Innovative Coatings Technology

HPC™ & HSC™ Coating

Hot Surface Coating (HSC): Medium Temperature Coating
Hot Pipe Coating (HPC): High Temperature Coating

Both HSC and HPC are ceramic based, water borne insulating coatings that are used to coat over high temperature surfaces. HSC is a medium temperature coating used to coat over surfaces that load up to 350° F. HPC is a high temperature coating used to coat surfaces that load up to 700° F. HSC and HPC provide protection that surpasses conventional insulation for pipes, furnaces, boilers etc.

HSC and HPC are designed to control heat transfer by providing a non-conductive block so there is no natural transfer of heat from warm to cold.

The HSC and HPC insulation method is superior to traditional "wrap" insulation materials that only slow down the loss of heat or heat transfer. HSC and HPC contain several ceramics compounds that create a barrier to catch and hold heat on the surface for more effective insulation performance. HSC and HPC can be brushed or sprayed therefore they will fit perfectly over any configuration.

Benefits of HSC and HPC:

  • Easy to Apply - Apply directly to hot surfaces while operating with brush, roller, or airless sprayer to any configuration
  • Increased Insulation - Additional coats immediately reduce surface temperature and loss of heat creating energy savings
  • Long Lasting - Does not absorb moisture or lose insulation value
  • Safe - Coating is non-flammable and non-toxic
  • Stops condensation - Helps eliminate Corrosion Under Insulation (CUI) by blocking heat loss

Illustrates HPC used on a steam turbine.  Original temperature exceeded 550F. After application turbine met OSHA standards leveled off at approximately 112F after heat rollover.
Illustrates HPC used on a steam turbine. Original temperature exceeded 550°F.
After application turbine met OSHA standards leveled off at approximately
112°F after heat rollover.