• Rust-Oleum Heat Resistant Paint for Cars, Exhausts, BBQs

Rust-Oleum Heat Resistant Paint 750°C

7778

Rust-Oleum Heat Resistant Paint 750°C is for use on new, bright or shot-blasted steel or well pre-treated coated surfaces, intended to provide heat resistancce in touch-up and maintenance applications.

  • For continuous temperatures up to 650°C and peak temperatures up to 750°C
  • For bare metal or slightly rusted surfaces
  • Dry to handle after 8 hours (at 20°C)
  • Available in black satin-matt and aluminium colours
  • Aerosol or brush/roller version


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Description

Rust-Oleum Heat Resistant Paint 750°C is intended for small maintenance jobs and repairs on new, bright or shot-blasted steel, or well pre-treated coated surfaces such as:

  • BBQs
  • Boiler fittings
  • Heat and hot air cannons
  • Exhausts
  • Engines
  • Pipes and vents
  • Small maintenance repairs

Based on a silicone modified alkyd resin, Rust-Oleum Heat Resistant Paint 750°C provides protection up to a dry heat of 750°C (short-term peak load) for applications indoors or in a sheltered outdoor environment. Rust-Oleum Heat Resistant Paint 750°C is self-priming and should not be applied on primers or coatings, which are not heat resistant.

Please contact Rawlins Paints' Technical Support Team on 0113 2455450 for more information.



Product Specification


TECHNICAL DATA
Density: 1015: 1,1 (kg/l) / 1078: 1,36 (kg/l)
Gloss Level: Matt
Corrosion Class: N / A
Heat Resistance: Standard 600°C (dry heat) / Short term peak 750°C (dry heat)

 

DRYING TIMES (AT 20°C/RH 50%)
Touch dry: 2 hours
Dry to handle: 8 hours
Dry to recoat: 24 hours
Fully cured: 24 hours after the minimum service temp of 150°C is reached. Gradually heat the coating to 150°C (max.50°C/hour)

 

Recommended Wet Film Thickness

85 μm

Recommended Dry Film Thickness

35-40 μm

Theoretical Consumption

10-12 m² per litre at 35 - 40 μm dry

Practical Consumption

Practical coverage depends on many factors such as porosity and roughness of the substrate and material losses during application.



Preparation & Application


To ensure homogeneity, coating materials should be thoroughly stirred prior to use.

Application Conditions

Only apply if the air and surface temperatures are between 5 and 35°C and the relative humidity is less than 85%.

The temperature of the coated surface must be at least 3°C above the dew point.

Application by Brush or Roller

No thinning. Use shorthaired polyamide (perlon 8 - 12 mm) rollers

Cleaning of Equipment/Spills

With RUST-OLEUM thinners 7301.

SAFETY DATA
VOC level: 1015 (Aluminium): 458 g/l max / 1078 (Black): 416 g/l max
VOC readymix: 1015 Aluminium): 458 g/l max / 1078 (Black): 416 g/l max
VOC category: A/i
VOC limit: 500 g/l

It is your responsibility to read the Product Data Sheets (available below) before you place an order and prior to application of the product. The content of this website is our best recommendation and is not advice. Coverage rates quoted are approximate, you agree that coverage depends on the condition of the substrate, surface absorption, texture and application method. We ALWAYS recommend a trial area is coated to ensure the product meets your requirements before use.

Product Details
7778

Data sheet

Manufacturer
Rust-Oleum
Water / Solvent Based
Solvent
For Use On
Steel
Application Method
Brush, roller, aerosol
Sheen
Matt
Colour
Standard / Ready Mixed
Single, Two or Three Pack
Single
Pack Size
500ml Aerosol, 750ml, 2.5L
Dry to Handle (at 20°C)
8 Hours
Dry to Handle (at 20°C)
8 hours
Dry to Recoat (at 20°C)
24 hours
Coverage
10-12m² per litre
Recommended Thinner/Cleaner
Clean Equipment or Spill With Rust-Oleum Thinners 7301
Density
1015: 1,1 (kg/l) / 1078: 1,36 (kg/l)
Heat Resistance (up-to)
750°C
Heat Resistance (up-to)
Standard 600°C (dry heat) / Short term peak 750°C (dry heat)
VOC
1015: 458 g/l max / 1078: 416 g/l max
Shelf Life (from date of manufacture)
2 years from date of production in unopened cans, if stored in dry, well ventilated areas, not in direct sunlight at temperatures between 5° and 35°C.
Touch Dry
2 Hours
UN Number
Not regulated
Attachments
Download


