Advanced Coating Solutions provides new generation energy savings and thermal and acoustic solutions that have been proven in demanding marine, industrial and commercial environments.More information on energy saving solutions...
Preventing contact with moisture is the best way to prevent corrosion. Using insulation that can't absorb moisture is another. Unfortunately, fiberglass, rock wool, calcium silicate and other traditional insulations all absorb moisture and promote corrosion. By covering surfaces, they also prevent visual inspection of the substrate. Insulation coating protects surfaces from corrosion while providing insulation value.
Ceramic insulation coating can provide energy savings of 30%-60% depending on ambient temperature, weather conditions and application thickness. Conventional materials cannot be kept dry from rain or free from moisture and high humidity.
Surfaces in the temperature range of 140F will burn bare skin. Insulation coating can be used to reduce skin temperatures allowing companies and their employee's a safer working environment with lower liability concerns and complete visual inspection on all coated lines, tanks or equipment.
From the Arctic to the Persian Gulf to Antarctica, ships are using thin ceramic insulation coatings for primary insulation against heat, cold and humidity. Thin ceramic insulation coatings are accepted by major oil refineries for energy retention and personnel protection on oil tanks, steam lines, LPG tanks, processing lines and other hot equipment. Thin ceramic insulation coating is a proven technology whose time has come.More information on energy saving solutions...
Marine insulation coatings have been proven in extreme operating conditions ranging from the Arctic to the Persian Gulf. We can provide the technical guidance and support based on hands-on application experience and performance history along with finite element analysis-based modeling and extensive performance testing.
Ceramic insulation coating has provided oil and gas companies a proven solution for preventing corrosion under insulation (CUI), personnel protection, energy retention, and anti-condensation while allowing visual inspection of equipment surfaces. Successful applications on surface temps ranging from 40F/4C to 400F/204C include fuel storage tanks, heat exchangers, steam lines, product lines, process towers, compressors, boilers, exhaust ducts, and many others.
Insulation coating eliminates corrosion under insulation (CUI) while allowing visual inspection of equipment surfaces. Insulation benefits cover personnel protection, energy retention, process control, solar heat load reduction and condensation control of sweating surfaces. Application costs are typically lower than traditional materials, especially on uneven surfaces.
Radiant barriers in the form of insulation coatings complement mass-based insulation by combining the strengths of both. Ceramic insulation coatings reflect solar radiation and reduce heat saturation of mass-based material during the summer. Interior surface-based radiant barriers help maintain heat levels during the winter. The hybrid combination of both materials results in a synergy based on leveraging heat retention and the blocking of heat transfer.
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