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So, driving away sheets of water with the TSA, I sprayed on the wet and rusting pipe. MSDS shows how the material reacts to environment and how to store it properly.

I like aluminum pigmented silicone as a sealer. Intertuerm only recommend sealers when a coating needs good cosmetics and it won’t be covered with insulation. How it works – 1.

That’s why they push me to train more and more applicators, so they can bid against each other and charge some realistic prices. No thanks, I don’t want to hear about offers and services. Does anyone know who I could send some parts to to try it?

Download Now Defense manufacturing is all about project manufacturing and project accounting. The follow up inspections has found this coating to work along the same lines as TSA without the use of Thermal equipment in operating areas. Also note that there is no messy overspray stuck to everything. And when used in fabrication shop applications, it delivers a whole new level of quality control and cost savings to new construction projects. One coat of instantaneously drying TSA is a lot easier.


Radiation — A small amount of UV is generated by the flame, similar to propane torches used for soldering copper pipes. No, it does not. Does the molten spray bounce back?

Can the interthdrm be repaired by coating the surface with a cold spray aluminum and then sending it back through a bright dip anodizing process? Flame spray is easy to permit little to no sparks, smoke, or ontertherm. G’day from an ex ExxonMobil “relative” from Australia Moseley we were sold off a couple of years back Thanks for entering into the discussion.

Intertherm CSA affords excellent resistance to ‘thermal shock’ experienced during rapid temperature cycling, and provides effective protection to steelwork operating under cyclic conditions. Please select either yes or no to receiving news and offers from us.

Fight effects of high heat, CUI with Intertherm® 751CSA

December 1, 6: Is this an overkill in your estimation? As long as rain is not falling on the freshly blasted steel, you can coat it. Take our free online course to learn how to to properly apply and use your MSDS. I shall dig a bit deeper in it.

You might have more luck with an actual engineering metalizing spray process – like the ones utilised in aviation, but still I think with a flawed substrate, you will have a flawed product. They do spray in many confined spaces and tigh areas, like closure welds in pipe racks.


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Anyway, I hope the Singapore project is proceeding well. It went well and we have at least two companies that look promising. Ourselves and a couple of other Petrochem companies in our neck of Australia, have tried to get a local painting contractor largest in the area interested in TSA, but have had varying degrees of dis-interest.

Significant volumes of insulated and uninsulated steelwork can be coated with a single specification, thereby reducing complexity and smoothing the progress of maintenance schedules etc. Aluminimum is anodic to carbon steel, but if the aluminimum has a stable and encompassing oxidised layer, it’s not really sacrificing itself to the more noble substrate in the classic galvanic sense.

It somehow appears to be a trumped up application, perhaps trying to pull some coals under their cooking bowl, from under the hot TSA. CSA is aluminum particles applied in a supersonic inert gas stream such that cold welding to the substrate occurs.

I train applicators to arc spray offsite.