Universal Pipe Coating from AkzoNobel
A Universal Coating Solution
The Universal Pipe Coating (UPC) range is designed to ensure maximum performance and deliver cost savings vs. traditional solutions. It provides protection for equipment operating at extreme temperatures, and is flexible to use in both insulated and non-insulated conditions.
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Standardizing coating specifications
The UPC approach has been developed to simplify the specification for process pipework, valves and vessels. This approach reduces complex specifications down to just two products - Interbond 1202UPC and Interbond 2340UPC:
- Temperature resistant from -196°C (-321°F) to 230°C (446°F)
- Fast, low temperature cure down to -5°C (23°F) improves productivity in cold weather
- Excellent tolerance to over-application reduces rework costs
- Temperature resistant from -196°C (-321°F) up to 650°C (1202°F)
- Compliant with the performance criteria of the ISO12944-9:2018 (ISO20340) standard, without a primer, helps ensure long term performance
- Short minimum overcoating intervals maximize productivity
How well do your temperature resistant coatings perform at ambient temperatures?
Long periods of time exposed to harsh, ambient temperature conditions can be a major challenge to high temperature coatings prior to heat curing. This is a particular problem for long lead time items such as valves which can spend months, sometimes years on quaysides or job sites as they await installation. How can you be sure that your high temperature coating is suitable for the rigors of the shipping and fabrication phase?
Complete the form to download our exclusive white paper; a critical comparison of several commercially available temperature resistant coatings and an analysis of an industry recognized accelerated test method for determining ambient temperature cure.