From firearms to aerospace equipment KG Gun Kote offers excellent impact resistance, lubrication, heat dissipation, corrosion resistance, scratch resistance, and durability.
Gun Kote is a thin hard coating that will give excellent protection from abrasion.
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Military Grade Performance
The 2404F Flat Dark Earth color was formulated at the request of the Naval Surface Warfare Center - CRANE and specified for use on the original SOCOM Weapons (SPR’s) being deployed for Afghanistan. The Federal 595 Color Code for the 2404F is FS 33446 Desert Tan. Gun Kote is now specified for 4 weapon systems and 500-pound bombs.
2400 Series Gun-Kote | Solid
The 2400 Series Gun Kote offers impact resistance, lubrication, heat dissipation, corrosion resistance, scratch resistance, and durability. This product can be used for a wide variety of applications, from firearms to aerospace equipment.
2500 Metallics was developed as a metallic pigment that provides a distinctive finish. Like KG's other products, it delivers superb impact resistance, lubrication, scratch resistance, and corrosion resistance.
For the ultimate in lubrication, protection, and heat resistance, the NaNo Series Gun Kote is our premier product. Upon curing, the coating forms a hard layer that is flexible up to 180°, and it meets (even exceeds) stringent military and aerospace standards.
This single part air cured coating is the product of our proprietary single component water-based polyurethane resin system. It takes only 80 minutes for this coating to cure at near-room temperature levels, producing a hard but flexible layer. This coating is perfect for all plastics, rubber, and other delicate materials that cannot be subjected to the high temperatures of typical curing processes.
1600 High Load PTFE is one of our powerful dry film coating products that act as both a lubricant and a protective film. Once applied, this creates a thin finish that provides lubrication and corrosion resistance. It can also withstand temperatures of up to 450 °F.