Our Aerosol Refractory Paints

Y Aerosol (Yttrium Oxide)

The Yttrium Oxide (Yttria) aerosol-can provides the great properties of Y2O3 in an easy-to-use manner – yielding low electrical conductivity and low thermal conductivity; providing superior high-temperature stability with molten metals, glasses, slags, and salts; producing inert barriers for reactions, di­ffusion bonding, brazing etc.

Link to Y Aerosol page

Z Aerosol (Zirconium Oxide)

The Zirconium Oxide (Zirconia) aerosol-can provides the great properties of Calcia-Stabilized Zirconia (ZrO2) in an easy-to-use manner – yielding moderately-low electrical conductivity and very-low thermal conductivity; providing good high-temperature stability with molten metals, glasses, slags, and salts; producing an inert barrier for reactions.

Link to Z Aerosol page

A Aerosol (Aluminum Oxide)

The Aluminum Oxide (Alumina) aerosol-can provides the great properties of Al2O3 in an easy-to-use/test manner – yielding low electrical conductivity and moderately-high thermal conductivity; providing good refractoriness and resistance to molten metals.

Link to A Aerosol page

BN Aerosol Lubricoat (Boron Nitride)

The Boron Nitride aerosol-can allows the creation of a dry-film-lubricant and provides the great properties of BN in an easy-to-use/test manner, yielding low electrical conduction and high thermal conduction (like stainless); preventing reactions/interactions between materials; providing superior release/nonwetting.

Link to BN Aerosol Lubricoat page

These aerosols are useful for many high-temperature studies as well as providing barrier layers between dissimilar materials to prevent reaction/interactions.

All of our aerosol products are also offered as “Aerosol Brushable,” which is a bulk paint form for scaling up any usage that require a solvent-based paint.