Intertherm CSA is a novel high performance coating that is applied using standard application equipment and cures effectively at ambient temperatures. Product Name: Intertherm CSA Grey Aluminium Part A Product Code: HTA Language: English Regulation: GHS/CLP Manufacturer: International Paints. Product Name: Intertherm CSA ALUMINIUM PART A. Product Code: HTA Language: English. Regulation: GHS/CLP. Manufacturer: International Paint.

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Intertherm 751CSA

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I assume you mean can it be done in bad weather? Download Now Defense manufacturing is all about project manufacturing and project accounting.

Fight effects of high heat, CUI with Intertherm® CSA – BIC Magazine

Please select either yes or no to receiving news and offers from us. No thanks, I don’t want to hear about offers and services. It somehow appears to be a trumped up application, perhaps trying to pull some coals under their cooking bowl, from under the hot TSA.

At those rates, CSA doesn’t stand much of a chance IF it’s feasible to do insitu and can get past the JSA and permitting issues of a live petrochem plant.

Usually applicators wear tinted safety glasses. MSDS includes information such as melting point, boiling point, and flash point of a hazardous material.

Intertherm CSA is a novel high performance coating that is applied using standard application equipment and cures effectively at ambient temperatures.

Promoting, selling, recruiting, coursework and thesis posting is forbidden. I note that Australian petrochem companies are agreeing that TSA is world’s best practice for CUI prevention and mitigation, but I don’t see many dedicated TSA mobs in the low cost vain you talk about popping up – so there’s still a reluctance to use it from what I can gather.


I also point out to them that the dust from blasting is much greater than the dust from flame spray. The Eng-Tips staff will check this out and take appropriate action. December 1, 6: This layer is very thin, only a few molecules, and it doesn’t need much EMF to get it to conduct. That does bounce of is mostly AlO2.

Does anyone have any further experiences with International’s CSA?? Surfaces received Sa 2. Complete a full risk assessment for your workplace so that you can map out all the hazards into a single comprehensive COSHH assessment. That’s why they push me to train more and more applicators, so they can bid against each other and charge some realistic prices. The aluminum wire just gets soft enough to be atomized by compressed air and then directed to the substrate. Reasons such as off-topic, duplicates, flames, illegal, vulgar, or students posting their homework.

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Explosion — Fine aluminum dust accumulation in intertyerm spaces may create an explosive concentration; however the combustion spray process dust is minimal and mostly larger granules. Can the substrate be repaired by coating the surface with a cold spray aluminum and then sending it back through a bright dip anodizing process?


Back to Search Results. G’day from an ex ExxonMobil “relative” from Australia Moseley we were sold off a couple of years back Thanks for entering into the discussion. I strongly believe that health and safety is the responsibility of every single employer. I still have intfrtherm contacts and could probably speak with someone who could give me direct info about that experience. The seems to be the more mature of the two. You might have more luck with an actual engineering metalizing spray process – like the ones utilised in aviation, but still I think with a flawed substrate, you will have a flawed product.

There are two products in their range: I was wondering what experiences folks had with the product? Perhaps they fear what they don’t understand? In an operating plant, we only use the flame spray process, and never arc spray.

As far as I know, no other paint mob has a similar product that claims to fill the ontertherm between current painting technologies and TSA. The coating porosity, if unsealed, collects all kinds of dirt, acid rain, bird droppings, etc, if not sealed. The follow up inspections has found this coating to work along the same lines as TSA without the use of Thermal equipment in operating areas.

They’re saying that CSA intwrtherm the gap between thermally sprayed aluminimum which I think is becoming the best practice leader for CUI mitigation and high temperature resistant under insulation coatings.