NEW PRODUCT: Nanotechnology


High Performance Coatings, Inc. has been formulating coatings that provide increased benefits for higher temperature applications using nano sized particles and chemistries.

The new nano formulated coatings offer increased durability and corrosion resistance by the incorporation and use of the nano materials.

HPC nanotechnology coating S04_G anti-corrosive technology
showcased at SEMA 06.
By using a smaller particulate and chemistries that work on the nano level, increased performance is achieved in our line of coatings.

HPC continues to work in it’s research and development department to provide cutting edge coatings that can perform at the increasing demands of today’s environments. HPC continues to support its role in formulating for various industries that demand performance.

Corrosion Resistance

HPC has reformulated one of its S Series coatings to provide outstanding performance gains in chemical corrosion protection in elevated temperatures. This new formulation has increased the duration in standardized testing against other fluoropolymer coatings, epoxy, and silicone systems by over 4 X.

With the new coating matrix being modified by nano chemistry, the matrix has increased flexibility and can withstand the thermal stresses of changing temperatures. This allows the coating to go further in protecting the substrate material from corrosive attack.

Thermal Barrier Coatings

Coatings provide a barrier that protects against rust and oxidation during hot and cold cycling of parts.

HPC is active in its role of providing thermal barrier coatings for protection of oxidative cycling and increased temperatures engines demand.

New methods for testing evaluation and the development of coatings continue daily in our Research and Development and Engineering laboratory.

With nano particulates and specialized nano chemistry approach, HPC has continued to develop coatings that have very specific orientation and linkage. The formation of these nano compounds gives an increased strength at elevated temperatures, allowing for the thermal protection of various parts.

These barriers are also increased by low thermally conductive materials in the matrix of the coating system. Having a low thermal conductivity does not allow the heat to transfer through the coating.