Coo-Var Heat Resistant Satin Black Enamel
Coo-Var Heat Resistant Black Enamel is a high quality enamel for use at temperatures up to 600 deg c indirect heat. May be used as a single coat for fire surrounds, radiators, hot pipes and more.
- Heat resistant paint
- Great heat resistance
- Apply direct
- Fast drying time
- Satin finish
- Great for domestic use
- Low sheen
Coo-Var Heat Resistant Black Enamel is a high quality enamel for use at temperatures up to 600 deg c indirect heat. Coo-Var Heat Resistant Black Enamel is ideal for use in areas prone to heat. May be used as a single coat for fire surrounds, radiators, hot pipes and more. Excellent for domestic use.
IMPORTANT - See remarks on painting / curing process.
Ensure all surfaces are clean, dry and free from grease, oil and any other contaminates. Bare steel should be free from dust, rust and scale. Blast cleaning to SA 2½ is recommended. If blast cleaning is impractical, mechanical cleaning should be employed as hand cleaning does not clean the steel to the required degree.
Any oil or grease should be removed with CooVar Universal Degreaser before de-rusting. Where blast cleaning is carried out after assembly, special attention must be paid to edges, corners, nuts, bolts, welds etc. Welds should, if necessary be ground and all weld spatter, slag etc. must be removed.
As dictated by normal good painting practice. In confined spaces, provide adequate ventilation during application and drying.
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 assosiated with the initial cure.
Please contact Rawlins Paints' Technical Support Team on 0113 2455450 for more information.
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.
- Water / Solvent Based
- For Use On
- Application Method
- Brush, roller
- Standard / Ready Mixed
- Single, Two or Three Pack
- Pack Size
- 12m² per litre
- Recommended Thinner/Cleaner
- Thinners 16
- Solids by Volume
- Touch Dry
- 10-20 Mins
- UN Number
|Duncan on 2019-10-12 12:26:53|| |
Would this product be suitable for painting the glazed tiles surrounding my open fireplace? Thanks
Please refer to our Blog Post: Painting the Walls around a Fireplace or Multi Fuel Stove
|Vicki on 2019-01-13 13:34:18|| |
Can I use Coo Var on heat resistant boarding surrounding a multi fuel stove? (approx 8" away from stove). Thank you
Coo-Var Heat Resistant Satin Black Enamel MAY be suitable but it should be noted that it is heat resistant not fire resistant and we also assume it is not an open fire. Finally although it would appear dry, full properties are only obtained when heated above 220°C so some areas may never be fully cured if it the surfaces do not reach this temperature.
|Stuart Anderson on 2018-12-22 21:38:39|| |
Can I use this inside an electric fan oven where the enamel ha chipped off?
|Hannah on 2018-10-10 16:51:04|| |
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 2018-04-10 15:28:53|| |
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 2017-03-07 06:44:17|| |
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 2017-03-05 19:51:36|| |
Question: Hi, can this be painted over an existing enamel finish? I'm looking to spruce up a wood-burning stove. Thanks.
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 2016-04-12 09:55:04|| |
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.