I am trying to produce a silencer baffle in carbon fiber. I have located a resin that will provide an operating range right at the expected envelope for typical useage. http://news.cision.com/nexam-chemical/r/nexam-chem... (420c) But this leaves no margin for those who might utilize the device in a more prolonged fashion. Ideally, I need to get closer to 550c. Is there a thermal barrier in a spray-on form that I could apply to the finished part that would allow me to approach those limits.
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