High Temperature Coatings for Ceramics, Glass and Quartz
Quartz-Coat™ 845 applied to specialty lamp.
Single part, waterborne, silicon-filled, phosphate-bonded, brown-black coating for glass and quartz to
2000 °F (1093 °C). Primarily used for marking ceramic parts and coating automotive headlamps, stadium lighting and quartz vessels for the semiconductor industry. Standard viscosity is 200-400 cP; a higher viscosity coating, 845-HV, in the range of 500-800 cP is available upon request. Additional colors below are offered.
Glass-filled adhesive/sealer for use with porous ceramics and refractories to 1150 °F (620 °C).
Glass-filled adhesive/sealer for use with porous ceramics and refractories to 1500 °F (816 °C).
Glass-ceramic filled, white reflective coating for glass and quartz to 1500 °F (816 °C).
Aluminum-filled coating for application over black top coated headlamps to 1020 °F (550 °C).
Aluminum-filled coating for application directly over uncoated headlamps to 1020 °F (550 °C).
White reflective coating for use on mercury vapor lamps and other high temperature glass and quartz components to
1200 °F (649 °C).
Aremco-Seal, Ceramacoat, Fiber-Bond, HiE-Coat, Quartz-Coat