Tnemec Introduces Series 975 Aerolon as Insulative Coating System

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Tnemec Company, Inc. (Kansas City, Missouri, USA), a leading manufacturer of high-performance protective coatings, recently announced the launch of Series 975 Aerolon. According to the company, the product represents a further advancement of its insulative coating technology.

As the newest product under the Aerolon brand, Series 975 builds upon the legacy of Series 971. The brand is designed to provide multiple benefits as a fluid-applied insulation coating system. 

Unlike Series 971, which is based on aerogel particles, Series 975 contains an advanced porous material for exceptionally low thermal conductivity. According to the company, this brings significant advantages relative to traditional insulation. Series 975 also does a superior job of providing long-term insulation and corrosion protection.

Other features and benefits of Series 975 Aerolon, according to the company, include high hydrophobicity, excellent heat and mechanical stability, low volatile organic compounds (VOCs), low odor, and noncombustibility.

“At Tnemec, we work hard every day to ensure that our customers are utilizing the best products on the market,” says Andy Hoffman, director of insulation and specialty products at Tnemec. “Series 975 Aerolon is the ideal solution for insulating pipes, valves, tanks, structural steel, orother substates where thermal improvement or personnel protection is imperative.”

According to the company, Series 975 continues the precedent set by Series 971 as a class leader in thermal conductivity, all while maintaining the same advantages over traditional insulation. These benefits include the areas of corrosion mitigation, condensation, overall surface protection, and being applicable to complex shapes.

Source: Tnemec,