A specially formulated bituminous paint with black pigmentation meant for application on metal surfaces exposed to services temperature up to 250 C. Its has excellent adhesion to steel and it protects the surface from atmospheric corrosion ,chemical fumes and industrial gases. It has a good adhesion property & adheres to surfaces that are difficult to adhere. It also gives good anti corrosive property & can be applied as a boiler paint.
Taralac HR Paint is based on silicon modified Resins. Brilliant luster, excellent durability and corrosion resistance are the other main properties of Taralac HR Paint. It is supplied in a single pack system. Taralac HR Paint is a fast drying and has excellent adhesion, hardness and flexibility and also good water resistance. Taralac Aluminum Paint is suitable for surfaces susceptible to atmosphere corrosion and in environments where good durability is required. Good heat resisting properties and high covering capacity coupled with long life makes this paint the most desired coating from the point of view of economy and performance. The paint is widely used for steel structures such as Chimneys, Boilers, Ovens, Furnace Parts, Automobile Exhaust, Etc A single package medium to high temperature coating that withstands temperature up to 525 F (274 C). For the protection of the exterior of equipment such as stacks, cat crackers boilers, heat exchangers and other steel o o o surface which operate form 200-525 F (93 -274 C).
This product is also similar to the above product & with higher HR property
Suitable for use on hot metal stacks, furnace equipment, kiln flues, exhaust systems, hot pipes and similar areas exposed to dry heat attack.
We have developed a special HR paint to resist the temperature up to 850 C. The test certificates are under process.
- Industrial & Domestic Chimmneys
- Industrial & Domestic Boilers
- Industrail Ovens
- Automotive & Generator Silencers
Tips for Applying HR Paints
The surface must be clean and dry, free from grease, rust and dirt. Protect adjoining surfaces from overspray. Shake can for at least three minutes before use and regularly during use. Lower temperatures and high humidity will slow the drying and affect the gloss level. Avoid spraying when air or surface temperature is below 10 C or above 30 C. Apply with several light mist coats, two minutes apart, until desired colour is achieved. Let coating dry for 1 hour. Then expose to high heat (160 C – 200 C) for 1 hour. This will harden the coating.