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Painting system high temperatres

Painting system high temperatres

Painting system high temperatres

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i am searching a reliable high Temperature off shore (up to 600 ° C) painting system for cast steel and stainless steel, aluminum. Do you have some suggestions? How shoudl I prepare surface? How many layers their thickness etc. Any input is welcom.

RE: Painting system high temperatres

Painting will exacerbate problems on stainless steel. Aluminum at 600C? For other steel, insulate first and then coat the insulation.

RE: Painting system high temperatres

TugboatEng-I have never heard or seen coating over insulation offshore. And the only case I can see coating stainless steel is when its under insulation to take extra measures in preventing CUI.

RE: Painting system high temperatres

Used silicone based coating on high temperature turbines. Alternatively consider ceramic coating but they are expensive to apply

* Finding a solution is great * Knowing how to implement it is fantastic * Believing it is the only one and best is naive ?

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