Customer agrees that before placing an Order, Customer has read and understood the most up to date Product Data Sheet for the Product. Where we have access to the Product Data Sheet from the manufacturer, we will either provide a copy on request, or include a link to the Product Data Sheet available on the manufacturer’s website. Customer further agrees that we have no liability for any errors or omissions contained within the Product Data Sheets. For more information, please see our Terms & Conditions of Sale.


questions Ian on 2020-05-25 13:10:22
Question: 

I have a shed with a sheet metal roof covering over a wood roof. The shed is sited near to the combo boiler exhaust. Would Rust-Oleum Heat Resistant 750 be suitable for protecting the shed roof from the hot exhaust from the combo boiler exhaust vent?

Answer: 

Assuming application is to the underside of the roofing sheet and fire protection is not a requirement. If the substrate is bare steel or previously pretreated with a heat resistant coating, sound, dry and abraded, this product would resist heat upto 650°C in this application.

questions Viks on 2020-03-27 17:29:52
Question: 

Hey I have a rusty chimnea and rusty bbq can I use this paint directly on top of the rust or do I need to brush it off first?

Answer: 

All rust would need to be cleaned off by suitable mechanical means prior to application.

questions George on 2020-01-15 12:12:56
Question: 

I want to paint an aluminium heat shield surrounding a woodburner. Would this paint be suitable?

Answer: 

Presuming the aluminium is smooth, providing you abrade the surface slightly before application, Rust-Oleum Heat Resistant Paint 750°C would be perfectly fine.

questions Pierre Smit on 2019-10-28 09:42:57
Question: 

Is this product suitable for the painting of a boiler feed tank where the temperature would be less that 200°F. If not, what type of product would you suggest?

Answer: 

No it wouldn't but as 200F is only 90°C, assuming mild steel and the application to take place onsite with Sa 2.5 or St 3 preparation in no more than a C4 environment you could use PPG SigmaCover 350 (2 coats at 100 microns DFT per coat) followed by PPG SigmaDur 550 in the colour of your choice.

questions simon on 2019-08-27 15:33:50
Question: 

I this paint suitable for painting a metal chimney/flu from a domestic combi boiler which currently has a white gloss finish?

Answer: 

Assuming the white gloss finish is a factory applied powder coating then there are two possibilities;

  1. Degrease and abrade the powder coating to provide a physical key
  2. Remove the powder coating completely to the bare metal surface, then degrease and abrade to provide a profile
questions Stuart Hyslop on 2019-08-22 15:34:40
Question: 

You mentioned in response to a question on high temperature curing that: "Full hardness is achieved 24 hours after the minimum service temp of 150°C is reached. Gradually heat the coating to 150°C (max. 50°C/hour)". Do you have any advice on how to do this practically? Im am planning on using for a domestic DIY project.

Answer: 

Its usually achieved by putting the painted item into use.

questions Rachelle on 2019-04-15 14:59:13
Question: 

Hi, Would this product be suitable to use on the brass surrounding a gas fire!

Answer: 

No, Rust-Oleum Heat Resistant Paint 750°C is intended to be applied on new, bright or shot-blasted steel or well pre-treated coated surfaces such as barbecues, boiler fittings, hot air cannons, exhausts, etc.

We have more information on painting areas surrounding fires on our blog post: Painting the Walls around a Fireplace or Multi Fuel Stove.

questions Jamie on 2019-02-25 07:05:32
Question: 

Will this be suitable to paint directly onto a stainless steel chimnea chimney? Which will be exposed to high temperatures.

Answer: 

Stainless steel would need to be abraded first to aid adhesion, the product will then withstand Standard 600°C (dry heat) / Short term peak 750°C (dry heat).

questions Robert. Taylor on 2019-02-14 09:56:04
Question: 

hi is Rust -oleum heat resistant paint ok for worktops. Thanks.

Answer: 

No, we only recommend Rust-Oleum Worktop Transformation Kit for worktops.

questions Bernard Smith on 2019-02-12 15:43:19
Question: 

Hello, would this be suitable to paint the top of our electric cooker at the back where the original paint is flaking?

