Flame Control No. 888 Series High Solids/Low V.O.C. High Performance Industrial Heat Resistant Coatings are based on aspecially modified silicone alkyd resin. The coatings air dry to a tough, hard, weather and heat resistant finish. Special pigments are utilized to achieve maximum heat resistant properties. The curing mechanism is a unique combination of solvent evaporation and resin cross-linking. They do not require any complex heat curing schedule to obtain their heat and weather resistant properties.
No. 888 Series coatings are also suitable for use on stainless steel surfaces, they are formulated with special ingredients to minimize contamination from chlorides, other halides, sulfides, nitrates and metals which are known to induce external stress corrosion cracking. They contain no free metallic zinc and, therefore, will not contribute to embrittlement of stainless steel welds.
RECOMMENED USES: Wherever maximum resistance to heat, humidity, and weather is required.Can beusedonheaters, stacks, boilers, breeches, mufflers, radiators,storage tanks, pipelines, steam lines,etc.,whereoperating temperaturewillnot exceed 850°F (454°C). Not recommended for use on the inside of ovens, stacks, etc. DO NOT USE OVER GALVANIZED METAL OR ZINC RICH COATINGS.
PERFORMANCE INFORMATION: This very unique coating performs as well as many pure silicone based paints, but has the distinct advantage of being curable at room or ambient temperature, and can be used over No. 888 Primer, or applied directly to clean steel. It has exceptional heat resistant properties, excellent weathering characteristics and good corrosion protection.
(Colour Stability refers to the maximum temperature that the colour pigments in the coating can withstand before colour changes (darkening) will occur. However, should the coating film be exposed to temperatures above 650°F, the colour will lighten to more closely resemble the original colour, and will not appreciably change colour on subsequent cooling and reheating. The actual coating film is not affected and will withstand the full 850°F)
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