High-temperature-resistant coatings are designed to withstand temperatures ranging from 150°C (300°F) to over 760°C (1,400°F) while providing protection against corrosion.
Composed of either organic or inorganic materials, high-temperature coating resins could either be an epoxy, epoxy phenolic, epoxy novolac, silicone, or a more specialized multi-polymeric matrix depending on the level of temperature resistance required.
For service under insulation, a single-component product can be used for a wide range of operating temperatures and provides excellent protection against corrosion under insulation (CUI). In areas where insulation is not required, a two-coat system consisting of a primer and silicone topcoat is recommended.
Utilizing quality products with proven track records is the key to protecting assets and reducing expensive downtime.
High-temperature coatings are often found in the following industries:
Specific examples of applications for high-temperature coatings include:
- Jet Engines
- Power/Chemical plants/Refineries
- Offshore assets
- OEM applications
- Corrosion Under Insulation
- Buildings and Construction