Ceramics are naturally heat resistant, making it capable of withstanding high temperatures. The most advanced exhaust system coating available. It is a highly durable reinforced ceramic coating available in a variety of colors. When applied correctly, it becomes the most effective thermal barrier coating available, as it increases performance and, at the same time, it has been proven to extend the life of the component & to more than 2000 degrees F without lifting, cracking or flaking.
Unlike head wraps, it does not retain potentially harmful heat (26% moisture around the part). Rather, surface temperatures are actually reduced, which extends the life of the part. When cured, a highly effective corrosion-inhibiting film forms, which protects the part against oxidation and provides excellent chemical resistance, which further extends the life of the part and improves its appearance. Whichever application method you choose, the following three thermal grades are widely recognized as basic threshold levels for high-temperature ceramic coatings.
So the real question is, does the ceramic coating on an exhaust actually work? Let's look at some of our findings and compare this to unprotected parts. On the one hand, it has “rattlesnake” spray paints, handmade high-temperature ceramic coatings, which are normally based on enamel, and use ceramic resins for their heat resilience. However, if the parts you want to protect absorb a large amount of heat or you want a touch of color, it's probably best to opt for the high-temperature ceramic coating spray option.
Nanoceramic coatingsare also ideal for brake calipers, valve covers, retention cans and overflow tank reservoirs and engine covers.
Many ceramic coating aerosols aimed at exhaust gases can withstand exposure to temperatures of 1200° Fahrenheit for extended periods, and products at extreme temperatures withstand more than 2,500°F of sustained heat. Applying a high-temperature ceramic coating to both the outside and inside of an exhaust system helps improve flow. Since ceramic coatings only need to be cured at room temperature and, at the same time, have excellent adhesion properties, they are suitable for plastics, wood, polymers, composite materials and, of course, metals. Either way, always remember to be careful when applying a ceramic coating product, using hand, respiratory and eye protection.
Applying a ceramic coating at a high temperature not only improves heat absorption, but also improves visual appeal by eliminating the risk of rust and corrosion with an unsightly and potentially harmful appearance. When applied to exhaust components, high-temperature ceramic coatings reduce thermal vibration, so instead of penetrating a specific area, heat is distributed evenly across the surface. So if you're determined to cover your motorcycle or car with ceramic Armor Shield IX, it collides with elements such as air intake tubes, aerodynamic components, wheels, headlights, painted outer surfaces and any other part that doesn't get too hot. A high-temperature ceramic coating not only withstands these scorching levels of abuse, but it also protects items such as electronics and fuel systems from this ferocious attack.
The ceramic coating will protect exhaust gases from substances such as road salts, oil and gas, engine heat, and exhaust gases that flow through pipes. Bonehead Performance special ceramic coatings specifically designed for thermal barrier protection, heat transfer and dry film lubrication. .