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HiTemp Dry Fall 1200 Paint




HiTemp Dry Fall 1200 Paint primer or finish coat is for extreme high temperatures up to 1200 degrees fahrenheit.  (HMA) asphalt plants, coating under insulation (CUI), stacks, chemical plant components, refineries, and other areas--Its the perfect Dry-Fall Spray Safe Paint for areas that require corrosion protection and exposure to temperatures up to 1200 degrees Fahrenheit and provides you with no worries for what is below. This 827 HB formula by Highland International, LLC will remove overspray concerns and was specifically formulated as a Dry-Fall Paint to remove worry and for extremely high temperatures. 

  • Temperatures Up to 1200 Degrees Fahrenheit
  • High-Build High Heat Single Package Paint
  • Dry-Fall No Overspray Worry
  • Ideal for Asphalt Plant, Heat, and Coatings Under Insulation (CUI)
  • This is the 827 High Build Formula by Highland International, LLC

This High Heat Plant Paint was created for extreme temperature uses on steel and metal constructs.  This can be considered the best Hot Mix Asphalt Plant (HMA) Paint available for all compenent requiring high heat such as your drum mixer, dryers and ductwork.  This paint is for high heat batch plat painting but the right choice also for any refinery or high heat use.  

The HiTemp Dry Fall 1200's unique high-build single package inert multipolymeric matrix coating is designed to provide heat stability, withstand severe cyclic conditions, an allow application to marginally prepared surfaces at dry film thicknesses up to 16 mils. Meets SS-4, SS-5, CS-6 and CS-8 of NACE SP0198-10. One gallon equates to a theoretical coverage of 1042 square ft. at 1 mil DFT (Dry Film Thickness), a one coat application is recommended at 4-8 mils DFT.

1 Gal / Black15.0 lb
1 Gal / Gray15.0 lb
1 Gal / Aluminum15.0 lb
3 Gal / Black45.0 lb
3 Gal / Gray15.0 lb
3 Gal / Aluminum15.0 lb

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