Insulative Paint Application

Insulative Paint is a technology where a broad spectrum thermally reflective coating is applied to a specific type of micro-spheres to block heat radiation in a much larger or broader range of thermal energy (heat) to dissipate heat rapidly. This type of coated thermally reflective material (coated micro-sphere) reduces heat transfer through the coating with 90% of solar infrared radiation (IR) and 85% of ultraviolet radiation being radiated back from the coated surface insulating" paint works bi-directionally (reflects heat coming from either direction toward the painted surface).

An example of this would be an exterior wall of a building to which an "insulative" or "insulating" paint has been applied. Solar induced heat (direct sunlight) is reflected from the surface as well as heat (winter months) that is migrating through the wall outward toward the colder outside air. A "thermal Image" or infra-red photograph will clearly show the reduction of winter time heat loss from a home through areas that have been painted with a true insulative paint.



Corrosion Under Insulation (CUI) Coating

HEAT-FLEX HI-TEMP 1200 is the next generation single-component inert multipolymeric matrix (IMM) coating that outperforms alternatives in combating corrosion under insulation (CUI).

  • Comform to definition as per NACE SP0198-CS5, & SS6 standard.
  • Achieved highest possible rating under ASTM D174, and D610.
  • Resists corrosion under insulation
  • Resists stress corrosion cracking
  • Application surface temperatures from ambient to 260℃
  • Operating surface temperatures cryogenic to 650℃
  • Self-priming, single component
  • No maximum recoat time