PTFE Spray Coatings Big and Small


Cameron Coatings – the Spray Coatings Division of the Holscot Group – has been an approved Applicator of Xylan* PTFE Spray costings by Whitford Plastics for over 15 years. During that time, they have seen a multitude of applications taking advantage of the properties of Xylan* PTFE coatings – non-stick, chemical resistance, durability and temperature...
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Employment Opportunity


Holscot are looking for a Development Engineer. We are offering a unique opportunity for a Development Engineer, to contribute in exciting and demanding aerospace applications for clients such as Rolls Royce and MT Technologies, to support the efficient introduction of new products and existing processes. The successful candidate should have experience of working with pneumatics,...
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Restoration of MGB Car Wheels


Cameron Coatings, the spray coating company based in Cinderford which is part of the Holscot Group was recently asked by an MGB enthusiast with breathing new life into the wire wheels of his beloved green 50 year old 1967 MGB. At the time, they were very much the worse for wear but the specialists at...
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Holscot at UK Space Conference Manchester


Holscot will be participating at the upcoming UK Space Conference in Manchester between 30th May and 1st June. We will be showcasing our FEP diaphragm and bladder sets for use in Space Propellant tanks. Taking advantage of FEP’s exceptional resistance to established and new Space Propellants, FEP offers an acceptable alternative where traditional materials such...
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Fluoroplastic Belts


We have lately seen an increasing interest in the use of melt processable Fluoroplastics, most commonly FEP, as a continuous belt. Taking advantage of FEP’s non-stick, quick release properties, customers are using the belts as a means to apply additives to various products. The FEP is able to fully release the additive and leave a...
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What is Teflon®


What is Teflon® In 1938 an employee of the Du Pont de Nemours Corporation discovered PTFE as a by product of the refrigeration process. His name was Dr Roy J. Plunkett. This PTFE material was identified as being the ultimate Non Stick surface with a coefficient of friction lower than ice on ice. Totally inert,...
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