Grade Selections

Each of the three grades of Inferno Glaze refractory coating has a different temperature range and a different glazing temperature. It is imperative that the coating reaches its glazing temperature as an unglazed coating will not perform properly. After the coating has been glazed, it can be operated at any temperature below its maximum temperature.

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Grade GlazingTemperature °FMax. Temperature °F
IG-141,4002,200
IG-212,1002,800
IG-272,7003,600

Recommended Coating Grades

Furnaces

Furnaces

Annealing IG-14
Billet IG-14
Brazing IG-21
Carburizing IG-14
Crematory IG-14
Enameling IG-14
Forging IG-21
Heat Treating IG-14
Nitriding IG-14
Pathology IG-14
Sintering IG-21
Welding IG-27

Metals

Metals

For use on process refractories such as in metal melting furnaces, crucibles, ladles, soaking pits, reverberators, troughs, etc.

Aluminum IG-14
Copper-based alloy IG-21
Iron/Steel and alloys IG-27
Magnesium IG-14
Precious Metals IG-14

Boilers

Boilers

Package type (water and firetube) IG-14
Electrical Generating
Burner tiles IG-27
Cyclones IG-27
Wet Bottom Refractory IG-21

Other Equipment

Other Equipment

Calciners IG-14 or IG-21
Dryers IG-14
Heat Generators IG-14 or IG-21
Incinerators IG-14
Kilns IG-14 or IG-21
Ovens IG-14

Application Instructions

The coating should be mixed and applied so penetration of the coating into the pore structure of the refractory surface is obtained. If proper penetration does not occur, the coating may peel off. The coating can be applied by brush or spray gun. A coarse brush such as a wallpaper brush is recommended.

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Approximate Coverage

Refractory TypeSquare Feet/Gallons
Insulating Brick30
Lightweight Castable30
Lightweight Firebrick30
Medium Duty Brick40
Medium Duty Castable40
High Duty Brick50
High Duty Castable50
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