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Typical Recommendations

For maximum insulation – Internal ceramic, external base ceramic plus Black Satin coatings (CAM4).

For turbo or similar applications we would use BHK, Black Satin as the top coat. Other high temperature rated coatings can be applied.

To prolong the shine of our Cermakrome product we would coat internally also where ever possible.

Where internal coatings of TLHB are applied to castings, two layers are used to ensure complete coverage over the substrate.

Where internal coatings only are required (normally to chrome or stainless finishes) we would specify two coats.

Our coatings are very thin and flexible. Typical thickness for three coats is approximately 80 microns once fully cured. If a ‘like new’ appearance is required then fettling or repairs will need to be done prior to sending in.

Repairs must be carried out with weld or braze. Putty’s and glues will not survive our coating processes.

Any machining work required is best to be completed prior to Camcoat receiving the parts.

We recommend the coatings are applied as close as possible to the date in which the coatings will be used on application. Storing coatings for a long period of time without use can, in some cases, have a detrimental effect on the condition and working life of the coating.


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