In industrial and marine spaces, safety is always the number one concern. We are always on the lookout for ways that we can help make and keep any space clean and safe! Choosing the type of coating you choose on high-temperature surfaces matters.
Sherwin-Williams Heat-Flex® line just came out with their new Heat-Flex® 7000. Their 7000 product is even better when it comes to preventing skin-contact burns and reducing process heat loss and solar heat gain. It not only protects you and your team, but protects your product as well.
So, why use Heat-Flex® 7000?
Heat-Flex® 7000 is specifically formulated to withstand high temperatures, making it suitable for use on surfaces that experience heat stress.
It is commonly used on industrial equipment, pipes, chimneys, exhaust systems and other surfaces that are exposed to elevated temperatures.
The coating offers flexibility. It allows the coating to expand and contract with the substrate during temperature fluctuations, without cracking or peeling.
Heat-Flex® 7000 provides a durable finish that protects surfaces from corrosion, UV rays and other environmental factors.
The coating can be applied using various methods, including brush, roller or spray application. However, the spray method is preferrable. After a proper priming, Heat-Flex® only needs one coat!
When needed, applying touch-ups to any damaged spots is as easy as applying touch-ups to any damaged spots! It requires only a brief visual inspection for damage.
Using a reflective white formulation can help you save on heating and insulation costs.
With over 30 years of experience, our crews have the know-how on how to apply Heat-Flex® 7000 and other coatings for industrial, marine and any other spaces!
Looking to re:fresh your space with Heat-Flex®? Contact re:fab for your free quote, now!
Additional source: Coatings World