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Graphs


Corrosion Resistance


Accelerated Salt Spray Test (ASTM B117)
Temperature Reduction
Temperature Comparison

The table above shows how much more effectively JET-HOT resist rust than traditional coatings and even other metallic ceramics in acceleration salt-spray tests.

Independent test conducted at Daytona Speedway showed how JET-HOT reduces under bonnet temperature. Comparative temperature readings were taken immediately after ten laps, run at between 6900 and 7500 RPM, on an engine idle at 2000 RPM with an exhaust tempt of 454c (850F). The test show that temperature of uncoated headers 1 inch from the port was 399c (750F), 2 inch above the header 121c (250F) and 1 inch above the floor pan 82c (180F), while JET-HOT coated headers were at a low 204c (400F) 1 inch from the port, 110c (230F) 2 inches above the header and 49c (120F) 1 inch above the floor pan.

Hi-Temp Oxidation Resistance


Hi-Temp Fatigue Resistance


Hi-Temperature Fatigue Reduction Comparison

JET-HOT protects both mild steel and stainless steel from oxidation that causes weakening at temperatures above 1200f. Whereas unprotected surfaces loose weight and strength through microscopic cracking and rust as oxidized surface flakes away, JET-HOT continues to a miniscule weight gain via oxidizing properties of aluminium. 
Between 1300f and 1600f standard JET-HOT coatings show signs of mud cracking. Limited diffusion occurs between the coating and substrate, producing a thin film of iron aluminide, which continues to inhibit oxidation. For extreme high-temperature applications in Racing and Turbo applications JET-HOT offers JET-HOT 2000 which protects metals above 2000f (1094c)

JET-HOT, as shown above, increases the endurance limit (fatigue strength) of most alloys subject to stress loads after exposure to high temperatures. The comparison above is based on 10-million stress cycles at the temperature indicated in the graph bars.