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Used in ambient temperatures up to 1,100°F, Corr-Paint™ CP4060 provides corrosion protection and color identification for aluminum and cast steel structures. Single-part, red-pigmented, silicone-based, water-dispersible coating adheres to sandblasted as well as marginally prepared metal surfaces and dries at room temperature. Product cures as coated structure is ramped up to its operating temperature, and resultant coating is resistant to oxidation, UV light, humidity, and salt spray. Read More
Ceramabond™ 571 consists of water-based, 2-part (powder and liquid), magnesium oxide-filled ceramic adhesive and coating used to bond thermocouples to molybdenum-rhenium heater tubes for applications to 3,200°F. While electrical properties include volume resistivity of 109 ohm-cm and dielectric strength of 255 V/mil, mechanical properties include tensile shear strength of 500 psi and torque strength of 21.6 lb-ft. Product sets at room temperature and cures in 1–2 hr at 200°F. Read More
Consisting of full-fired, 99% pure alumina ceramic, Aremcolox™ 502-1400-99 provides abrasion and corrosion resistance as well as mechanical strength and electrical resistance for continuous operating temperatures to 3,000°F. Product features compressive strength of 340,000 psi, flexural strength of 46,000 psi, and dielectric strength of 225 V/mil. Typical applications include burner nozzles, alignment fixtures, combustion chambers, pump liners, rail guides, stand-offs, and wear tiles. Read More
Formulated by combining high-temperature resin with ceramic fibers and powders, Pyro-Putty™ 950 can be used as gasketing compound for boilers, compressors, heat exchangers, furnaces, ovens, and exhaust manifolds. Product repairs rough, scored, or irregular surfaces and is resistant to chemical and steam attack, high pressure/vacuum atmospheres, mechanical vibration, and joint movement. Offered in 11 oz caulk gun cartridge, sealant can cure in service or by heating joint without pressure. Read More
Offering thermal conductivity, electrical insulation, and low shrinkage after cure, Aremco-Bond™ 2315 is suited for potting and encapsulating densely packaged power supplies, rectifiers, ICs, oscillators, DACs, amplifiers, and relays. Black-pigmented product provides flexural strength of 12,300 psi and dielectric strength of 480 V/mil. Mixed in ratio of 100 parts resin to 25 parts hardener by weight, compound cures in 2 hr at 160°F plus 2 hr at 300°F. Read More
Used to coat steel motor housings in applications to 400°F, Corr-Paint™ CP2000 dries and cures at room temperature to hard, non-porous, abrasion-resistant surface. Single-part polymeric coating, resistant to acids, also survives salt fog, salt spray, and humidity testing periods of 1,000+ hr. Typically applied in 4.0 mil wet film thickness that dries to ~2.0 mil, coating has 200–240 cP viscosity, 1.05 g/cc specific gravity, 49.0% solids by volume, and 67.0% solids by weight. Read More
Adhering to ceramics, glasses, and metals, Crystalbond™ 509 is suitable for temporarily mounting substrates that require dicing, grinding, or polishing operations. Thermoplastic adhesive is applied by preheating mounting plate to 250°F, melting and spreading adhesive in uniform layer, then positioning part over adhesive, allowing entire assembly to cool. After processing, Crystalbond™ is dissolved in acetone or Aremco’s 509-S cleaning agent that leaves no film or residue. Read More
Demonstrating emissivity greater than 0.90 at temperatures to 2,000°F, HiE-Coat™ 840-M has been formulated for metal surfaces such as stainless steel. Jet-black, water-dispersed, ceramic coating is used for gas-fired burners to optimize thermal efficiency of commercial and consumer appliances, industrial ovens, and furnaces. Applied by sponge brush, roller, or spray equipment, VOC-free coating provides coverage rate of approximately 360 ft²/gallon based on 2 ml dry film thickness. Read More
Optimized for machinability using carbide tools, Aremcolox™ 502-600 is suited for use in high vacuum and electrical and electronic high temperature applications. Properties include respective compressive and flexural strengths of 32,000 and 14,000 psi, dielectric strength of 380 V/mil, dielectric constant of 6.8 @ 1 MHz, and thermal conductivity of 4.08 Btu-in/hr-ft²-°F. Stock sizes include ¼–1 in. dia x 18 in. long rods and 14 x 20 x 1/8–1 in. plates. Custom sizes/parts can also be produced.
