MC153-14 Multi Change Paint 14 Color Changes

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Provided: 1 Liter
320°F ~ 2264°F (160°C ~ 1240°C )

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Multi-Change Paint MC153-14 supplied in 1 liter bottle. Paint is applied at room temperature where the initial color is PLUM.After 10 minutes at temperature the original color will change to the colors as listed below depending on the temperature.

1st color - PLUM to PURPLE at 160°C/320°F
2nd color - PURPLE to VIOLET at 250°C/480°F
3rd color - VIOLET to MEDIUM VIOLET at 300°C/572°F
4th color - MEDIUM VIOLET to GREY at 360°C/680°F
5th color - GREY to WARM GREY at 500°C/932°F
6th color - WARM GREY to LIGHT GREY at 600°C/1112°F
7th color - LIGHT GREY to LILAC GREY at 650°C/1202°F
8th color - LILAC GREY to PALE PURPLE at 750°C/1382°F
9th color - PALE PURPLE to MAUVE at 880°C/1616°F
10th color - MAUVE to VIOLET GREY at 900°C/1652°F
11th color - VIOLET GREY to VIOLET BLUE at 980°C/1796°F
12th color - VIOLET BLUE to VIOLET at 1000°C/1832°F
13th color - VIOLET to MATT BLACK at 1010°C/1850°F
14th color - MATT BLACK to MATT GLAZE at 1080°C/1976°F
15th color - MATT GLAZE to FULL GLAZE at 1240°C/2264°F

If the paint is used for a number of months it may start to dry out. It can be re vitalized by mixing in a PMA paint solvent.
Type of Sensor: Thermal Paint
Temperature Sensing Range: 320°F ~ 2264°F (160°C ~ 1240°C)
Dimensions: 1 Liter
Weight: 2.75 lbs.
Special Notes: Special Terms & Conditions Apply
Sold As: 1 Liter
Data Points: 14 Temperature Changes
  • (1) Liter of Paint
  • Typical Delivery 3-4 Weeks ARO
Apply to a blast cleaned and de-greased surface, no primer is necessary. Apply one coat, allowing to touch dry to 15-30 minutes.

Best thermal mapping is achieved by an even coat of paint. The preferred application method is spraying.

The paint may be thinned to spraying viscosity by the further addition of thinners. Removal of the paint can be achieved by using solvents or an abrasive disc.

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