Coo-Var Heat Resistant Satin Black Enamel
Coo-Var Heat Resistant Satin Black Enamel is a high quality, black paint for use at temperatures up to 600°C indirect heat.
- Great heat resistance
- Apply direct
- Fast drying time
- Satin finish
- Great for domestic use
- Low sheen
Coo-Var Heat Resistant Satin Black is a high quality enamel paint for use at temperatures up to 600°C indirect heat. Coo-Var Heat Resistant Satin Black is ideal for use in areas prone to heat.
- Fire surrounds
- Hot pipes
- And more!
Apply by brush, roller or aerosol.
Brush wash/thinners – White spirit
12 hours or overnight
Recommended Dried Film Thickness Per Coat: 35-40 microns
Recommended Wet Film Thickness Per Coat: 80 microns
Estimated coverage: 12m2/litre
Dry film only cures fully after heating to above 220°C for 20-30 minutes. Some fume or light generation is associated with initial cure.
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.
|The figures stated above are approximate. Please ensure you refer to all datasheets for full application information.|
|Hannah on 10/10/2018|
I presume from the picture that this paint can be used on the outside of a wood burning stove?
Yes it can assuming temperatures won't exceed 600°C, please see remarks on painting / curing process in the product data sheet (downloadable from the product page).
|Heather on 10/04/2018|
I have a dimplex "electric stove" heater i use at work, it has small grill on the front that is black and over time the heat passing thru it has worn the paint away. Would this paint work to cover that affected area? I don't want to start a fire by using incorrect paint to fix it.
Coo-Var Heat Resistant Satin Black should be fine for this as the exposure temp is 600°C.
|Jennifer on 07/03/2017|
Question: Can this paint be used inside and outside of an oven door?
Yes, but it must not be in direct contact with flames and not exceed 650°C.
Please also note: The dry film only fully cures after heating, slowly, to above 220°C for 20 to 30 minutes. Unless fully cured the film remains thermoplastic and sensitive to some solvents. The film may be cured in-service, some fume and light smoke generation is associated with the initial cure.
|Paul on 05/03/2017|
Question: Hi, can this be painted over an existing enamel finish? I'm looking to spruce up a wood-burning stove.
Coo-Var Heat Resistant Satin Black can be applied over other enamels as long as they are also heat resistant. Clean and lightly abrade to provide a key before over coating.
|Evelyn Kaplan on 12/04/2016|
Question: Can I apply heat resistant paint directly to my wood burning stove?
Yes on any areas that are not subject to direct flame contact and remain below 600°C.
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