EA1000

General Description: EA1000 is a phosphate-chromate coating system formulated for the protection of ferrous alloys for high temperature heat oxidation because of its high temperature capabilities, it offers excellent protection when exposed to cyclic high temperatures and corrosive salt environments, continuing to provide sacrificial properties at temperatures to 1200 degrees F. This coating system is a sealer coating that enhances smoothness and extends the long term corrosion protection by retarding sacrificial consumption. EA1000 is mostly used to reduce underhood temperature retaining the heat in the pipe for greater power and efficiency.

Technical Data:

film thickness <1 mil
curing temp 650 degrees F for 1 hr
operating temp. <1200 degrees F
surface finish <45 ra
finish black satin

Recommended For: automotive components

EA2000-C

General Description: EA2000-C is a coating composition formulated for the protection of ferrous alloys from both temperature heat oxidation and offers sacrificial (cathodic) protection to the base metal. Because of its high temperature capabilities, it offers excellent protection when exposed to cyclic high temperatures and corrosive salt environments, continuing to provide sacrificial properties at temperatures to 1200 degrees F. Tests have been conducted using low carbon steel alloys resulting in no loss of weight after several weeks of continuous exposure at 1000 degrees F and no evidence of corrosion after exposure to 5% salt spray for 1000 hours.


Technical Data:

film thickness 1-3 mils
curing temp 650 degrees F for 1 hr
operating temp. <1200 degrees F
finish mat silver

Other Specifications: MIL-C-81751B, TYPE 1, CLASS 4

Recommended For: Ideal for protecting manifolds, headers, and other high-temp components, increase performance by reducing engine-bay temperatures, improve appearance.

EA2000-P

General Description: EA2000-P is a coating composition formulated for the protection of ferrous alloys from both temperature heat oxidation and offers sacrificial (cathodic) protection to the base metal. Because of its high temperature capabilities, it offers excellent protection when exposed to cyclic high temperatures and corrosive salt environments, continuing to provide sacrificial properties at temperatures to 1200 degrees F. Tests have been conducted using low carbon steel alloys resulting in no loss of weight after several weeks of continuous exposure at 1000 degrees F and no evidence of corrosion after exposure to 5% salt spray for 1000 hours.

Technical Data:

film thickness 1-3 mils
curing temp 650 degrees F for 1 hr
operating temp. <1200 degrees F
finish polished silver

Other Specifications: MIL-C-81751B

Recommended For: Ideal for protecting manifolds, headers, and other high-temp components, increase performance by reducing engine-bay temperatures, where a superior high-luster silver appearance is desired.

Color choices:

Black Satin



Grey



Silver Chromed



 

 

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