Zithron 900 Series High Temperature Aerosol Paint is created with a special formulation of heat resistant pigments blended into a silicone polymer resin. The result of this special blend is reliable film integrity and a finish that is scratch-resistant. This silicone formula can handle working temperatures up to 1235°F (653°C), providing superb color retention even as the heat becomes extreme. Zithron 900 Series High Temperature Aerosol Paint cures rapidly and provides great results when applied over ferrous metal surfaces. Offering superior working properties, Zithron 900 Series High Temperature Aerosol Paint is ideally suited for application to stoves (gas, wood, or pellet) and stove pipes, engines and engine manifolds, and other metal surfaces that experience high temperatures. This paint is available in numerous popular colors to meet the needs of our customers and is packaged in 16 ounce cans (12 ounce net weight). Because they offer easy application, an excellent cured finish, and great coverage, aerosol cans are the packaging type most preferred by professional fireplace installers and heating stove installers. That said, for applications where aerosols are not preferable, Zithron 900 Series also offers a brush-on formulation for added convenience.
When it comes to high temperature paint, no product delivers like Thermal Kote. In addition to withstanding extreme high temperatures, it produces a rock hard finish that rivals ceramic coatings. Packed in convenient to use aerosol cans, this high temp paint offers no mess or clean up. The unique dispensing valve atomizes the coating and deposits an extremely smooth finish.
Thermal Kote high temperature paint performs well in temperatures to 1200°F (649°C). When applying the Thermal Kote high temperature coating, parts coated require a constant temperature of 400°F (204°C) for approximately 3 hours to insure proper curing. This method bakes the finish and creates a harder and tougher surface. Before application, all parts should be abraded with a 60 to 100 grit sanding disc and surface thoroughly cleaned. The abrading creates a profile which insures excellent adhesion for coating.
When multiple coats are desired after initial curing, lightly abrade surface and reapply Thermal Kote. The high temp paint product shows extremely high scratch resistance and is not affected by oils, greases, harsh chemicals or most acids. High humidity levels should be avoided during application of the high temperature paint and optimum results are achieved by applying at room temperature. When curing by oven is not practical, infrared heaters may be used. Depending on heater equipment and surface temperature, this type curing process may extend curing times.
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