Electroless Nickel PTFE

Electroless Nickel with PTFE Metal Finish

Process Specifications

  • AMS 2454
  • GPS 3117-1
  • M7019883
  • HP4-90
  • EMS 52545
  • P.S. 10-27
  • 70B995447

All Electroless Nickel / PTFE coatings are RoHS compliant.

Aerospace Quality Systems
Chemical Processing

About Electroless Nickel PTFE


Electroless Nickel / PTFE is a durable Durable, self-lubricating Nickel / PTFE composite coatings that can support a wide range of engineering applications. With a 0.1 coefficient of friction and up to 500 hours salt spray resistance this thin, hard and lubricious coating combines a low coefficient of friction with wear resistance, electrical conductivity and increased protection from corrosion. The coatings autocatalytic (electroless) deposit reduces the thickness variations that are associated with electrolytic deposits and creates a thin uniform coating that is accurately deposited across complex geometries.

With 36 years of experience providing the EN / PTFE plating, Coating Technologies is an industry leader. You can trust your EN / PTFE coating requirements to our experienced qualified staff.

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Electroless Nickel / PTFE Technical Data

EN / PTFE Deposit Performance Facts

Composition Nickel 80 – 84% by weight
Phosphorus 9 – 11% by weight
PTFE 7 – 9% by weight
(19–25% by volume)
Density 6.5 g/cm3
Hardness As-Plated 300-350 HV100
(32-35 RC)
Heat Treated@300°C for 4 hrs 400-450 HV100
(42-46 RC)
Melting Temperature Nickel Phosphorus Alloy 1650°F, 900°C
PTFE 620°F, 325° C
Co-Efficient of Friction LFW-1, ASTM D-2714
Wet (white oil) .07 – 0.10
Dry 0.1 – .2
Wear Resistance Excellent, Mild Load/Sliding Wear Conditions
Abrasion Resistance Taber Abrasive Test CS – 10 Wheel; 1000g load
Weight loss, mg/1000 cycles 20
Corrosion Resistance ASTM B 117 Salt Spray
0.3 mil 96 hours
1.0 mil 500 hours
Electrical Resistance Ohms Per Square 0.06 ohm (0.84 mil deposit)

Additional Services

  • Masking
  • Abrasive blasting, sand or glass
  • Pre-plate Stress Relief and Hydrogen Embrittlement Baking
  • Expediting
  • Aluminum Oxide
  • Glass Bead