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Info needed on High temp powder coat for exhaust systems




Are there any sources for a high temp powder coat for exhausts, and the like? And what would be the best way to cure it?

Zack Alderfer
- Pennsburg, Pennsylvania
2000

Ed. note: Sorry, this RFQ is outdated so private contact is no longer available, but public technical replies are still welcome! No public brand/source suggestions please ( huh? why?)

There's a company called Jet-Hot Coatings, we've used their product on motorcycle racing exhausts for years, less so now that most aftermarket exhausts are produced in stainless. The company claims the coating remains stable at up to 2000 deg F.

Joe Delaney
- Miami Beach Florida
2000



I am looking for a source of supply of high temp. waterbase paint (600° F. Also powder coat as well.

Jack Boisseau
vacuum technologies - Lexington, Massachusetts USA
2000

Ed. note: Sorry, this RFQ is outdated so private contact is no longer available, but public technical replies are still welcome! No public brand/source suggestions please ( huh? why?)




I am looking for a company located in Argentina (preferentially near Buenos Aires) that does hot-jet coatings.

Dr. Roberto B [last name deleted for privacy by Editor]
- Johnston, Iowa, USA
2003

Ed. note: Sorry, this RFQ is outdated so private contact is no longer available, but public technical replies are still welcome! No public brand/source suggestions please ( huh? why?)



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Ed. note: We appended your inquiry to a thread about "Jet-Hot", Dr. B. If we have misunderstood the kind of coating you are looking for, please advice.




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