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  • High Temperature Coatings
    High Temperature Coatings. Compiling the latest information in coating materials technologies, this practical guide demonstrates how to counteract the thermal effects of rapid corrosion and degradation of exposed materials and equipment that can occur under high temperatures.
  • High Temperature Coatings Explained for Engineers and Manufacturers
    High temperature coatings are uniquely formulated to withstand specific temperature ranges. Engineers and manufacturers should know the basic principles of coatings technology and high temperature coatings to make decisions about the coatings for their product lines. This article covers the basics
  • Learn How Extreme High Temperature Coatings Prevent Component Failure at 800F - 1200+F
    A component is at higher risk of corrosion if it operates at extreme temperatures and is not protected by a coating or other corrosion-preventing barrier. Many systems include components subjected to extreme temperatures, such as components adjacent to combustion, exhaust, braking or friction
  • How do High Temperature Powder Coatings for Exhaust Systems Work?
    Powder Coated Tough called on FORREST Technical Coatings Coatings Research Chemist Dr. Sasha Tavenner Kruger, Ph.D. to write a feature article for their July 2020 extreme temperature powder coatings issue about high temperature powder coatings for motorized vehicle exhaust systems. High heat paint
  • High Tech Coatings and High Touch Service
    From industrial paint for the Pacific Northwest to high temperature paint and high temperature powder coatings for global heat resistant paint customers, FORREST Technical Coatings provides personalized service and custom coatings. When you choose FORREST Technical Coatings, our technical sales
  • Application Note: Pyrometer Temperature Measurement in CAL/CGL Coating Lines
    Accurate temperature measurements are essential on annealing, galvanizing and coating lines, and on electrical/silicon steel processing lines, to ensure high-product quality and optimise process efficiency.
  • New Breed of Release Coatings Withstand Extreme Temperatures, Increase Production Rates
    Despite several decades of advances in materials science and coating formulations, engineers are still searching for release coatings able to withstand temperatures above 500° F and finding that traditional polymer coatings are not up to the task. To meet the demands of high-temperature conditions
  • Engine Header Coating Comparison
    Coatings on high-temperature exhaust manifolds and headers have been shown to increase engine performance in some racing applications. Are all coatings equal? What is the effect of having this procedure done on exhaust components? Three different coated tubular headers have been put to the test

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  • Thermal Spray Fundamentals
    … ceramics by water quenching [15.T12] FORD FLTM BI 107-05 Revision/Edition: 09 Chg: Date: 02/03/09 Thermal shock for coating adhesion [15.T13] JDQ149 Revision/Edition: 02 Chg: Date: 06/27/02 Tests for thermal shock resistance of high temperature coatings [15.T14] ASTM C …
  • Surface Modification Technologies XIV
    Electrolytic Deposits on Stainless Steel as High Temperature Coatings .
  • Plasma-Spray Coating
    Evolution of high temperature coatings for gas turbines [12]: HT = high temperature, PS = plasma spray.
  • Self Healing Materials
    Fig. 6 Weight change per unit of area as a function of the cycle number in a thermal cycle test of different alloys for high temperature coatings (cf. Table 1); one undoped β-phase alloy, the other alloys were doped with 0 …
  • Chemical Vapor Deposition
    High Temperature Coatings III, TMS .
  • Materials for High Temperature Power Generation and Process Plant Applications
    As examples, within the modern aero gas turbine engine up to 50% of components are surface engineered, with high temperature coatings varying from the relatively simple diffusion aluminised coatings to more exotic (and expensive) thermally sprayed and physical vapour deposited coatings that …
  • High Temperature Surface Engineering
    1. R. STRIEFF: 'Protection of materials by advanced high temperature coatings ', Journal de Phisique TV, 1993, 3, 172.
  • Life assessment of hot section gas turbine components
    N. Czech, F. Kirchner and W. Stamm, 'Life Assessment of Service Stressed High Temperature Coatings by Permeability Measurements', Elevated Temperature Coatings: Science and Technol- ogy II, N.B. Dahotre and J.M. Hampikian eds, TMS, 1996, 361-371 .