Dampney Debuts Heat-resistant Engine Paint

November 2007, - Feature

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A full line of colorful, heat-resistant automotive spray coatings for engines, exhaust headers, manifolds, engine compartments and other parts is being introduced by Dampney Co. Inc. of Everett, Mass.

Alvin High Temperature Automotive Spray Coatings from Dampney come in 23 different colors, and when properly applied over its silicone primer, can withstand repeated thermal cycling up to 1,200 degrees F and will not blister, flake or peel. Suitable for engines, exhaust headers, manifolds, firewalls and other parts, these 12-ounce aerosol coatings dry for handling in 15 minutes.
Featuring a wide range of colors; including black, gold, silver and aluminum, Alvin High Temperature Automotive Spray Coatings from Dampney are not recommended for direct contact with flames. For shop or OEM applications, these heat-resistant coatings can be supplied bulk for application using airless, conventional or HVLP spray methods.
For more information contact, call Dennis Aikman at (617) 389-2805; e-mail him at [email protected], or visit

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