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High temperature Engine & Brake Caliper Paint



A discussion started in 1999 & continuing through 2017

(1999)

Q. I am looking for a high temperature paint to use in the engine compartment and on the brake calipers of a 2000 Nissan Maxima show vehicle. But, I am looking for certain shades of purple. Someone online told me to visit a Dupont Paint store and they would be able to mix whatever color I wanted. But, in "high temperature" as well?

PATRICK MICHAEL
ADVERTISING - LAS VEGAS, NEVADA


Hi-Temp Red Paint

A. Patrick,

If you have not already sorted this problem out suggest you try Plasti-kote Hot Paint which is a spray can product good up to 1500 °C

John Jones
- U.K.


(2001)

Q. In response to the purple engine paint- I am looking for the same to do my Honda. Where can I get this Plasti-kote Hot Paint? None of the high heat paints come in the purple.

Tammy Reichelt
- Berlin, New York


(2002)

A. VHT specializes in high temperature paint [linked by editor to product info at Amazon]. We have a specific aerosol formula for brake calipers, as well as engine blocks.

Keith Watkins
- Scottsdale, Arizona


Brake caliper paint (purple)

May 29, 2012

Purple it is =>

Regards,

Ted Mooney, finishing.com Teds signature
Ted Mooney, P.E. RET
finishing.com
Pine Beach, New Jersey



Suitable Blue Paint for High Temperature 450°C

September 12, 2017

Q. We make valves that need to resist surface temperatures of 450 °C in insulated covers and we prefer to have the paint color which is attractive -- like Blue for example

It should also have high degree of corrosion resistance up to 450 °C and also heat resistance.

Dattatray Kuvalekar
designer - India



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