Specialty Industrial Coatings

Supercoat S
Description

Supercoat S is solvent-based and allows easy application onto metals at room temperature due to its fast drying.  The Supercoat S should be applied by air-spraying (for best results) or by dipping.  Supercoat S can be diluted with Acetone for somewhat faster drying or with Ethyl Alcohol for somewhat slower drying.  After applying and drying at room temperature, a one-time “bake-on” at 850-925 C for 30 minutes or more is required. The resulting coating is remarkably flexible and tough, protective, and electrical insulating.

Key Attributes

Enamel-like Supercoat For Metals Containing Chromium and/or Nickel With Iron  (Not for carbon-steel)

  • Stainless (all varieties, including 304, 310, 316, 430, 439)
  • Haynes Alloy 214
  • Inconel 718
  • “White” Cast Irons HC15 and HC28
  • Ni-Hard Cast Iron • H13 Tool Steel

Forms Remarkable, Fantastic, Tough Supercoat That Can Be Used To:

  • Seal Surfaces with an Impervious layer
  • Provide flexible coating
  • Yield electrical insulating coating
  • Allow Thermal Cycling & Air Quenching
Ideal Use
  • Reduces/stops Gaseous Attack and Provides Corrosion Resistance
  • Provides High Emissivity and Electrically Nonconducting Surface,Good from Ambient to 850 C
  • Mufflers/Exhaust Components
  • Gas Burners
  • Protect Furnace Parts, etc.
  • Base/primer Coat for Topcoating with Paintable Coatings, like BN
Datasheet

Link to PDF datasheet: Supercoat-S

Supercoat W
Description

Supercoat W is a water-based aqueous coating that, after applying, requires a one-time “bake-on” at >= 850 C and then can be used in any atmosphere at or below 850 C.  Supercoat W is best applied by air spraying.  After “bake-on,” a remarkable, flexible, tough coating results that provides protection and electrical insulation.

Key Attributes

Enamel-like Supercoat For Metals Containing Chromium and/or Nickel With Iron  (Not for carbon-steel)

  • Stainless (all varieties, including 304, 310, 316, 430, 439)
  • Haynes Alloy 214
  • Inconel 718
  • “White” Cast Irons HC15 and HC28
  • Ni-Hard Cast Iron
  • H13 Tool Steel

Forms Remarkable, Fantastic, Tough Supercoat That Can Be Used To:

  • Seal Surfaces with an Impervious layer
  • Provide flexible coating
  • Yield electrical insulating coating
  • Allow Thermal Cycling & Air Quenching
Ideal Use
  • Coding/Marking/ID of Parts Being Heat-Treated
  • Permanently-Coloring Parts Through Thermal Cycling
Datasheet

Link to PDF datasheet: Supercoat W

Color Paste
Description

Color Pastes are ready-to-use water-based, totally inorganic, pH-Acidic pastes that allow foundries and molten metal processing facilities to add color to their operations.  Can be used for adding labels, marking, coding, logos or identification to your ceramics with use temperatures up to 800 C and to metals up to 500 C.  Can be applied by trowel, spatula, putty knife, squeegee or, more conventionally, by brush or roller, and even by pressure-fed air-spraying.  Coating is applied and dried at room temperature, and is then ready to be used in a high temperature environment.  Note that thinner coatings generally give the best results. Black, White, Red, Yellow and Blue will mix to make a nearly infinite number of colors.

Key Attributes

• Adherent to most all ceramic materials, withstanding thermal cycles and remaining color stable.

• Forms a tough, abrasion-resistant layer at temperature of 200 C and above

• Minimal outgassing on heatup (H2O and NOx )

• High-temperature stable: does not glaze, melt, run, become tacky or chalk off.

• Easily applied, like house paint

• Water-based; utensils are readily cleaned up with water

Ideal Use
  • Coating any porous or dense ceramic with a distinctive color
  • Coating ceramics or metals with safety messages
  • Providing logo or identification on parts used at high-temperatures
  • Reducing surface dusting/spalling from ceramic parts
Datasheet

Link to PDF datasheet: ZYP Color Pastes