The heat dissipative coating is composed of highly calcined and dehydrated materials that together with reflective and binding materials, a light paste is obtained that prevents overheating of the surface where it is applied.
Concrete, polyurethane, galvanized sheet and black sheet, asbestos, fiberglass, polycarbonate, acrylic, glass, tanks, ducts, silos, aluminum, stainless steel, etc.
Lower the temperature, decrease the mechanical movements of the treated surfaces.
In sheet roofs, the temperature drops considerably, at least 15 ° C and the effect of heat transfer to the interior of the building decreases. On the other hand, something very important is the blocking of oxidation, prolonging the life of the sheets longer.
Examples in sheets: the result is immediate after applied and dry the product. In pottery after 72 hours. All this information is based on the result of laboratory tests, carried out for a long time. They are accurate and reliableIt is NOT waterproofing It is NOT a waterproofing and is manufactured only in white, this is because together with the charges, the white color strengthens the reflection of the sun's rays and is more efficient.