Coating Technology S.r.l. deals with coating and covering treatments for rubber surfaces, employing different modalities (PTFE, solvent, plasma or LIPOCER gas, … ) to best optimize the productive process of its clients: to reach this aim, Coating Technology S.r.l. carries out any treatment and coating following the current regulations in force, in addition to International and European legislations; in particular, the company employs coatings that are certified by FDA and UBA.
Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is a body that works for the United States Department of Health and Human Services, it deals with checking and regulating food and pharmaceutic products.
FDA oversees the definition of the materials that are susceptible to contact with food, taking into account paper, plastics and rubber, and specifying both their employment and the packaging phases or the pasting and covering processes.
By means of a meticulous laboratory supervision, Coating Technology S.r.l.'s coatings for rubber follow the FDA 21 CFR § 178.3570 regulation and are certified by FABES' (European and German regulations on food-grade products) CON 6222-2018, making them suitable for the pharmaceutical and food industries’ standards.
The Environment Agency Umweltbundersamt defined in 2013 a positive list including the compliant materials to produce those items destined to water treatment, called UBA List.
Coating Technology S.r.l.'s coatings for rubber observes that list, following DVGW worksheet and the certificates ACS and WRAS, which guarantee the full compliance with organic coating of items in contact with drinkable water.
Indeed, hygienic and dry coatings are carried out for oil and grease lubrification; they are featured by anti-sticking properties of the rubber components and other elements during the automatic assembly.