Eclipse coating

Eclipse ® coating

Eclipse® Coating is an internally reinforced non-stick system engineered to last longer than other coatings of the same type.
The Eclipse® family of coatings (Eclipse and Eclipse High-Build for cookware and Eclipse for bakeware) has a remarkable resistance to abuse and wear that is typical of today's average kitchen.

Properties of Eclipse® coatings

Eclipse® for cookware

  • Three-layer coating
  • The basecoat contains a carefully selected and blended combination of resins and unusually hard materials, permitting a much higher percentage of special reinforcing elements than the standard
  • The topcoat is fluoropolymer-rich, and is completely dedicated to non-sticking
  • Excellent reciprocal abrasion test results: reaching over 700,000 cycles, the toughest internally reinforced coating previously tested reaching 20,000 cycles

Eclipse® High-Build for cookware

  • Improved through intensive research and development to meet a standard far above all internally reinforced coatings
  • It complies with all U.S. and European food safety standards
  • Up to 60 microns can be applied with no mud cracking (most non-stick systems mud-crack if applied over 40 microns are applied)

Eclipse® for bakeware

  • An internally reinforced 2-coat non-stick system
  • Engineered to last longer than other internally reinforced bakeware coatings
  • Excellent release provided by silicone- therefore the spray version of Eclipse for bakeware can be marketed as 'Made without PFOA'
  • Ideal for aluminium substrates and carbon phosphate steel

Eclipse® references

Eclipse 7050
Eclipse 7252
Eclipse HB 70-750
Eclipse HB 72-752
Eclipse HB 73-753