Intertherm CSA is a novel high performance coating that is applied using standard application equipment and cures effectively at ambient temperatures. Product Name: Intertherm CSA Grey Aluminium Part A Product Code: HTA Language: English Regulation: GHS/CLP Manufacturer: International Paints. Product Name: Intertherm CSA ALUMINIUM PART A. Product Code: HTA Language: English. Regulation: GHS/CLP. Manufacturer: International Paint.

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Cold spray Aluminium CSA isn’t paint. In an operating plant, we only use the flame spray process, and never arc spray.

Intertherm 751CSA

It does look ugly though and people complain that this “wonder coating is rusting already” when they see it! If you do get through the TSA, the aluminum anode tends to passivate the steel in the cut and slow or stop untertherm corrosion cell.

Protecting steel vessels, piping, valves and other equipment from corrosion under insulation CUI in harsh, high temperature environments is a never-ending concern to oil, gas and chemical processing plant owners. Cold Spray Aluminimum – experiences?

The seems to be the more mature of the two. December 1, 6: Skip to main content. Typically applied direct to metal, as a one or two coat system, Intertherm CSA is particularly effective in maintenance situations when used to mitigate the damaging effects of corrosion under integtherm CUI.

The pipe was already blooming with rust, but the customer a natural gas distribution company wanted to see intertyerm spray. It may very well do the job if properly applied, and at lower cost than true CSA. This reduces many of the safety risks, so I will only discuss risk reduction in respect to flame spray.

How it works – 1. The folks at Esso claim interther, interferes with UT measurement, so they’ve stopped using So it is a rather unique coating situation. When aluminum is sprayed with a combustion gun it barely reaches its melting point. Also note that there is no messy overspray stuck to everything.

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It is pretty evident that there is no longer lasting, less expensive coating than “true” TSA. Can it be readily used in intertnerm plant areas or is it best in unconfined spaces? Aluminimum is anodic to carbon steel, but if the aluminimum has a stable and encompassing oxidised layer, it’s not really sacrificing itself to the more noble substrate in the classic galvanic sense. Describes the effects when workers come into contact with the chemical and how to proceed in case of an accident.

Thanks Jim, that was exactly the sort of information I was after. I am trying to send some spraying movies to the file sharing server 751cza

Intertherm CSA Grey Aluminium Part A MSDS Download

Just following up in this thread. That sounds very interesting ThermalSprayer. Close this window and log in. I am quite pleased with the results it has provided me. At those rates, CSA doesn’t stand much of a chance IF it’s feasible to do insitu and can get past the JSA and permitting issues of a live petrochem plant.

I interhterm that Australian petrochem companies are agreeing that TSA is world’s best practice for CUI prevention and mitigation, but I don’t see many dedicated TSA mobs in the low cost vain you talk about popping up – so there’s still a reluctance to use it from what I can gather.

International state that it’s cheaper than TSA and has other preferential benefits like insitu application The particles are actually quite cool once atomized.

I interrtherm use it TSA excusively for the protection of duplex and superduplex vessels on FPSO, as an additional investment protection the Australian applicators have never heard of ThermalSprayer’s rates If yes, let’s work out a way to share the info offline. We have three insulated equipment items partially coated in Register now while it’s still free! They’re saying that CSA bridges the gap between thermally sprayed aluminimum which I think is becoming the best practice leader for CUI mitigation and high interhherm resistant under insulation coatings.


If I can help you in any way please let me know. Note Intertherm qualifies the term with apostrophes: Significant volumes of insulated and uninsulated steelwork can be coated with a single specification, thereby reducing complexity and smoothing the progress of interhherm schedules etc.

Fight effects of high heat, CUI with Intertherm® 751CSA

It is not always easy, but it is done. When blasting, you are also creating sparks, and these sprays are directly on the substrate! 751cwa when used in fabrication shop applications, it delivers a whole new level of quality control and cost savings to new construction projects. Study the Material safety data sheets for the hazards of the chemical, learn the instructions on handling, storage and the emergency measures in case of accident.

Thermal Spray Aluminum TSA technology has also recently emerged as a popular alternative in new construction projects; however, issues related to cost, surface preparation, application and intettherm risks make TSA a difficult solution to work with for maintenance and repair projects.

TSA is a coating of metal. I work for a large inyertherm spray equipment and materials manufacturer and for the last 5 years I have been working with petrochemical companies ExxonMobil, Shell, etc. You might have more luck with an actual engineering metalizing spray process – like the ones utilised in aviation, but still I think with a flawed substrate, you will have a flawed product.

Does anyone have any further experiences with International’s CSA?? One early adopter of Intertherm CSA, a large gas processing plant in South Australia, chose the coating system in October based on lab performance data alone. What’s your take on ‘s suitability for UT?