Answer: 

No, we do not recommend this for domestic applications on cookers, ovens, microwaves, etc.

questions Jeffrey Manalang on 2019-02-06 08:09:04
Question: 

Hi there! Does the material can be applied to concrete floor like furnace surroundings? Recommended Uses as per the data provided: •BBQs •Boiler fittings •Hot air cannons •Exhausts •Small maintenance repairs Best regards, Jeffrey Manalang

Answer: 

No, this product is not suitable for floor surfaces. If you can provide more details about what you are trying to achieve and the temperatures the floor surfaces may get up to we may have something suitable.

questions Mark Elliott on 2019-01-10 12:45:47
Question: 

I was wondering if this is suitable to be used to paint storage heaters ? If not, can you advise me on which paint can be used ? Thanks

Answer: 

Rust-Oleum Heat Resistant Paint 750°C is a matt finish only available in Black or Aluminium colours. Blackfriar Quick Drying Radiator Paint will take a temperature up to 150°C and is available in a white semi-gloss finish. As we don’t know what actual surface temperature the storage heater will get up to we can’t say for sure if the paint will be OK on any particular storage heater, it could depend on the model, type etc. You will need to check with them manufacturer to find out what the surface temperature of their particular heater will get to during use. If it is below 150°C then Blackfriar Quick Drying Radiator Paint could be used.

questions caroline mackrory on 2019-01-09 17:11:34
Question: 

Please can you advise whether your heat resistant BBQ spray paint is suitable for use inside a domestic oven (to seal/protect bare metal exposed by damaged enamel).

Answer: 

We can confirm it would NOT be suitable for this application.

questions brett on 2018-11-29 12:45:46
Question: 

Can this be applied via spray gun

Answer: 

No, Rust-Oleum Heat Resistant Paint 750°C can only be applied by brush or roller. Blackfriar High-Heat Resistant Paint may be applied by spray. We offer many other heat resistant paints that can be applied by spray, if you have a specific substrate, temperature, environment, etc. then please contact our Technical Team on 0113 2455450 (opt. 2) or [email protected] with your requirements and they will be able to advise you on the best suited product for your application.

questions Sara on 2018-11-26 21:57:37
Question: 

I have a real fire and want to paint the marble hearth and backing and metal surround which is brass. Would this paint be suitable.

Answer: 

No, Rust-Oleum Heat Resistant Paint 750°C is intended to be applied on new, bright or shot-blasted steel or well pre-treated coated surfaces such as barbecues, boiler fittings, hot air cannons, exhausts, etc.

We have more information on painting areas surrounding fires on our blog post: Painting the Walls around a Fireplace or Multi Fuel Stove.

questions Stewart on 2018-11-24 14:52:00
Question: 

Could this be used to paint cast iron pan rests on a hob?

Answer: 

Rust-Oleum Heat Resistant Paint 750°C is intended primarily as an industrial coating, due to this fact we would not recommend its use on your project as it has not been tested for such use nor has it been submitted for such approval.

questions Guillem on 2018-10-09 11:03:24
Question: 

Hello, I just ordered a Rust-Oleum Heat Resistant Paint 750°C to paint the exhaust of my van, it's a bit rusty already so I would like to protect it. Is it ok? I just read the datasheet (I know a bit to late) and I'm not sure if it's suitable . It says applications for for applications indoors or in a sheltered outdoor environment so is why I'm not sure. Can you please confirm if it's ok? If not I'd like to cancel the order. Thanks

Answer: 

Rust-Oleum Heat Resistant Paint 750°C provides high heat resistance (in excess of 100°C), and in such environments (heavier duty) corrosion is not normally envisaged. So in that respect it may not resist corrosion for longer periods as we imagine an exhaust is likely to be subjected to moisture and salts from the roads, both of which will encourage corrosion. However, products which will offer better corrosion protection may well fail as a result of the high heat exposure – depending on what temperatures will actually be present on the exhaust.

questions Mai Van Dang company on 2018-09-05 03:51:01
Question: 

I need a black paint for painting motorcycle exhaust, with a drying temperature of 250 to 280 degrees and a minimum of 550 degrees without paint damage.Please give me more information. Thanks!

Answer: 

Full hardness is achieved 24 hours after the minimum service temp of 150°C is reached. Gradually heat the coating to 150°C (max. 50°C/hour). The cured coating will then have a heat resistance of standard 600°C (dry heat) / Short term peak 750°C (dry heat).

questions Stewart on 2018-06-05 18:08:55
Question: 

Can I paint the housing of an already painted 300W fresnel light with this? (I want to convert my Blue ARRI lights to Black: http://www.arri.com/lighting/tungsten/arri_fresnel_tungsten/arri_300_plus/)

Answer: 

From the link provided it appears these are manufactured using non-ferrous metals, and presumably the blue appearance is achieved with an (unknown) coating type. So, as long as this surface was degreased and lightly abraded, we would expect Rust-Oleum Heat Resistant Paint 750°C to be suitable.

questions Clive Bishop  on 2018-04-30 16:53:10
Question: 

Have you a paint that I can use inside a cast iron kettle? The original enamel has chipped, I have treated the rust with a phosferic acid.

