- No primer necessary for most surfaces
- Resistant to oil, steam and water
- Ideal for producing thermal surveys
- Fast reaction time
- A strong and clear colour contrast
- Requires no additives
Use and Application
- Colour change can be determined after 10 mins
- First coat touch dry in 15-50 minutes
- For best results use sprayable application
- Ideal for Gas Turbines and Jet Engine applications
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Multi-Change Paints prove a valuable asset, particularly when used in conjunction with gas turbines and jet engines. Being the only Paint of its type
known to retain its surface adhesion at these temperatures, thus offering a high degree of protection from erosion. Used extensively in rocketry
and high speed flight technology, they prove to be an invaluable tool in thermal measurement.
All Paints are made to order therefore please allow extra time for delivery. Please contact our Sales office for further information
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*Available on special production only, minimums apply. Contact customer services for details
For Aerospace applications please contact our specialist TPS
Single Change and Multi-Change Thermal Paints. Temperature range 80 to 1270C.
Multi-Change Thermal Paints withstand hostile environments and prove a valuable asset particularly when used in conjunction with gas turbines and jet engines. Being the only paint of its type known that will retain its surface adhesion at these temperatures thus offering a high degree of protection from erosion. Used extensively in rocketry and high speed flight technology, these paints prove to be an invaluable tool in thermal measurement.
Single Change Paint
Single Change Thermal Paints are now colour fast in direct sunlight, resistant to chemical abuse and provide a clearline colour change. Proving to be an extremely useful aid to the industrial, chemical and petrochemical markets. An ideal tool for monitoring lined vessel plant, detecting rise in surface temperature where the refractory linings have broken down, acting as a watchdog for this type of industry.