High temperature coatings must withstand a minimum sustained temperature of 150˚C, with additional operating temperature requirements reaching 300˚C, 500˚C, up to 650˚C. The coating is permanently resistant to temperatures in the specified ranges and must also withstand periodic thermal cycling down to ambient or cryogenic temperatures.
In addition to the specified operating temperature range for the coating, the flexibility, adhesion, solvent and chemical resistance for coatings used in petrochemical, chemical processing, oil & gas, pipeline, power generation, OEM, pulp & paper, and materials processing each have slightly different requirements.
ICL Innovation seeks technology to improve the anticorrosion performance of our coatings.
NineSigma hosted a webinar for ICL Innovation on this topic on April 6, 2016 at 10am Eastern. To access a recording of the webinar, click here. A PDF transcript of the webinar can be found at the bottom of this page.