For use with exhaust tire (cannot be used with titanium exhaust tire)
The coating protects the exhaust belt against wear and harmful liquids. The surface is reinforced by means of additional resins and binder. In addition, the lifespan is extended by protecting against friction and closing the pores to minimize penetration of harmful liquids. the Coating can withstand direct and constant heat of 815 ℃, with a peak of up to 1100 ℃
What else can you use heat resistant paint for?
Heat resistant paint can be used for various purposes. Think, for example, of ovens, outdoor stoves, heaters, heating pipes, exhausts, manifolds and other heated parts that are exposed to extreme heat. You can even use the heat-resistant paint for parts of your motorcycle or car.
Grease, oil, dirt, loose rust, loose coatings and all other contaminants with suitable ones
remove resources. Sand intact old paint layers to ensure good adhesion
to get. The surface must be clean and dry during application.
Difference between heat resistant paint in bucket and in aerosol
Some Heat-resistant paints are available in buckets, but the spray variant remains the most used, because the spray variant is easy and quick to use. The layers of paint that are sprayed from the spray are well distributed and cover a large area. A drawback of heat-resistant paint from a bucket is that the paint hardens over time. You do not have this problem with the spray variant.