Anti-heat paint

Can you tell what car exhausts, a barbecue, a boiler or a stove have in common? Besides the fact that they all withstand high temperatures, they have to be painted with a special paint that can withstand so many degrees. This is the antiheat painting.

An antiheat paint is a type of enamel with special resins created especially to resist high temperatures. They resist between 250 and 600 degrees, depending on the type of paint chosen. In addition, this type of paint can be used for both exterior and interior use. Among the colours in which you can find this paint are aluminium and black.

Anti-heat paint is suitable for covering metals such as iron, steel, galvanized and other ferrous materials. That is, all those metals that are composed of iron.

Due to all these characteristics, antiheat paint is used to cover parts that need great protection from high temperatures, such as exhaust pipes, barbecues, stoves, boilers...

Types of antiheat paint

If you need to paint an object that is exposed to high temperatures, the first thing you must make sure is the degrees it will have to withstand. In Lecker's we have two types of antiheat paint and the main difference between both is the degrees they can withstand.

  • Anti-heat resistant aluminium with temperature resistance between 250 and 300 degrees (aluminium colour)
  • Anti-heat resistant aluminium with temperature resistance between 500 and 600 degrees.
  • PRIMALCOAT 200 ANTI-CALORIC (single component paint). This antiheat aluminium paint is designed with a high resistance to chemicals and temperatures up to 350ºC. It is fast drying and has a high coverage. In addition, it is widely used to protect and conceal welding and grindings that are made on galvanized plate.

How to paint objects with heat paint

If what we are going to paint has not been painted before, what you have to do is clean and degrease the surface. Once we have cleaned and degreased it, we apply the enamel directly on the surface. That is to say, it is not necessary to use primer.

If the surface has been painted before, the previous paint or rust is removed. Once we have cleaned the previous remains, we proceed to apply the enamel directly on the surface. As in the previous case, it is not necessary to use primer.

One of the great advantages of this paint is that, although they may lose their shine due to the incidence of heat, they do not lose their protection. In other words, the painted object will continue to be protected even if it has a lower gloss.

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