Answer: 

No, we don't have any products suitable for this application.

questions Toby Gorwood on 2018-04-26 09:24:05
Question: 

Can I use this inside a fireplace (on masonary)

Answer: 

Assuming the 'masonry' is bare and not previously painted, yes the Rust-Oleum Heat Resistant Paint 750°C could technically be applied, however it won't be the most decorative finish as it is a solvent based product intended for application to metal.

questions Eric on 2018-04-17 17:01:22
Question: 

Most paints like this I have found require curing at a high temperature before use. Is that required here?

Answer: 

Full hardness is achieved 24 hours after the minimum service temp of 150°C is reached. Gradually heat the coating to 150°C (max. 50°C/hour)

questions kev  on 2018-03-31 09:42:10
Question: 

Hi, would rust-oleum silver heat- resistance paint be ok to put on a laminated kitchen worktop

Answer: 

No, the only product we offer suitable for application to kitchen worktops is Rust-Oleum Worktop Transformation Kit.

questions James Benn  on 2017-12-20 05:30:15
Question: Hi was wondering if this would mix with a possible thinner to allow to spray threw a gun. Cheers
Answer: 

No, Rust-Oleum Heat Resistant Paint 750°C can only be applied by brush or roller and must not be thinned. Blackfriar High-Heat Resistant Paint may be applied by spray, but again must not be thinned.

questions carol inman on 2017-09-20 19:31:26
Question: Rustoleum 750 degree will This be ok for multifuel burner casing Thanks
Answer: 

As long as it is bare steel, does not exceed continuous temperatures up to 650°C (peak temperatures up to 750°C) and is not in direct contact with flames. Test a small area first to be sure of compatibility and finish.

questions Lautaro Vargas  on 2017-06-05 12:02:46
Question: Hi, Is this food grade, i.e., can this be used on a barbecue spit for the central pole that will hold the food? Thanks.
Answer: 

No.

questions Derek shephard on 2017-05-13 17:10:14
Question: Can I repainted cooking grill on my bbq
Answer: 

No, we don't recommend this is used on surfaces directly in contact with food or flames.

questions Carolyne Bell on 2017-02-20 18:16:33
Question: I have a very rusty metal chiminea, would this be suitable and will it help to stop rusting in the future
Answer: 

Rust-Oleum Heat Resistant Paint 750°C is suitable for indoor or sheltered outdoor environments. The rusted surface will need to be thoroughly prepared to remove all loose and flaking rust and ensure a clean, dry surface to paint. Apply 2-3 coats of Rust-Oleum Heat Resistant Paint 750°C, this will help with the future protection of the chimnea to a degree but its primary function is not to be a corrosion resistant coating but to withstand high temperatures.

questions Rachel mcadams  on 2016-10-01 18:11:28
Question: Hi I'm looking to tiles on a fire surround and hearth. Would your heat resistant paint be appropriate? Would it require any specific primer? We currently use the open fire.
Answer: 

Rust-Oleum Heat Resistant Paint 750°C would not be suitable but Zinsser Bulls Eye 1-2-3 followed by Zinsser Perma-White Interior would be. We assume the areas you will be painting won't get too hot (not above 80-90°C). This system would provide a non-yellowing finish and if any sparks land on the painted surface they will mark the paint but it won’t catch light.

questions Richard Taberner on 2016-04-24 15:14:43
Question: Hi, I am looking for a heat resistant paint that I can use on my kettle drum BBQ. It seems most paints need to be cured after application. I cannot do this because the BBQ is too large. Do you have a paint I can use that does not need curing or can you advise how I might treat the item after painting. Thanks in advance
Answer: 

Most heat resistant paints will have reduced durability until they have been put into service for the first time. Most products like Rust-Oleum Heat Resistant Paint 750°C don't need any special treatment to be carried out to cure them they just simply need to be put into use. So in your instance what the products are explaining is that you might find the paint can be easily marked or scratched until after the first use of the BBQ. Using the BBQ for the first time will 'cure' the paint and increase the paints durability. 

  

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