Steam Lines / Tanks / Boilers / Valves


Reduces surface temperatures and increases usable space

 

Ceramic Cover CC Systems 100 conserves energy by containing the heat while reducing the surface temperature providing safety and reducing risk of burns. In addition, Ceramic Cover CC Systems 100 serves as a protective coating against corrosion eliminating problems from saturation and sagging which are typical characteristics of fiberglass.

Replacing fiberglass with Ceramic Cover CC Systems 100 reduces pipe sizes and increases usable space. Ceramic Cover CC Systems 100 can be applied directly to hot surfaces with minimal surface preparation and without plant shutdown. Basic maintenance of Ceramic Cover CC Systems 100 is simply washing it clean with a fire hose. In the event that the product needs to be removed, it can be cut and scrapped or sanded. The dust created from sanding the product is considered nuisance dust and contains no harmful material.
  

DID YOU KNOW?
1 coat or a 20 mil application of Ceramic Cover CC Systems 100 can greatly reduce temperature (60ºF to 80ºF) on hot surfaces. Additional coats contribute a reduction of temperature between 40ºF & 45ºF.

 

Valves:

Costly maintenance repair exits when insulation is removed and an outage takes place. Costs of up to $140,000.00 per hr. exist to the end user when systems are not operating. Most valves are uninsulated due to these loss incurred.

Insulating valves is simplified with Ceramic Cover CC Systems 100 and is positively maintenance friendly. Envirotrol, Inc. and their Certified Applicators work hand in hand with the end-user's maintenance teams.

Ceramic Cover CC Systems 100 being applied at 80 mils dft to reduce existing temperature of 280ºF to 120ºF. If maintenance is needed, insulation will not be breached.

 

Temperature Tests:

Below are some temperature results from a 150 pound steam line 16 inches in diameter coated with Ceramic Cover CC Systems 100. The surface temperature was measured at 340ºF before the coating was applied. Temperature reduction during application is charted below:

After 75 to 80 mils of Ceramic Cover CC Systems 100 the follow-up temperature measurements were taken:

The following results for coating an endothermic gas generator and backup tank. The main generator oven surface temperature was 202ºF.

The Back-Up Tank had a surface temperature of 180ºF. A coating of 35 mils of Ceramic Cover CC Systems 100 was applied to the surface and decreased the temperature to 98ºF. Each coat of Ceramic Cover CC Systems 100 reduced the temperature by 41ºF.

Case Study #1

20 to 30 mils of Ceramic Cover CC Systems 100 was sprayed to the hot evaporator duct lines entering tanks located at a pulp and paper mill in the southeast. The evaporator duct line temperatures were reduced from 184ºF to 118ºF.

Case Study #2

Ceramic Cover CC Systems 100 reduced surface temperatures where a conventional coating system was applied for color coating, and aesthetics.

 

 

Case Study #3

Ceramic Cover CC Systems 100 reduced surface temperatures where a conventional coating system was applied for color coating, and aesthetics.