Development of High Temperature Barrier Coating
Agency / Branch:
DOD / NAVY
"The object of this proposal is a cost-effective coating to be used to guard bulkheads and other naval structures from exposure to high-temperatures during a fire event. Material is to be capable of withstanding the action of a flame while preventing thecovered surface from reaching a temperature of 225-250¿F above ambient temperature, meeting the requirements of UL 1709. The approach is to provide a high temperature coating with novel fillers and additives in a variety of paint compositions.Commercially available thermosetting resins, such as cyanate resin and aromatic epoxy resin, are good candidates as the resin matrix material. We propose to use a proprietary filler in the resin coating mix for thermal insulation. During a fire event,the filler will expand, resulting in a foamed resin composite structure. Ease of reparability of the coating is targeted as well as low maintenance and long service life. Feasibility demonstration shall include ease of installation, ease of removal, costand anticipated service life expectancy. The paint will be especially tailored for use on new types of lightweight naval structural materials that require barrier coatings to prevent them from reaching elevated temperatures during a fire situation, whichwill significantly reduce their strength. One of the primary markets for this product is for the protection of bulkheads and various structures in naval vessels. Another somewhat smaller market is bar
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