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Protective White Coating serves high-temperature applications.
Protective White Coating serves high-temperature applications.
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April 30, 2014 - 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.

New Corr-Paint CP4040 High Temperature White Coating Now Available


Aremco Products, Inc.
707 Executive Blvd., Unit
Valley Cottage, NY, 10989
USA



Press release date: April 25, 2014

Summary
Corr-Paint™ CP4040, a new high temperature, white coating developed by Aremco Products, Inc., is now used to coat high temperature lighting fixtures along with a wide range of industrial process equipment for applications to 1100 ºF (593 ºC).

Features
Aremco's Corr-Paint™ CP4040 is a single part, white-pigmented, silicone-based, water-dispersible coating system developed for original equipment and maintenance applications to 1100 ºF (593 ºC).

Corr-Paint™ CP4040 demonstrates excellent adhesion to glass, quartz, ceramic, and carbon and stainless steels. It dries rapidly at room temperature and can be cured in-situ or more rapidly at 450 ºF in 1 hour or 480 ºF in 45 minutes. The cured coating is color stable at high temperatures and resistant to oxidation, ultraviolet light, humidity, and salt spray.

Corr-Paint™ CP4040 is applied easily using conventional pneumatic spray equipment, brush or roller. Although sandblasting of metals is recommended, CP4040 can be applied to relatively smooth surfaces or directly to rust surfaces found in many maintenance and repair applications.

Corr-Paint™ CP4040 can be used to provide corrosion protection on heat exchangers, crackers, reformers, exhaust ducting, and other structures that experience high temperature oxidation and corrosion due to condensation.

Corr-Paint™ CP4040 is available from stock in pint, quart, gallon and five-gallon pails. Please contact Aremco's Technical Sales Department for more information about this advanced high temperature coating.

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