For everything from acute lameness to relief and comfort between classes at a show, these therapeutic boots will provide comfort to your equine friend during transporting, stabling on hard surfaces and in the event of hoof injury or disease.
Soft-Ride Boots enable the hoof wall (shod or unshod) to sink into the deep gel orthotic which increases the sole contact areas providing support and comfort for the whole hoof.
Sold in Pairs complete with Standard Insoles (soft yet durable).
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"I ordered some ITC 100 from Canadian Forge and Farrier as well. It shipped next day and arrived 2 days later, and now my forge is quite a bit hotter, in a lot less time. Sean was great to deal with as well, and as they are a new store, he was asking for suggestions of supplies to bring in for knifemaking. Great service all around. - ZOLTAN".
Our ITC 100 Ceramic Coating is an ultra-high-temperature coating applied to ceramic wool (fiber/ blanket/ kaowool), refractory bricks, & castables to protect them from flux, abrasion, direct flames, and oxidization. It also increases efficiency by up to 40%.
(Metaphorically ITC 100 does to a propane forge what a turbocharger does to a diesel motor - it's like free power and efficiency.)
Rated to 5000 ° F, which is nearly double the theoretical combustion temperature limit an atmospheric propane forge.
Health Benefit of ITC 100:
No Charge EXTRA:
We ship all our ITC with a seal-able 1 quart, wide mouthed plastic jar that is measure marked for ease of mixing the ITC. For long term storage wrap the seal of the lid with electrical tape to prevent evaporation, and insure you remix thoroughly prior to use.
Application Tips (also comes with a sheet of instructions):
1. Reconstitute with water.
Reconstitute ITC 100 with 50% water prior to application. Experience has indicated excellent performance even years after reconstituting if it is stored properly (kept cool and well sealed).
2. Mist lightly with water first.
Penetration is best when surfaces are first very lightly misted with water. This helps the ITC to 'wick' deeper into the wool, brick, or castable.
3. Use a cut-off paintbrush.
The consistency is more similar to runny toothpaste than paint. It can be poured with a small 'watering-can' type device in open horizontal applications. Otherwise, its best applied using a paintbrush with bristles cut short to make them stiff. (It can also be sprayed with an air gun in larger applications).
4. Rigidize the wool first.
Applying ITC 100 to a Ceramic Wool Blanket? Try rigidizing the wool first. We sell small bottles of Rigidizer solution for this purpose. (It makes it less like painting cotton balls).
5. If damaged, simply re-apply as a patch.
If the ITC coated surface becomes damaged, another 'patch' coating can simply be applied as needed.
HOW MUCH DO I NEED?
ITC is sold by the Pint (473 mL), or Half Pint (236). Coverage depends on what material you're applying it to.
- Fiber Lining Coverage est: 5 sq ft.
- Insulating Brick Lining Coverage est: 10 sq ft.
- Brick Lining or Hardcast Refractory Coverage est: 6.25 to 12.5 sq ft.
- Fiber Lining Coverage est:: 2.5 sq ft
- Insulating Brick Lining Coverage est:: 5 sq ft
- Brick Lining or Hardcast Refractory Coverage est:: 3.13 to 6.25 sq ft
ITC 100 HT is at risk of freezing once temps reach below -15°C. Once it freezes, it expands which causes the plastic container to crack. This causes a liquid component of the mixture to leak out which in excess can change its composition, increasing the chances of the ITC drying out and rendering it unusable.