Heat-reflective coatings

  • 30-Sep-2011 04:05 EDT


Lord Corp.’s heat-reflective coatings (HRCs) are designed for use on automotive suspension systems. The cost-effective HRCs reflect radiant heat and provide protection against ozone and fluids, such as oil and gas, reducing degradation rate of automotive elastomeric components and lengthening service life. With applications for exhaust hangers, engine mounts, body mounts, constant velocity boots, transmission mounts, cam covers, exhaust intake manifolds, and valve covers, Lord HRCs have the ability to withstand harsh environmental conditions. In addition, the HRCs enable the bulk of the part to be produced with low-cost materials then coated with HRC for environmental resistance.

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