UPS 225 HT

High Temperature Ceramic

UPS 225 HT High Temperature Ceramic is designed to upgrade the performance of conventional materials of construction and in particular, to protect equipment operating in contact with water and aqueous / hydrocarbon mixtures against erosion / corrosion at elevated temperatures.

 

The coating once fully cured is capable of withstanding temperatures up to 130°C (265°F) in continuous immersion in water, salt water and crude oil (these temperatures are dependent on operating environment – refer to Unique Polymer Systems LTD Technical Department for advice).

The material can be applied directly to abrasive blasted steel or to surface previously coated with

UPS 105 EG Metal Repair Paste or UPS 200 EG Ceramic Repair Paste. ​

 

Features & Benefits
  • Designed for application by stiff brush or squeegee.

  • Provides outstanding resistance to impingement, entrainment and erosion / corrosion.

  • Primary designed for resurfacing metal components used in fluid flow environments.

  • Excellent adhesion to correctly prepared metal surfaces.

  • Fully cured is capable of withstanding temperatures up to 130°C (265°F)

  • The material can be applied directly to abrasive blasted steel or to surface previously coated with UPS 105 EG Metal Repair Paste or          UPS 200 EG Ceramic Repair Paste. 

  • UPS product is an ideal replacement from Belzona 1391 Ceramic.

Applications for UPS 225 HT High Temperature Ceramic
  • Suitable for the coating of oil and gas processing equipment such as;

  • Condensate extraction pumps,

  • Return tanks,

  • Calorifiers,

  • Distillation unit,

  • Evaporators,

  • Heat exchangers,

  • Scrubber units. ​

Please note that the coverage rates quoted are theoretical and don't take into consideration the profile or condition of the surface being repaired

Heat Resistance 

Suitable for long-term water immersion at temperatures up to 130'C (266'F) and in dry service up to 240'C (464'F)

Chemical Resistance

The product resists attack by a wide variety of inorganic acids, alkalis', salts and organic media, 

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