Fire- and heat-resistant coating

  • 06-Jul-2010 12:13 EDT
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A high-performance fire- and heat-resistant coating from AkzoNobel Aerospace Coatings is now available in the global range. The coating, ref 64C1-2-A coating, is typically applied to aircraft engine nacelles, components, and assemblies that can be regularly exposed to temperatures up to 315°F but can survive peak exposure to 1500°F for 15 min. With good thermal stability and low thermal conductivity, this product is well suited for adhesive-bonded assemblies in high-temperature areas where adhesive deterioration might otherwise occur. The spray-on coating is applied directly onto the structure and can either be allowed to cure at room temperature or force cured. This makes it particularly useful for assemblies with complicated configurations at thicknesses up to 1 in or more. Another key property is its ability to provide backside wall temperature control (when applied to the backs of surfaces that are exposed to heat), even at low density. The coating is qualified to Boeing specification BMS 10-102, Type I, Class 1, Grade 25.

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