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PFC Releases New Corrosion-Resistant Protective Coating

The PFC coating incorporates geopolymer technology for strong protection on all surfaces of the brake pad, according to the company.

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CLOVER, S.C. — PFC Corrosion Resistant Protective Coating is a technology unlike any of the competitors, the company says. The coating prevents rust, peeling, corrosion and is extremely temperature resistant, according to the company.
 
The PFC coating incorporates geopolymer technology for strong protection on all surfaces of the brake pad. Under extreme testing procedures, the PFC coating withstands all the elements — including the GM9540P accelerated corrosion testing with extended bakes at 650°F.
 
PFC Corrosion Resistant Protective Coating also endured a salt spray and high-temperature exposure test, resulting in absolutely zero coat peeling and minimal to zero rust, with red rust calculated between only 1 – 5 percent, the company says.
 
To learn more about Performance Friction products visit, www.pfcbrakes.com.

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