What is ThermaCote?
ThermaCote® is a high-performance ceramic insulating coating/weather barrier coating that offers superior corrosion protection for commercial, residential, exterior, and interior applications. The advanced ceramic technology conserves energy, looks just like flat latex paint when dry, and has ultra-low VOCs at 5.3 G/L. ThermaCote® spray-applied weather barrier coating is Certified Green to California’s standard (DHS 01350) for indoor air quality in classrooms and offices, an ENERGY STAR qualified product, and is also a CRRC (Cool Roof Rating Council) “Rated” product. With built-in corrosion protection, ThermaCote® is the perfect primer or topcoat on new or existing sheetrock, wood, glass, plastic, concrete or steel projects, and helps seal the envelope of any structure. A UL® Classified product with a 0-Flame spread, ThermaCote® is the professional’s choice.
Lyeffion Elementary School, Alabama
Lyeffion Elemetary School’s classroom #12 received an application of ThermaCote® ceramic coating, and an adjacent classroom #11 was left uncoated. Meter readings were recorded on three separate occasions in both classrooms. Power usage in the last period of approx 22.5 hours revealed a 40% KWH usage reduction in the coated room. Latest readings show the […]
Gateway Plaza, Houston
ThermaCote® ceramic coating was applied to the roof of 3800 Gateway Plaza. The application is 30 mils to the roof surface. The roof surface continues to be no more than the ambient temperature when the performance was measured. At one point the surface temperature of a portion that was not coated reached 150˚F, while just […]
Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport
ThermaCote® in reducing the heat load on passengers boarding bridges which was conducted at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta Airport from July 12 to August 15 2013. Passenger boarding bridges, air bridges, skyways and jet ways are not directly air conditioned. During boarding and disembarking, air is exchanged between both the aircraft and the bridge, and conditioning the […]