, as well as BBQ plates, muffin trays, woks and sandwich makers. Quality kitchenware sets such as Le Creuset or Bessemer can be expensive to replace. We can remove the old scratched or damaged internals and recoat with a new non stick coating for a fraction of the cost of new cookware.
Depending on the type of industrial or domestic cookware you send us, we will select the appropriate non-stick coating to use. Non stick coatings, commonly referred to as the brand Teflon®, owned by the DuPont® company, are actually polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE). We coat products in PTFE for a host of business critical industrial applications, so you can be assured that the PTFE coating product we use will be of the highest specification. It will also be tough, hard wearing, and above all, food safe.
To cure non stick coating to cookware, it has to be placed in an industrial oven at 425oC, so please read the possible effects that are outside of our control, below. These can occur when re-coating used cookware due to the cleaning and curing processes.
- External coatings may fade, become darker or less glossy, or show staining as cooking oils absorbed into cookware leach out during the curing process
- Some external coatings may burn off altogether
- Pitting and scratches on inner cooking surfaces may have filled with carbon during usage. These may become more evident after the metal cleaning process for re-coating
- Light aluminum and steel tray cookware can distort in shape during the curing process
Recoated used domestic cookware including an example of fading and staining that can occur during the curing process