This type of caoted thermally reflective material reduces heat transfer through the coating with 90% of solar infrared radiation and 85% of ultraviolet radiation being radiated back from the coated surface.
These are typical insulation materials used in walls as well as ceilings of buildings.
It can deliver high solar reflectance (the ability to reflect the visible, infrared and ultraviolet wavelengths of the sun, reducing heat transfer to the surface)
These 100 μm to 2 mm coatings serve to insulate components from large and prolonged heat loads by utilizing thermally insulting materials which can sustain an appreciable tempreture difference between the load-bearing alloys and the coating surface.
These coatings can allow for higher operating temperatures while limiting the thermal exposure of structural components, extending part life by reducing oxidation and thermal fatigue.
High drop in internal temperature, Reduces electricity bills used for cooling the building.
A more productive working environment without air conditioning.
You can walk on roof surface even in peak sun light.
Roof is protected from thermal shock due to varying sun load.
Remarkable elasticity to cop with thermal expansion and contraction. Environmentally safe and convenient to apply.
Softwoods, like pine, larch and cedar Hardwoods, such as birch MDF (Medium Density Fibreboard) Chipboard.
Melamine faced sheet Brick and Stone Plaster and Plasterboard Metal Concrete.