Posted by peter carter (22.214.171.124) on 11:11:50 02/02/05
In Reply to:Internal Coating of a Stack posted by Raghav
: Dear Gordon,
: What kind of arc spray coating would you suggest for internal coating of an exhaust stack, the temperature for which is between 100 deg C to 200 deg C.
: S02 and NOX are both present in the environment.
: SO2 - 2.98 P.P.M
: NOZ - 3.59 P.P.PM
: 140 deg C is tried to be maintained constantly. But when that does not happen and the temperature drops, the moisture mixes with the gases forming diluted H2SO4 AND HNO3.
: What kind of an arc spray coating would you suggest and is sealant required ? If yes What is the kind of sealant that is recommended.
: What is the life that can be expected of the coating ?
Not sure if I can join in but we supply an internal exhaust coating called Tech Line TLHB which has been well proven up to much higher temperatures
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