Presently fine ceramics attract the attention of almost all industrial fields. They have excellent properties like high heat resistance and high hardness, chemical contact and oxidation and this makes these ceramic coatings indispensable in a highly competitive market.
A fine ceramic film has been introduced allowing these specific properties to be included in production materials through surface-coating. A key component of this coating is “Tyranno Polymer”, developed by UBE.
This organic silicon compound can be readily dissolved in a number of organic solvents, is easy to use as a coating or a spray and heat-cured at high temperatures. “Tyranno Coat”, is a new product offered by UBE and is an industry leader for several applications.
The key features of the Tyranno Coat are:
- Anti corrosive coating for metallic substrates
- Anti corrosive coating for non-metal substrates
- Oxidation resistance at high temperature
The applications of Tyranno Coat are:
- Combustion apparatuses such as burners, heaters
- Automobile exhaust pipes and mufflers
- Molded carbon products
- H2S, SOX and NOX resistant
- Caustic acid, alkali resistant, salt resistant
- Plant interior walls, boilers, refractories and flue bricks
- Renders building materials, non metal substrates incombustible
- Improves insulation performance and heat radiation
- Acts as a lubricant in the mold-release process
Specifications (Standard type)
Tyranno Coat has increased resistance for solutions such as NaOH, HCl, NaCl, and Xylene. The specifications for Tyranno Coat are provided in the table:
||.18 kg can
.4 kg can
.1 kg can
||at 23°C : Double-cylindrical viscometer
Coating and Baking
Coating: Any kinds of ordinary coating applicators are available. (brush, spray, dipping)
Baking: Approximately 30 minutes at no less than 250°C
Note: Kindly note that coating procedures should be done at temperature no higher than 60°C. Coating in humid conditions is not suggested.
This information has been sourced, reviewed and adapted from materials provided by UBE Group.
For more information on this source, please visit UBE Group.