Food Processing Thermal Heat Insulation
Ideal for the food-processing environment, the family of NanoCote’s coatings provides safe, effective thermal insulation and condensation protection for all substrates, from commercial fryers and cookers to storage tanks and sterilizers. And while conventional insulation options often require equipment shutdown, NanoCote coatings can be sprayed onto working substrates without forcing costly equipment downtime.
In addition to their ease of application, NanoCote coatings perform well when exposed to the condensation and humidity present in food processing factories. Traditional insulation options break down in moist environments, and cannot protect against corrosion, mold or bacterial contamination. NanoCote coatings withstand regular cleaning without the need for constant maintenance or regular reapplication, and reduces bacteria, mold and fungus.
With NanoCote®, food and beverage manufacturers enjoy the following benefits:
• Enhanced performance of industrial heating and cooking equipment • Thermal insulation up to 375°F (190 ̊C)
• Convenient spray-on application for hard-to-reach surfaces
• Surface adherence that eliminates Corrosion Under Insulation (CUI)
• Elastomeric expansion and contraction that prevents cracking • Reduction in facility-wide energy costs
• Reduction or elimination of condensation
• Reduction of bacteria, mold and fungus
In addition to their efficient, cost-effective coverage, NanoCote coatings create a safer environment for food processing employees. Their powerful, insulative value provides a significant reduction in the exterior temperature of melting tanks and cooking equipment, preventing accidental burns and dangerous, heat- related injuries.
Moreover, NanoCote’s products deliver antimicrobial, mold and fungus protection.
At NanoCote, it’s our goal to provide industry-best solutions for your food- processing environment—from increased energy efficiency to enhanced crew and food safety.
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