Heat Resistant & Cold Resistant Coating Services

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Heat resistant and cold resistant coatings withstand temperatures ranging from 816°C/1500°F to -110°C/-166°F and protect sensitive components from chemicals and corrosion. Resistant coatings for extreme temperatures are often applied to electronic components used in applications where reliable performance is critical.

Plasma Ruggedized Solutions is always working to create ways to protect electronics and assemblies in the environment where they’re subjected to. As technology advances, it has become more and more common for these components to be placed in extreme temperature situations. At high and low temperatures, mechanical stresses become far more pronounced. High temperatures also often lead to accelerated chemical reactions and oxidization. Our heat-resistant and cold-resistant coating services will protect your assemblies against the rigors of extreme temperatures.Contact Us

Heat Resistant Coatings for Military and Aerospace

Our heat-resistant coating services are frequently used in military and aerospace applications. These coatings are used for electronic components in vehicular exhaust systems and other high-temperature areas where performance readings and information are gathered. Heat resistant coatings must not only withstand the high temperatures to which they’re exposed but also help prevent oxidation, which can occur rapidly in these environments.

Protecting Military Electronics from Extreme Temperatures

Military equipment is exposed to extreme temperatures and wear that can affect the performance of computers used to monitor missiles, aircraft, land vehicles, radios, radars, and other combat equipment. Reliability is crucial, which is why the military has some of the most stringent quality standards of any industry. We offer custom cold and heat resistant coatings that meet MIL-Spec requirements and protect electronic components from damage.

Cold and Heat Resistant Coatings for Aerospace Applications

In aerospace applications, both heat-resistant and cold-resistant coatings are used to protect components from extreme temperatures, corrosion, and wear. Fuel ignition systems of space vehicles experience both high and low temperatures during operation. Satellites and other aircraft also require specialized coatings to protect from extreme heat and cold, along with shock and vibration.  Our resistant coatings for extreme temperatures are used throughout the aerospace industry for command control instruments, surveillance equipment and more.Request a Quote

Protecting Electronic Components in Extreme Temperatures

Plasma Ruggedized Solutions has a variety of heat-resistant and cold-resistant coatings available, each of which offers unique features and advantages. Our Parylene coating materials, for example, are effective in both high and low temperature applications. Cold resistant coatings are more specialized and include silicones or modified urethanes that prevent thermal stress, ice crystal formation, and fracturing caused by extremely low temperatures. 

Custom Coating Materials

We also have several custom coating materials made with ceramic agents or other fillers to help them withstand high temperatures. Depending on the application, we can apply coating materials that are thermally resistive or thermally conductive.

Offering a variety of heat-resistant and cold-resistant coating materials enables us to develop ideal material solutions to meet our customers’ specific requirements. We hold: NASA, AS9100ISO 9001:2008, COMSEC, ITARRoHS, and FIPS standards and certifications. Currently, PRS is pending NADCAP certification.

Contact Plasma Ruggedized Solutions for Heat & Cold Resistant Coatings

Plasma Ruggedized Solutions is constantly expanding our capabilities for heat resistant coatings and cold resistant coatings. We are always looking to offer a new, higher level of protection for components and assemblies, to better serve the unique needs of our customers. Contact us today for additional information about our heat- and cold-resistant coatings.Contact Us