Coating was applied to reduce CUI and allow crew to access tanks safely.
Insulating coating reduced temperature from 330°F to less than 140°F.
Mascoat coatings saved energy, prevented CUI and created safe working conditions for personnel.
Fast and easy coatings installation with reduced CUI.
Coating reduced energy consumption and surface temperature.
Coatings reduced solar heat gain that caused prior process destabilization.
Application reduced 220° pipes to protect personnel and prevented CUI
Reduction in radiant heat gain and increased product stability with no CUI issues after application.
Safer working conditions and CUI was eliminated in a water overflow-prone tank environment.
Coatings increased safety of work environment for high-temp storage of hazardous gas with CUI prevention.
Surface temperature reduction and increased worksite safety with CUI reduction.
Cost effective CUI and personnel protection coating for an intricate valve assembly design.
CUI and radiant heat reduction on facility incoming water pipes.
Coatings reduced internal dewpoint fluctuations to reduce moisture level in dry product storage.
Reduction of fire hazard with treatment of fat and grease storage tanks.
Coating on pipes and tanks for more efficient, sanitary, and safe working environment.
Tanks coated in a high temperature and high humidity environment for safer working environment.
Equipment coated to improve personnel safety and to reduce energy costs.
Often-cleaned equipment was coated to reduce personnel injury and major energy loss while moving.
Reduction in ambient temperature for employee work areas.
Cookers had less energy loss and surface temperature reduction, for a safer work environment.
Rotary dryers were coated to reduce energy loss and ambient working environment temps.
A humid enviroment called for a washable surface that could be cleaned without damage to insulation.
Spot repairs to an existing Mascoat installation were easy and inexpensive.
Coatings applied to reduce risk of mold/mildew and mechanical failure from condensation.
Coatings were applied to high-temp production equipment to reduce energy loss.
Crew workspaces and pipeline and equipment applications reduced energy loss and increased efficiency of process equipment.
Tanks were coated to regulate ideal temperature and viscosity for product movement.
Quick installation of coating on heat exchangers solved problems with CUI and difficulties with inspections.
Mascoat addressed concerns of hazardous blowout or fire on towers and boilers from CUI.
Energy loss and and CUI hazards were addressed, and customer reported 31% energy savings.
Coatings applied for CUI risk elimination and consistency of product performance.
High Temp equipment called for two Mascoat formulas combined for a safer surface temperature.
Improved energy retention and personnel protection and inspectability for client.
Tanks were primed and coated, giving client a 20-25% energy usage reduction and reducing surface temps to safe levels.
Insulation regulated internal temps of sensitive chemical processes, greatly reducing acidic damage in the ducts from inefficient insulation.
Client needed a cost-effective, weather-resistant solution after Hurricane Ike in 2008.
Electrical boxes were coated to reduce radiant heat gain from sun exposure and reduce circuit overloads and resulting downtimes.
Coatings were applied to solve the issues of crushing and reapplying insulation for multiple inspections a year.
Coatings applied to equipment cleaning stations to reduce internal temps and make a more comfortable workspace.
Coatings applied to equiment cabinets reduced internal temperature and the hazard of dangerous equipment outages.
Electrical Cabinets were coated to reduce overheating and equipment failures due to overload.
Emergency chemical shower pipes in outdoor weather conditions were coated to avoiding scalding in emergency situations.
Two custom applications for two separate climates were used for the same radiant heat reduction.
Mascoat application provided reduction in evaporative loss due to high ambient temperatures.
To prevent solar loading on tanks, they were treated with MI-HR to reflect Solar Loading.
Chilled water tanks were treated with MI-DTI to reduce solar heat gain and tinted white to increase coating effectiveness.
Client selectively applied coatings to employee areas to avoid burn injuries.
Coatings were applied in high-temp / high-humidity environments, and color matched to the facility's other equipment.
Corrosion prone tanks were coated to protect surfaces and reduce temperatures, reducing employee injuries, and needs for repair.
Coatings reduced energy loss, were weather resistant, and addressed CUI issues in high-wind environment.
MI-DTI decreased issues with CUI, sea birds, and fire hazard, becoming the standard after proving energy efficiency.
After experiencing severe CUI, MI-DTI was applied to tanks for better protection to Harsh Louisiana climate.
Coating was applied to enable inspections without extra costs of inspection catwalks over conventional insulation and prevent CUI.
Coating was applied to enable inspections without damaging insulation and prevent CUI.
Coating was applied to properly regulate product temperature regulation and to prevent equiment failure due to CUI.
A cost and labor efficient alternative to traditional insulation, MI-DTI is easily applied to geometry of valves and flanges.
Coating was applied to frequently cleaned lids of syrup heaters to insulate an additional 10-15% of the heater's surface area.
20 years of history shows the success of Mascoat in the Sugar Mill industry.