Its starting to get warmer by the week, and many people are thinking about insulating homes and commercial buildings before the summer heat hits.
Spring is a perfect time to insulate walls, attics, ceilings, ductwork and skylights to ensure lower energy costs this year and for years to come.
When it comes to proven energy efficiency technologies for buildings, Energy Protect clear thermal insulating paint by Syneffex has undergone more tests in every type of climate (from Alaska to the Middle East) than most new technologies.
And the coating has continued to prove itself in each one
Its effective, efficient, and cost saving with payback in just 3-5 years.
Energy Protect Clear Insulating Paint | Proven Performance, Tested and Re-tested Worldwide for Over a Decade
For many years, people have been programmed to think insulation has to be thick to work well.
But just as phones and computers have continued to get smaller at the same time as becoming more powerful, the same is true of the insulating technology behind our Energy Protect insulation for homes and commercial buildings.
Nano-engineering allows us to greatly reduce heat transfer in a thin film layer – just three coats of Energy Protect have been tested to reduce heat transmission by 34.8%, as tested over 8cm concrete wall sections with plaster.
Its understandable that even though everyone is excited to hear that a thin film coating that is easily painted onto surfaces can provide significant insulation, for some it sounds too good to be true.
Thats why we wanted to take a moment to share some of the independent testing data and real world field studies that have substantiated the thermal performance, as well as the mold/mildew resistance, corrosion prevention, and UV resistance of our patented technology.
You can also see a quick overview on our website here: www.synavax.com/synavax-independent-testing-data
Independent Testing Data
The test standards referenced below have been developed by the International Standards Organizations of ASTM and ISO, as well as other standard testing authorities, such as British Petroleum (BP) and General Motors (GM).
ASTM stands for the American Society for Testing and Materials and is an international standards organization that develops and publishes voluntary consensus technical standards for a wide range of materials, products, systems, and services.
ISO stands for International Organization for Standardization and is an international standard-setting body composed of representatives from various national standards organizations.
The referenced tests below have been performed by Accredited Third Party Laboratories.