64C1-2-A is formulated for use as a high temperature insulation coating for environments with continuous exposure to temperatures up to 600°F and as a fire protection barrier. The coating is ideally suited for adhesive bonded assemblies in high temperature areas where adhesive deterioration might otherwise occur. Since it is a sprayable material that cures at ambient temperatures, it may be applied to assemblies with complicated configurations at thicknesses of up to one inch or more. Normally a thickness 1/16 to 1/4” is adequate for thermal and fire protection. A trowelable grade for repair or potting requirements is also available (68C3-1A). 64C1-2-A, and the primer and topcoat, DC1200 and RTV560, are the component coatings of the BMS 10-102 high temperature insulation paint system. All three components are formulated using high temperature resistant silicone resins. All application areas and equipment must be isolated from the areas and equipment used for alternative paint systems. The BMS 10-102 paint system is extremely contaminating to alternative paint systems.
OEM/Specifier & Specs Qualified
BMS 10-102, Ty I, Cl I, Gr 25