AMJ-400-IG is an inorganic green paint developed for use on spacecraft, satellites and Beta cloth utilized in the manufacture of MLI blankets. A specialized pigment in a silicate binder, AMJ-400-IG can be spray deposited with standard air spray coating equipment or high-volume low-pressure systems to form a bendable inorganic nonspecular green marker coating use on emblems, logos, signs etc. on spacecraft / satellites.
This spacecraft / satellite paint has been thoroughly tested in space, having been flown on the Materials International Space Station Experiment (MISSE).
The table below lists the optical and application parameters of cured AMJ-400-LSR
|Nominal Surface Resistivity||N/A|
|Thermal Emittance (ε_t)||0.90 ± 0.02|
|Solar Absorptance (α_s)||~0.56 at ≥ 3.0 mils thickness|
|Use Temperature Range||-180 C to 900 C|
|Nominal Dry Thickness||3.0 ± 1.0 mils (over 85% of coated area)|
|ASTM D3359A Adhesion Grade||Not less than 3A|
|Full Cure||7 days|
On screen color may vary.
Note: terms reflectance, emittance and absorptance and terms reflectivity, emissivity and absorptivity are often used interchangeably.