From Pig Fat to Polysiloxane

A Brief History of Elevated Temperature Coatings for Exposed and CUI Service

From JPCL, October 2017

By Peter Bock, Performance Polymers LLC; James C. Reynolds, Performance Polymers BV


This article chronicles the evolution of el-evated temperature coatings from lard used to season cast-iron skillets through a third-generation, 100-percent inorganic, single-component and ambient curing ver-sion that gets hard enough without heating for equipment to be painted in the afternoon and handled, strapped down and shipped without damage the next morning....


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Tagged categories: Coating chemistry; Coating Materials; Corrosion Under Insulation (CUI); Formulating; High-heat coatings; Peter Bock; Polysiloxane

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