Coo-Var Heat Resistant Paint Black

Coo-Var Heat Resistant Black Enamel is an enamel coating suitable for use in temperatures of up to 600 degrees C of indirect heat.

  • Suitable for Metal and Brick
  • Apply by Brush or Roller
  • Satin Finish



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Product Description

Heat Resistant Paint Black is an enamel coating designed by Coo-Var. It is designed for use in areas prone to high temperature, such as hot pipes, radiators and fire surrounds. It is also available in a spray and is suitable for areas exposed to up to 600C of indirect heat.

The coating is touch dry in 30 minutes at room temperature. However, full cure only occurs after heating to above 220°c for 20-30 minutes. Some fume or light generation is associated with initial cure.

Primarily designed to withstand greater heat than conventional paints such as household and DIY paints and are considered as a high performance specialised coating as they are based on  Silicone resins, which resist heat more than traditional organic resins.

Typical Applications

  • Black heat resistant paint is becoming a popular choice for boilers where heat and moisture resistance is a priority.
  • Fans that need to manoeuvre heat through ducting systems.
  • Chimneys also require this type of coating due to the elevated temperatures they are subjected to. In addition, the Satin finish is the more desirable choice.
  • Exhaust systems also require this type of paint as the coating will easily out perform standard paint.

We would always recommend that if you are not familiar with this type of paint please refer to the material safety data sheet or technical data sheets available for download from the tab below or if require any  advice on application or other suitable products, please [email protected] or Telephone 01942 884122.




Surface Preparation

Ensure all surfaces are clean, dry and free from grease, oil and any other contaminates. Bare steel should be free from dust, rust and scale. Blast cleaning to SA 2½ is recommended. If blast cleaning is impractical, mechanical cleaning should be employed as hand cleaning does not clean the steel to the required degree.

Any oil or grease should be removed with CooVar Universal Degreaser before de-rusting. Where blast cleaning is carried out after assembly, special attention must be paid to edges, corners, nuts, bolts, welds etc. Welds should, if necessary be ground and all weld spatter, slag etc. must be removed.

Mixing Instructions

Mix well before use.

Application Conditions

As dictated by normal good painting practice. In confined spaces, provide adequate ventilation during application and drying.
For thinning and cleaning, use xylene thinners.

Preceding Coat


Subsequent Coat



The dry film only fully cures after heating, slowly, to above 220°C for 20 to 30 minutes. Unless fully cured the film remains thermoplastic and sensitive to some solvents. The film may be cured in-service, some fume and light smoke generation is assosiated with the initial cure.

Estimated Coverage

12sqm per litre.


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