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Flame Control TemperKote® 600
INDUSTRIAL HI-HEAT® RESISTANT COATING Air Dries, No Heat Cure Required *Maximum Service Temperature 600°F (315°C)

Product Description:
Flame Control TemperKote 600 Industrial Hi-Heat Coatings are based on a thermally stable silicone modified acrylic resins. The coating air dries to a tough, hard, weather and heat resistant finish. Special pigments are utilizedto 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.

Characteristics:
Colors Black, Silver, White, Off White, Dark Gray, Medium Gray, Light Gray, Blue, Beige, Light Beige, Dark Green, Light Green, SafetyBlue, Safety Green, Safety Yellow, Safety Orange, Safety Red Finish Flat Resin Type Silicone Acrylic Thermal Stability 600°F (315°C) VOC Less Than 3.5 lbs. /gal (420 g/L) Color Stability 500°F (260°C) Flash Point 40°F (4.4°C) (PMCC) Type of Cure Solvent Evaporation/Resin cross-linking Reducer/Cleaner TemperKote Reducer Application Temperature 50°F (10°C) to 120°F (49°C) Packaging 1, 5 & 55 gal.containers Solids By Volume Primer 40% + 2% Shelf Life 2 year (unopened) Silver 25% + 2% All Other Colors 31% + 2% Weight Per Gallon Primer 14.3 lbs. (6.5 kg) Solids By Weight Primer 65% + 2% Silver 8.6 lbs. (3.9 kg) Silver 37% + 2% All Other Colors 12.8 lbs. (5.8 kg) All Other Colors 55% + 2% 2 Spreading Rate per Coat Primer 214 – 320 sq. ft./gal (5.25 – 7.8 m /L) 5.0 – 7.5 mils wet, 2.0 – 3.0mils dry 2 Silver 160 – 267 sq. ft./gal (3.9 – 6.5 m /L) 6.0 – 10.0 mils wet, 1.5 – 2.5 mils dry 2 All Other Colors 198 – 333 sq. ft./gal (4.9 – 8.1 m /L) 4.8 – 8.1 mils wet, 1.5 – 2.5 mils dry Drying Time @ 77°F (25°C) & 50% R.H. TemperKote 600 TemperKote Universal Primer To touch ½ - 1 ½ hour 30 min. – 1 hour To recoat 4 – 6 hours

Recommended Uses:
Wherever maximum resistance to heat, humidity,and weather is required. Can be used on heaters, stacks, boilers, breeches, mufflers, radiators, storage tanks, pipelines, steam lines, etc., where operating temperature will not exceed 600°F (315°C). Not recommended for use on the inside of ovens, stacks, etc.

Performance Information:
This very unique coating performs as well as many pure silicone resins, but has the distinct advantage ofbeing curable at room or ambient temperature, and can be used over TemperKote Universal Primer, or applied directly to clean steel. It has exceptional color stability to 500°F (260°C), Black and Silver to 600ºF (315ºC), excellent heat resistant properties, excellent weathering characteristics and good corrosion protection.

Test Data:
Test Type Salt Fog Reference ASTM B117 Specification Details168 hrs Typical Result ASTM D714 – 10 ASTM D1654 – 8 ASTM D610 – 9-G 5B 160/160 1/8” Pass 2H

Adhesion Impact, Direct/Reverse, inch/lbs Flexibility, Mandrel Pencil Hardness

ASTM D 3359 ASTM D 2794 ASTM D522 ASTM D3363

Flame Control TemperKote® 600
INDUSTRIAL HI-HEAT® RESISTANT COATING Air Dries, No Heat Cure Required *Maximum Service Temperature 600°F (315°C)

Surface Preparation:General: For best results surfaces should be free from oil, grease, dirt, mill scale, rust, corrosion products, oxides, paint and foreign matter. All surfaces should be solvent cleaned per SSPC-SP1 and meet SSPC-SP3 minimums with surface profile of 1.0 - 1.5 mils. STEEL: Remove all flux, splatter and slag left from welding. Grind all welds until smooth. Remove rust, mill scale, oil grease, and othercontamination by solvent cleaning per SSPC-SP1. For Typical Industrial Environments a low profile, near-white metal blast, SSPC-SP10, is preferred as it will give best results, especially where higher service temperatures are anticipated. Blast profile should be 1.0 - 1.5 mils. Remove all remaining abrasive from surface by air blasting. Coat the freshly blasted surface as soon as possible. Do not...
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