Myths about Insulation paint. Does it really work | PaintOutlet.co.uk

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There are so many myths about if Insulation paint really works and what are their advantages… In this video we wanted to collect a lot of those doubts about thermal paints that wander in the minds of many users to give them an answer.

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Insulation paint is great, with the thicknesses you choose to work with,will determine the thermal result in terms of comfort and energy saving is reduced. 

However, the main characteristic of this new technology is, as we have advanced, the reduction of heat accumulation on surfaces.

Besides, it has many other facts that you might want to know

Some say that Insulation painting is made up of ceramic components that have been developed using "nanotechnology". Others say that thermal painting is the result of research in modern aerospace laboratories, but actually when we talk about the insulation of a house, technically we are talking about the thermal transmittance of its walls, or what is the same, how much energy they allow to escape. The higher the transmittance values, the greater the heat loss. 

On the other hand, solar protection technology has the potential to make buildings more efficient and sustainable by reducing solar reflectance, thus optimising building systems and reducing their impact on the environment. 

By applying 2-3 coats of this thermal paint we achieve an impressive thermal insulation for life (we can also paint over it without it losing its properties) we have a great impression of it! 

If you have a hot attic and you want it to cool down, by all means, you can install a radiant barrier under beams and it will help you. If you want to insulate a concrete slab, a radiant barrier will not help.

In conclusion, thermal insulation paint, due mainly to its low thickness once applied, has hardly any insulating effect on a house, so It will totally work once you apply the right amount of coats to make it more effective! 

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