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Intertherm 1875

Product Type
Temperature Resistance
Chemistry
High Temperature Silicone Acrylic

A single component, intermediate temperature finish based on temperature resistant silicone and acrylic resins with thermally stable pigmentation.Intertherm 1875has excellent brush and roll characteristics.

Intertherm 891

Product Type
Temperature Resistance
Chemistry
Oleoresinous Aluminium

A one component, general purpose heat resistant paint, based on air drying oleoresinous resins, and pigmented with aluminium flake.

Interbond 1202UPC

Product Type
Temperature Resistance
Chemistry
Universal Pipe Coating

Interbond 1202UPC is a universal pipe coating that provides external protection for above ground piping and accessories operating between -196ºC (-321ºF) and 650ºC (1202ºF). Interbond 1202UPC reduces coating complexity and overall project painting costs by standardizing coating specifications, providing excellent corrosion protection in a wide range of operating environments including corrosion under insulation (CUI) conditions. Based on an inorganic copolymer resin system, Interbond 1202UPC is compliant with the performance criteria of the ISO12944-9 cyclic aging test, without a primer.

Intertherm 2205

Product Type
Temperature Resistance
Chemistry
Hot Spread Epoxy

Intertherm 2205 is a specialist temperature resistant maintenance coating, designed to resist corrosion under insulation (CUI) and high temperatures up to 230°C (446°F). Based on innovative, hot spread epoxy technology Intertherm 2205 shows excellent application characteristics and can be brush applied to hand prepared, hot steel up to 205°C (401°F).

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