Consisting of single-part, waterborne, inorganic coating, Ceramacoat™ 845-WHT bonds well to glass and quartz components in applications to 1,500°F. Odorless product is formulated to viscosity range of 400–700 cP with solids content of 41.3% by weight and 22.9% by volume, and density of 1.80–1.85 g/cc. Applied by dipping or pneumatic spray equipment, coating has typical dry film thickness of less than 0.001 in. After curing, film is abrasion and moisture resistant, with no outgassing. Read More
Consisting of hydraulic-setting, phosphate-bonded, zirconium oxide filled ceramic compound, Ceramacast™ 646N is suitable for encapsulating and potting high temperature electrical components such as resistance heaters, hot gas igniters, thermocouples, and strain gauges used in applications to 3,000°F. Cured material demonstrates shrinkage rate of less than 1%, volume resistivity of 109 Ω-cm, dielectric strength of 250 V/mil, and compressive strength of 11,500 psi. Read More
Formulated for bonding and coating mica, glass-ceramics, and metals, Ceramabond™ 632 features dielectric strength of 150 V/mil at room temperature, coefficient of thermal expansion of 4.7 ppm/°F, and viscosity of 10,000–25,000 cp. Specific gravity is 1.45–1.50 g/cc and pH is 11.0. Applied using brush, syringe, or pneumatic dispenser, mica-filled adhesive sets rapidly at room temperature and step cures at 200°F and 500°F for 2 hours each. Cured material resists most acids, solvents, and fuels. Read More
Inorganic, water-dispersed Ceramabind™ 643-1, resistant to temperatures to 3,000°F, mixes with range of oxide and metallic powders into inert, electrically, chemically, and wear-resistant material that will not outgas under ultra high vacuum (UHV). Typical uses include formulating corrosion protective coatings for high-temperature metal structures as well as producing chemically resistant adhesives and patching compounds. Viscosity is 50–60 cP, and solids content by weight is 30.0–35.0%. Read More
Used to coat lighting fixtures and industrial process equipment up to applications of 1,100°F, Corr-Paint™ CP4040 single-part, white-pigmented, silicone-based water-dispersible coating system adheres to glass, quartz, ceramic, as well as carbon and stainless steel. Coating dries at room temperature and can be cured in-situ or more rapidly at 450°F in 1 hr or 480ºF in 45 min. Cured coating is color stable at high temperatures and resistant to oxidation, UV light, humidity, and salt spray. Read More
Consisting of single-part, 100% solids, thermally conductive, silicone grease, Heat-Away™ 640 is used in heat transfer applications from -60 to 550°F. Product is formulated as thick paste that will not flow after application and maintains stable viscosity over entire temperature range. With thermal conductivity of 4.68 W/m-K, grease optimizes thermal transfer between heaters and process vessels and various heat sinks used in heat exchangers in electrical and electronic applications. Read More
Formulated using high purity silver flake, Aremco-Bond™ 556-HTHC is used for microelectronic chip bonding, semiconductor die-attach, hybrid packaging, and other electrical/electronic assembly applications. Two-part, electrically and thermally conductive adhesive exhibits low volume resistivity of less than 0.0001 Ω-cm at room temperature and thermal conductivity of 2.2 W/m-°K. Product offers tensile shear strength of 1,700 psi, Shore D hardness of 90, and viscosity range of 40,000–45,000 cP. Read More
Used for bonding, potting, tooling, and molding, Aremco-Bond™ 805 adheres to high-temperature plastics, glass, ceramic, and high-expansion metals. This 2-component, 100% solids, aluminum-filled epoxy cures at room temperature in 24 hr with final cure at 200°F in 2 hr. Cured material exhibits thermal conductivity of 12.5 Btu-in/hr-ft²-°F and dielectric strength of 50 V/mil. Respective tensile shear and flexural strengths are 1,800 and 15,500 psi, and Shore D Hardness is 87. Read More
Applied in 4.0 mil wet film thickness that dries to 2.0 mils, Corr-Paint™ CP2010 provides corrosion resistance on copper and steel components and structures exposed to oxidation and corrosive atmospheres up to 400°F. Single-part, aluminum-rich formula dries and cures at room temperature to hard, non-porous, abrasion-resistant surface. With viscosity of 300-600 cP and specific gravity of 1.08 g/cc, product is also resistant to wide range of acids, bases, fuels, and solvents. Read More
Adhering to graphite, ceramic cloth, and fiberboard, Pyro-Paint™ 634-AS is used to bond, coat, and seal graphite and refractory materials used in molten metal fluid handling components and structures in foundry applications to 2,300°F. Alumina-silica, fiber-reinforced, ceramic coating also prevents wear and oxidation of graphite impellers at melt line in handling of molten aluminum. Product is formulated with solids content of 61.2% by weight and 63.3% by volume to 400–700 cP viscosity range. Read More
Applied by dipping, brushing, or spraying, Aremco-Seal™ 617 single-part, water-based, glass coating is used to produce hermetic seals in porous ceramics and refractories in electrical and high-vacuum applications. Cure is accomplished by drying 200°F for 30 min, 350°F for 60 min, and final curing at 1,650°F for 3–5 min. Odorless sealant cleans up prior to curing with warm water and does not contain any VOCs. No outgassing will occur upon curing or during operation. Read More
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