High Temp Coatings
high temperature coatings are designed to provide corrosion protection under extreme heat. These coatings are often found in process-based facilities such as refineries, petrochemical plants and power plants. These facilities usually have huge networks of pipe that need to be diligently protected from corrosion under insulation and away from the naked eye. For this reason, it’s essential facility managers have confidence in the effectiveness of their high temp coatings.
Some coatings are rated between 350-400 degrees Fahrenheit, some are rated up to 1200 degrees and beyond. Different resins and chemical compositions of individual products will determine their effectiveness at high temperatures. Whatever their rating, protecting substrates from corrosion is always the main goal.