Reflective insulating coatings

Reflective Insulating Coatings are used in the industry as a replacement for original insulation or as part of workplace safety. In the construction industry, coatings help to save energy needed for heating or cooling.

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Demonstration of the functionality of ALPHA Temper coating. Half of the electric hotplate is painted with the coating, the other half without insulation at a temperature of approx. 450 °C. No ice cubes will melt on the coated side, on the uncoated side the ice cubes will melt immediately.

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What is a reflective insulating coatings?


Reflective insulating coatings (sometimes referred to as thermo-reflective coatings) are coatings composed of a binder and a filler in the form of ceramic or glass microspheres that are several tens of microns in size. These microsphere coatings prevent heat transfer due to their low conductivity.

How thermal insulation coatings work?


Thermal insulating coatings work outdoors on the principle of reflection, reflecting more than 97.75% (TSR) of the sun's radiation based on their composition. In the interior, on the other hand, they work on the principle of absorbing thermal radiation and re-radiating it back into the space.

How THRcoating ALPHA and ABAMAL thermoisolating coatings are applied?


The coatings can be applied by brush, roller or airless device. For ALPHA INNER or ABAMAL coatings, a flocking or paint roller is ideal. For ALPHA TEMPER or ANTICONDENS coatings it is better to apply with an airless device.

Will I save energy costs?


If you apply coatings to your house, you can save even a few tens of percent on your energy bill. THRcoating ALPHA and ABAMAL coatings prevent heat from transferring (escaping) from the building through the building structure. After the application of the coating, the wall surface is warm to the touch. The heat from the radiator does not penetrate the masonry but is radiated back into the room because the coating absorbs the heat radiation into itself. Normally the temperature in the house will increase by 5-6°C, therefore reducing the temperature at the boiler.

Won't mould form on the wall?


ABAMAL interior coatings distribute the heat evenly over the wall surface. Walls where the coating is applied are warmer to the touch than walls where the coating has not been applied. When heat is distributed evenly over the wall in this way, there is no condensation on the wall and therefore no mould forms on the wall. At the same time, however, the coating allows water vapour to escape and the wall to breathe.