Ceramic Coating Made for High Temperatures

TUESDAY, MARCH 7, 2017


Coating manufacturer Jotun (Sandefjord, Norway) recently introduced a new high-temperature coating designed for use in the hydrocarbon processing industry.

Jotatemp 1000 Ceramic is a corrosion-protection coating that the company says can be applied to surfaces that reach up to 1,000 degrees Celsius (1,832 degrees Fahrenheit).

Industry Demand

The company says the product comes in response to demand from the industry.

“The on-shore industry is moving towards higher temperature processing, while still requiring low temperature tolerance for gas processing, and needs a coating with performance credentials to match its ambitions,” said Miles Bruckhurst, Jotun global concept director, hydrocarbon processing industry.

The coating provides protection from corrosion, fire, heat and cold, Jotun says, and passed all industry standard tests for the verification of corrosion-under-insulation protection.

Coating Details

Jotatemp 1000 Ceramic is a two-component titanium-catalyzed inorganic ceramic copolymer, according to Jotun. The company recommends application via airless spray, with brush application for stripe coating and small areas.

Jotun recommends the coating for properly prepared carbon steel, stainless steel and ceramic surfaces.

More information: www.jotun.com.

   

Tagged categories: Asia Pacific; Carbon Steel; Ceramic coatings; Coating Materials; EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa); Industrial coatings; Jotun; Latin America; North America; Oil and Gas; Protective Coatings; Stainless steel

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