Rust-Oleum Industrial
2100 Hard Hat Topcoat Heat Resistant Black 1078 2.5L

BN483605J
HARD HAT 1078 Heat Resistant Coating can be applied on new, bright or shot-blasted steel or well pre-treated coated surfaces such as barbecues.
2100 Hard Hat Topcoat Heat Resistant Black 1078
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HARD HAT 1078 Heat Resistant Coating can 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. 

Intended for small maintenance jobs and repairs. 

Provides heat resistance for continuous temperatures up to 650

Size
2.5L 
Coverage
Up to 10sq/m per litre 
VOC level
High 
Touch dry
Up to 1 hour 
Recoatable
Over 24 hours 
Colour
Black 
Colour type
Tinted 

* Colours on screen may vary from actual paint

Additional information

Hard Hat® heat resistant coating can be applied to new, bright or shot-blasted steel or well pre-treated coated
surfaces such as barbecues, boiler fittings, hot air cannons, exhausts, etc. Hard Hat® heat resistant coating is intended for small maintenance jobs and repairs. Hard Hat® heat resistant coating provides protection up to a dry heat of 750°C (short-term peak load) for applications indoors or in a sheltered outdoor environment. 

Surface Preparation: Clear of grease, oil, dirt, loose rust, loose coatings and any other contamination using suitable agents. Sand intact, old paintwork so as to obtain a good key. The surface must be clean and dry during application. 

Mixing and Thinning: The coatings must be stirred vigorously before use until they are thoroughly mixed. Do not thin Hard Hat® heat resistant coating. 

Application: 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. 

Theoretical Coverage: 10-12m² per litre at 35-40 μm dry. 

Drying Times: (at 20°C/50% RH). 
Tack free: 2 hours. 
To handle: 8 hours. 
Overcoatable: after 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). 

Clean Up: with RUST-OLEUM® thinners 7301.