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Spray-on insulation that also prevents corrosion

By Chemical Engineering |

Synavax

Synavax

Heat Shield EPX-H2O (photo) is a two-part water-based reactive prepolymer that provides thermal insulation and corrosion prevention for a wide variety of industrial applications. Designed to withstand harsh conditions and provide a spray-on application with no cladding or covering needed, the coating has the ability to reduce hot surface temperatures to a safe touch range in a thin layer. It also has excellent splash resistance to chemicals, and is resistant to a number of harsh chemicals, including 98% sulfuric acid, ammonia, bleach, bases and fuels. Furthermore, Heat Shield EPX-H2O is also hydrophobic and resistance to mold growth. The patented product can be used on surfaces up to 400°F. — Synavax, Denver, Colo.

www.synavax.com

 

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