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High Temperature Coatings

Carbotherm 3300

Carbotherm 3300 is a ceramic blend insulative composite coating formulated using a high temperature resistant acrylic binder.

It is ideally suited as a protective heat barrier to shield personnel from hot surfaces. It also inhibits heat transfer into or out of a structure. Its insulative properties keep structures exposed to solar radiation significantly cooler. It can be used to minimize or eliminate sweating of pipes or other operating equipment

  • Excellent thin-film insulation
  • Unique formula provides superior coverage during application
  • Protects personnel from hot surfaces
  • Multi-purpose interior/exterior coating
  • Insulation provides anti-condensation properties
  • Easy to use

Zero VOC; Low odour at application

Availability :- New Zealand- Australia

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Thermaline 400 Primer & Finish

Made to order or imported product subject to avalability.

A high performance, immersion grade coating system which has excellent resistance to wet/dry cycling conditions at elevated temperatures

  • Temperature resistance to 204°C (400°F)
  • Very good flexibility
  • Excellent overall chemical resistance
  • Very good abrasion resistance
  • Easily applied by spray
  • Acceptable for use over stainless steels

Used in conjunction with Thermaline 400 Primer

Availability :- New Zealand- Australia

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Thermaline 450

Highly cross-linked, glass flake-filled polymer that offers exceptional barrier protection and resistance to wet/dry cycling at elevated temperatures.

Suitable for insulated and non-insulated pipes, stacks and equipment operating up to 232°C (450°F).

This coating provides excellent resistance to corrosion, abrasion and permeation, and its novolac-modification resists severe chemical attack.

Availability :- New Zealand- Australia

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Thermaline 4700

Single package silicone finish.

High-performance finish for areas exposed to extreme temperatures. Suitable for service from 204°C-538°C (400°F-1000°F) and surges to 650°C. Requires heat curing.

Resistant to severe thermal shock

Provides outstanding long-term performance when applied over Carbozinc inorganic zinc primers

Air-dries to touch (full film formation properties occurs after heat curing)

Availability :- New Zealand- Australia

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Thermaline 4900

Air-dried silicone acrylic coating available in Aluminium and suitable for high temperature exposures up to 232°C. Air-drying characteristics allow for faster handling of in-shop applications than with other high-temperature coatings.

Heat cure above 149°C is recommended and will impart added strength and integrity to the coating.

Availability :- New Zealand- Australia

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Thermaline Heat Shield

Made to order or imported product subject to avalability.

This is an extreme performance coating for hot, cryogenic and cycling exposures. Thermaline Heat Shield contains a unique blend of plate-like reinforcing pigments fortified with an inert polymeric matrix. The resulting film provides an outstanding barrier against corrosives and harsh exposures typically seen in elevated temperature environments. This versatile coating is ideal for all piping, vessels and equipment operating from cryogenic conditions up to 1200°F. It is particularly well suited to prevent corrosion under insulated equipment/piping for both carbon steel substrates and stainless steels. This fortified coating has superior shop handling properties over standard silicone coatings (see Curing). It is recommended for CS-6 and SS-5 systems of NACE SP0198 Standard Practice for coatings to control corrosion under insulation (CUI).

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