Ceramabind 643-1 Now Used To Produce High Temperature Coatings

Ceramabind 643-1 is an inorganic, water-dispersed, potassium silicate binder that resists temperatures to 3000 ºF (1650 ºC) and is ideal for formulating high temperature adhesives and coatings.

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Valley Cottage, NY - Aremco's Ceramabind™ 643-1 is an inorganic, water-dispersed, potassium silicate binder that resists temperatures to 3000 ºF (1650 ºC) and is ideal for formulating high temperature adhesives and coatings. It is mixed easily with a wide range of oxide and metallic powders into an inert, electrically, chemically and wear resistant material that will not outgas under ultra high vacuum (UHV). Setting at room temperature for 1–2 hours then heating to 200, 350 and 500 ºF for 1 hour each, respectively, cures mixtures. Cleanup is accomplished easily using warm water. Ceramabind™ 643-1 is used typically to formulate corrosion protective coatings for high temperature metal structures including rotary calciners, boilers and heat exchangers, and producing chemically resistant adhesives and patching compounds. Ceramabind™ 643-1 is available from stock in pint, quart, gallon and five-gallon drums.

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