The SurfaPaint ThermoDry® Exterior is a high quality acrylic elastomeric emulsion paint with thermal insulating properties and is ideal for exterior use. It is suitable for masonry exposed to adverse weather conditions and for the protection of damaged surfaces with micro cracks. Due to its UV cross linking mechanism and the nanoparticles it contains, the tendency to pick-up dirt particles and atmospheric pollution is significantly reduced. It is available in white colour for optimum thermal insulation properties and can be used as a tinting base for light shades.
When thermal energy travels through walls and other surfaces, large amounts of energy are required for cooling in the summer or heating in the winter. SurfaPaint ThermoDry® Exterior contains special nano and micro-sized thermal insulating particles that block heat transfer, reflect thermal radiation, and create a moisture barrier that can help significantly with energy saving.
Even suitable for application on masonry exposed to adverse weather conditions (i.e very low temperature conditions (-20°C)) and for the protection of damaged surfaces with micro cracks (gap bridging) without risk of flaking.
|Thermal Conductivity||< 0.1 W/(mK), (EN ISO 12667:2004). The corresponding value of a conventional paint is 0.50 W/(mk).|
|Thermal Reflectance||94.2% Reflection in the IR region of light (700nm - 2.2μm ASTM G173).|
|Liquid water permeability||“non-permeable” by water according to EN ISO 1062-3:2008|
|Fungal resistance||excellent resistant against fungi & algae, Class 1 according to BS3900-G6:1989|
Attention: SurfaPaint ThermoDry® Exterior can be applied directly on exterior wall surfaces (masonry, concrete, plaster, drywalls), and wherever water-based, acrylic paints are applied. New substrates from cement or masonry should have cured for more than 3-4 weeks before primer application. Adverse conditions during or immediately after application may affect the coating’s properties. The paint has a spreading rate of 10-12 m2/L.
New or old surfaces like concrete, plaster, drywalls and wood.