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Heat Resistant Paints - up to 1200 degrees F, 650 degrees C.

Why Heat Resistant 'Stove' and 'Exhaust' Paints are different to Fire Retardant Paints

Heat Resistant Paints are NOT "Fire Paints". They do not protect the materials under them from Fire. Such paints are called 'Fire Retardant Paints' and only operate once, in a real fire. Such Fire Retardant Paints give off a harmless, inert gas (to stop surface spread of flame) and the Intumescent Fire Paints beneath the top coats swell up to 40 times their original thickness to provide an insulating barrier.

Heat Resistant Paints remain as surface coatings and do not gas or swell up.

IMPORTANT - Heat Resistant Paints will not stop a vulnerable material beneath the paint from heat damage or fire - they just protect themselves from breaking down at very high (stove) temperatures.

Do not rely on Heat Resistant Paints to protect delicate or flammable surfaces (e.g. wood, paper)

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Heat Resisting Paints are suitable for:

1. Providing Heat Resistance on Softwoods, Hardwoods, MDF, Chipboard, Melamine faced sheet, Bamboo, Steel.

2. Interior and Exterior: Heat Resistant surface finishes for doors, decking, bar-tops, panelling, cladding and floors.

3. Application over Painted surfaces, Varnished, Stained and Unpainted surfaces.

4. Stoves, ovens, kitchens, machinery, exhaust systems.

Industrial Stove Paint in bulkStove paint aerosols

Heat Resistant Paints in Bulk Packs or in Aerosols - 400cc - see colour card.

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Paints Supplied in:

1. Spray Cans - 400cc

2. US gallon tins - 3.78 litres

3. De-gassed Spray Cans - we will take the gas out and put the aerosol contents into a tin


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Colours: Clear, Black, White, Red, Yellow, Blue, Silver and Gold, Matt Black - available ex stock for Next Day Delivery.

Finishes: Satin only

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What you really need to know about Heat Resistant Paints:

TYPES OF HEAT RESISTANT PAINTS:

Heat Resistant Spray Paints are used to coat hot items, like car exhaust manifolds, to resist corrosion and give a decorative finish.

Hear Resistant Brushable Paints are used on Stoves, Cookers, Ovens and adjacent to hot areas - fire place cheeks and surrounds, for example.

Stove Paint heat resistant aerosol 400cc

Aerosols and larger brushable tins available.


HEAT RANGE OF OUR PAINTS

STOVE PAINT - 1200F (650C)

Design specifically for wood burning and coal stoves and fire places.


COLOURS

Clear, Black, White, Red, Yellow, Blue, Silver and Gold. Stove Black

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FINISHES

Spray paint - Satin. Stove Paint.


DRYING TIMES

Consult the product container labels - in general base coats require at least 30 minutes to dry between coats. Pre-heat the area or object if possible. Ensure that the surfaces to be painted are warm enough to avoid condensation during the drying times given.


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NOTE - Important - Heat Resistant Paints are NOT "Fire Paints".

Heat Resistant Paints remain as surface coatings and do not gas or swell up.

Heat Resistant Paints do not protect the material beneath the paint from damage or fire - they just protect themselves from breaking down at very high (stove) temperatures.

Do not rely on Heat Resistant Paints to protect delicate or flammable surfaces (e.g. wood, paper)

On the other hand:

Fire Retardant Paints give off a harmless, inert gas (to stop surface spread of flame) and Intumescent Fire paints swell up to 40 times their original thickness to provide an insulating barrier.

'Fire Paint' is a general term rather misleadingly used to cover both Fire Resistant Paint, used as a top coat to protect the Intumescent Paint beneath and Intumescent Paint or Intumescent Varnish, which are both fairly soft coatings used as a primer. Class O and Class 1 are Classifications used regarding fire action on the surface of the paint, whereas 30 Minutes, 60 Minutes and 90 Minutes describe the period of protection given by the underlying Intumescent layers of Intumescent Paint or Intumescent Varnish.

We can provide an Intumescent Paint price based on the thickness of the wood or steel to be protected, and a separate price for the Fire Rated paint used as a top coat, which acts as a retardent fire layer, producing an inert gas to protect itself.


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