Chemsol’s High Heat Coating is a silicone coating designed to withstand temperatures of up to 1200 degrees Fahrenheit. There must be metal to coating contact between the substrate and the coating. Do not use a primer. This heat resistant aluminum paint may be brushed, rolled or sprayed.
Note: please refer to the appropriate technical performance specification, TT-P-28, and applicable technical documents under the MSDS/Documents Tab.
Heat resisting aluminum paint covered by this specification shall be of one type that meets air pollution regulation 442 of South Coast Air Quality Management District in addition to the solvent requirements of this specification.
Surface must be clean, dry and free of all contamination before application. Coating must be applied to bare steel. Abrasive blast to a Near White Finish in accordance with SSPC-SP 10 for best results.
APPLICATION AND REDUCTION
Chemsol’s High Heat Coating can be applied by brush, roller or spray. Brush and roll small areas only. Use a natural bristle brush. Do not over brush. Use a short nap mohair roller with a phenolic core. Avoid re-rolling! Thin with Xylene for brush & roll and Toluene or spray application. Spray using conventional or airless equipment with teflon packings. Spray one tack coat followed by one full wet coat to a dry film thickness of 1.5 mils per coat. Two coats are recommended over are bare steel.
Apply by brush, roller or spray methods. For brush and roll, thin with Xylene Reducer at 10-15% by volume. For spray application, thin with Toluene at 10-15% by volume.