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High Temperature Black Coating for Furnaces, Heaters & Incinerators

August 10, 2021


High-emissivity coating systems (such as high temperature black coating) have been identified as a means of improving energy efficiency and product quality when they are applied to refractory linings of industrial furnaces. Some furnaces, incinerators and heaters have been in service for over 20 years, however over time thermal coatings can fail due to thermal …

High Temperature Black Coating for Furnaces, Heaters & Incinerators

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Thermally Conductive Adhesives from Aremco

July 26, 2021


Adhesives with high thermal conductivity are known as thermally conductive adhesives, and are frequently used to dissipate heat from power electronics. These adhesives are synthetic resins or inorganic binders which are augmented with metallic or ceramic filler materials. The best thermal conduction coefficients are achieved using metallic fillers such as silver or nickel. However, these …

Thermally Conductive Adhesives from Aremco

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Choosing the Best High-Temperature Epoxies

July 20, 2021


Here are some key questions you should ask when choosing high-temperature epoxies for tough specialty bonding and potting …

Choosing the Best High-Temperature Epoxies

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Pyro-Paint™ 634-ZO Coats Induction Heating Coils

October 23, 2015


Pyro-Painttm 634-ZO, a new high temperature, zirconium oxide refractory coating developed by Aremco Products, Inc., is now used to insulate induction heating coils and extend the life of ceramic, graphite and metal crucibles and molds use in foundry applications to 3270 ºF (1800 …

Pyro-Paint™ 634-ZO Coats Induction Heating Coils

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Ceramabond™ 571: Ceramic Adhesive to Bond Thermocouples to High Temperature Heater

September 17, 2015


Ceramabond™ 571, a new high temperature magnesium oxide based ceramic adhesive manufactured by Aremco Products, Inc., is now used to bond thermocouples to high temperature molybdenum-rhenium heater tubes for applications to 3200 ºF (1760 …

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