Press Release Summary:
Inorganic, water-dispersed Ceramabind™ 643-1, resistant to temperatures to 3,000Â°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 isÂ 50–60 cP, and solids content by weightÂ is 30.0–35.0%.
Original Press Release:
Ceramabind 643-1 Now Used To Produce High Temperature Coatings
Ceramabind™ 643-1, a new high temperature inorganic binder system formulated by Aremco Products, Inc., is now used to formulate high temperature ceramic and metallic coatings for applications to 3000 ºF (1650 ºC).
Ceramabind™ 643-1 is an inorganic, water-dispersed, potassium silicate binder that resists temperatures to 3000 ºF (1650 ºC) and is ideal for formulating high temperature adhesives and coatings. It is mixed easily with a wide range of oxide and metallic powders into an inert, electrically, chemically and wear resistant material that will not outgas under ultra high vacuum (UHV).
Ceramabind™ 643-1 is formulated to a viscosity of 50-60 cP, solids content by weight of 30.0–35.0%, specific gravity of 1.25–1.30 g/cc, and pH of 11.0. Setting at room temperature for 1–2 hours then heating to 200, 350 and 500 ºF for 1 hour each, respectively, cures mixtures. Cleanup is accomplished easily using warm water.
Ceramabind™ 643-1 is used typically to formulate corrosion protective coatings for high temperature metal structures including rotary calciners, boilers and heat exchangers, and producing chemically resistant adhesives and patching compounds.
Ceramabind™ 643-1 is available from stock in pint, quart, gallon and five-gallon drums. Please contact Aremco's Technical Sales Group for more information about this advanced new material.
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