Industrial Nanotech Unveils Nansulate ``High Heat'' to Withstand Temperatures Reaching 400 Degrees F
The new coating provides insulation protection from extreme temperatures ranging from -40 degrees F to 400 degrees F (-40 degrees C to 204 degrees C), a revolutionary temperature range for a water-based coating. Industrial applications for such a resistant coating include but are not limited to: Oil refineries, Food-processing plants, and steam pipes and boilers in any industrial environment. Additionally, the Company has increased Nansulate GP and PT's surface temperature range from 212 degrees F to 257 degrees F (100 degrees C to 125 degrees C).
Stuart Burchill, Chief Executive Officer of Industrial Nanotech, Inc., commented, "The launch of our new Nansulate High Heat coating demonstrates Industrial Nanotech's commitment to continually improve its products to meet and exceed the needs of the marketplace. Nansulate High Heat will revolutionize water-based coatings through its ability to withstand such extreme temperature ranges while still providing thermal insulation and corrosion protection to the underlying substrate. Additionally, we have increased the performance capabilities of our existing lines of industrial coatings to withstand higher temperatures continuing our mission to provide superior products to our customers via the use of nanocomposites."
About Industrial Nanotech Inc.
Industrial Nanotech Inc. produces and sells high performance coatings primarily designed for the heavy industry, manufacturing and shipping markets. The Company conducts nanoscience-related research in advanced materials and industrial applications at facilities in New Mexico, Colorado, and New Jersey. Products are available directly from the company or through a rapidly growing worldwide network of exclusive distributors.
For corporate and product information, please visit www.industrial-nanotech.com.
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