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HPC® HT Coating- two component coating designed to be sprayed directly to hot surfaces while in operation and to insulate hot pipes or surfaces that load up to 450 to 1112 degrees F. HPC®-HT Coating mixes a large water-based Part A with a flammable smaller Part B that becomes non-flammable when ready to use and spray. The resins must be sprayed while the surface is hot to achieve dry down and full curing.Learn More >

Omega Fire™- single component coating designed to withstand 2200 degrees F (1204 degrees C) direct flame and resist heat transfer to backside. This coating has not obtained UL certification as yet, but has performed many of the UL testing profiles to verify its’ capabilities. Adjustments have been made after all the initial testing to perfect its’ performance, and initial beam testing is scheduled for August 2019. Some initial testing along the way have given up to 7-hour fire rating performance and passed the NYC 2-hour support beam testing as well as fire protection for shipping containers.Learn More >

HSC™ Coating- single component water-based coating designed to insulate hot pipes or surfaces that load up to 350 degrees F. The coating is not a reflective coating, but works to block the absorption of heat and to resist the transfer of heat through the coating to the cooler side.Learn More >

HPC® Coating- single component water-based coating designed to insulate hot pipes or surfaces that load up to 500 degrees F. The coating is not a reflective coating, but works to block the loading of higher heats and to resist the transfer of heat through the coating to the cooler side. Holds heat in the surface in which it covers. Always ask what the temperature inside the unit is and not the heat on the surface. Once coated, the surface will be equal to the interior temperature which could be 200-300 degrees F higher than what is registering on the exterior.Learn More >