Coating Services: emisspro® Coating Technology

emisspro® High emissivity coating material used for applying on the internal surface of furnace walls that results on increasing radiation efficiency. In general, emisspro® high emissivity coating is used to maximize and stabilize the emissivity over varying process temperatures, thus promoting rapid and efficient heat transfer, uniform heating and extended refractory life.

emisspro® is used in high temperature industrial applications such as fired heaters, furnaces and kilns etc. The various substrates are applicable with emisspro® such as firebrick, insulating firebrick, high alumina brick, castable refractory, plastic refractory and ceramic fiber.

emisspro® contains materials capable of absorbing and re‐radiating thermal energy. emisspro® is designed to provide high coating film strength, higher abrasion resistance, good thermal shock resistance, thermal expansion characteristics similar to their intended substrates, and adequate bond strength with the substrate.

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Product features emisspro®

emisspro® contains materials capable of absorbing and re‐radiating thermal energy. emisspro® is designed to provide high coating film strength, higher abrasion resistance, good thermal shock resistance, thermal expansion characteristics similar to their intended substrates, and adequate bond strength with the substrate.

 

 

 

Environmental
Friendly Products     

Texplore’s patented coatings have been designed as environmental friendly products. Our in-house development of coating offers formulations that contain minimum level of hazardous chemicals. In addition, they are water-based with no volatile organic compounds (VOCs) for environmentally safe coating process.

 

Based on the past records, the application of our high emissivity coating can help customer reduce CO2 emission levels up to 6%. The product could turn each valued customer’s typical industrial furnaces to greener combustion resulting in the less fuel gas consumption and less emission of greenhouse gas.