Rust-Oleum Heat Resistant Paint 750°C
Condition: New product
For new, bright or shot-blasted steel or well pre-treated coated surfaces such as barbecues, boiler fittings, hot air cannons, exhausts, etc. Heat resistant coatings based on a silicone modified alkyd resin intended for small maintenance jobs and repairs.
Rust-Oleum Heat Resistant Paint 750°C is for new, bright or shot-blasted steel or well pre-treated coated surfaces such as barbecues, boiler fittings, hot air cannons, exhausts, etc. Rust-Oleum Heat Resistant Paint 750°C are heat resistant coatings based on a silicone modified alkyd resin and are intended for small maintenance jobs and repairs.
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.
Features & Benefits
- For continuous temperatures up to 650°C
- For peak temperatures up to 750°C
- For on bare metal or slightly rusted surfaces
- Ideal for engines, heat cannons, pipes, vents, etc.
- To handle after 2 hours (at 20°C)
- Available in black satin-matt and Aluminium colours
- Aerosol or brush/roller version
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.
|Typical Coverage (per coat)||10-12m² per litre|
|Touch Dry||2 Hours|
|Application||Brush, Roller, Spray|
|The figures stated above are approximate. Please ensure you refer to all datasheets for full application information.|
|James Benn on 20/12/2017|
Question: Hi was wondering if this would mix with a possible thinner to allow to spray threw a gun. Cheers
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.
|carol inman on 20/09/2017|
Question: Rustoleum 750 degree will This be ok for multifuel burner casing Thanks
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.
|Lautaro Vargas on 05/06/2017|
Is this food grade, i.e., can this be used on a barbecue spit for the central pole that will hold the food? Thanks.
|Derek shephard on 13/05/2017|
Question: Can I repainted cooking grill on my bbq
No, we don't recommend this is used on surfaces directly in contact with food or flames.
|Carolyne Bell on 20/02/2017|
Question: I have a very rusty metal chiminea, would this be suitable and will it help to stop rusting in the future
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.
|Rachel mcadams on 01/10/2016|
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.
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.
|Richard Taberner on 24/04/2016|
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
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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