Jotun launches new Thermosafe range providing better corrosion protection
Jotun, one of the world’s leading global paints and coatings provider, today launches the unique Thermosafe range, enabling customers operating at higher temperatures, with enhanced safety, efficiency and productivity, the company said in its press release.
With the long life of a coating system and effective protection of facility assets growing in importance, Thermosafe was developed to enhance operational efficiency, cut costs, reduce maintenance and increase on-site safety. Thermosafe compromises five products created to suit specific extreme environments – including temperature ranges from -196C to 1000C, thermal exposure, corrosion, fire, cryogenic spills and heat enabling better corrosion protection and reduced maintenance needs.
This is clearly demonstrated across the Thermosafe range. For example, Jotatemp 250 provides anti-corrosive protection for continuous operations of up to 250 degrees, providing optimal cost efficiency for customers operating within this threshold. However, those with the potential to experience anything from the lowest liquid gas temperatures up the extremes of burning hydrocarbons can choose Jotatemp 1000 Ceramic for optimum protection up to 1000 degrees.
The full Thermosafe range, which also features mesh free epoxy passive fire protection (PFP) solutions and thermal insulation for cryogenic spills, safeguards against a comprehensive spectrum of threats, from thermal exposure, to corrosion, fires and heat.
The Thermosafe range consists of:
Jotatemp 250 – Anti-corrosive protection at continuous temperatures up to 250 degrees
Jotatemp 540 Zinc – Offering both barrier and galvanic protection for temperatures higher than 120 degrees
Jotatemp 1000 Ceramic – Heat resistant corrosion protection for extreme high temperature environments up to 1000 degrees
Jotachar 1709 – Mesh free epoxy PFP against hydrocarbon pool fire for up to four hours
Jotatherm TB550 – Thermal insulation for cryogenic spill protection and heat reduction