Paint Remains White at Elevated Temperatures

The Dampney Company introduces Thurmalox 290-00, a ready-to-use, heat-resistant white paint that is non-yellowing at elevated temperatures for a wide range of coating applications.

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The Dampney Company introduces Thurmalox 290-00, a ready-to-use, heat-resistant white paint that is non-yellowing at elevated temperatures for a wide range of coating applications, the company says.

It is designed to prevent yellowing even when exposed to temperatures as high as 1,200°F, and is suitable for a wide range of industrial, commercial and consumer product applications. According to the company, conventional high-heat white paints yellow at elevated temperatures, while this paint remains white and will not chip, crack or peel.

Designed for vent pipes and other parts exposed to extreme heat, it is suitable for wood stoves, BBQ grills and smokers, chemical plants, refineries and process vent piping, though the paint is not intended for direct contact with flames.

The paint is available in five-gallon pails, gallons, quarts and aerosol spray cans.