Industrial Coating is a paint used for controlling the corrosion of concrete and steel. It is mainly known for its protective properties, apart from also earning a name for having good aesthetical qualities. It is often used as an intumescent coating for fire resistance. Some very famous polymers are used to make up industrial coating. They include epoxy, polyurethane, fluoropolymer and moisture cure urethane. Industrial Coating comes in multiple forms. These include Zinc, Phosphate, PVD and Nylon.
Thurmalox is a stove paint used for coating substances and protecting them from the wrath of fire. The stiff quality premium coating is most often used on substances for its sheer ability to withstand and endure extreme temperatures. The fast drying heat resistant silicone coating offers immense durability and endures up to 1200 Degrees F. Neither does it allow the fire to inflict blisters, peels or flakes on the substance. Thurmalox enhances stovepipes and stoves, screens, grates, fireplace andirons, gas grills, barbeques and hibachis. It is used on metal structures vulnerable to high temperatures and corrosive environments.
Both have their own importance in different scheme of things. One is used to ensure that corrosion stays away while the other ensures that substances do not get heated up. The commonality is both are two different forms of coating meant to fulfill two very different commitments. Industrial coating and thurmalox coating can often be found used in the same facility, places where a lot of machines are used. The former is applied to prevent machines from getting rusted with the latter being used to ensure in case there is a fire outbreak, substances remain safe and not get heated.
The Thurmalox paint comes in various forms. 70, 70C, 200C, 210, 210C, 218, 219, 225HD, 230, 230C, 240, 242, 245, 245C, 260C, 280C, 837, 2600 etc. are some of the various forms in which this paint is available. The varying models have slightly different features from each other but most are made to fulfill the same goal.