Ceramic Materials

How can we phase out PFAS substances from our everyday lives and at the same time develop circular products? One example is frying pans with Teflon (PFAS) which are still dominant in our kitchens globally. The manufacture of ceramic non-stick coatings is increasing, but many of these still contain PFAS and the frying pan is not designed for circularity.

In a unique collaboration between iPinium, RISE and Chalmers Industriteknik, we have developed a PFAS-free ceramic non-stick coating adapted for use in circular frying pans and frying plates. The innovation project has received support from VGR’s FoU-kort Avancerat.

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