Shieldcoat's THERMOBOND Heat Reflective Coating comes in 4 and 15 litre pails and a range of eight light colours and also Arctic White, to suit your style. The coating needs to be light in colour for the heat reflective properties to work properly. Shieldcoat's THERMOBOND Heat Reflective Coating is very easy to apply and washes up with water!
Were would I use THERMOBOND HRC Roofing Paint?
Shieldcoat's THERMOBOND HRC is a heat reflective paint that is what the 'HRC' stands for, Heat Reflective (or reflectant) Coating. You can use Shieldcoat's THERMOBOND Heat Reflective Coating on concrete tile roofs, factory colour coated steel (Colorbond) roofs or walls, fibro (asbestos) roof or walls, galvanised iron roofs or walls, cement sheeting walls, non-glazed terracotta tile roofs and zinc/aluminium coated steel roofs or walls. For more details, see the THERMOBOND HRC App Pdf on the right of this page.
You can spray or roll Shieldcoat's THERMOBOND Heat Reflective Coating onto the surface that you need to coat.
How good is THERMOBOND HRC Roofing Paint?
Shieldcoat's THERMOBOND Heat Reflective Coating can reduce the internal temperature by up to 30%, this will reducing your energy bills by a similar percentage. Shieldcoat's THERMOBOND Heat Reflective Coating reflects visible, infra red and ultra violet energy from the sun, this prevents the substrate (eg metal/tile roof, cement sheet/fibro walls) from heating up and then radiating the heat into the building. THERMOBOND Heat Reflective Coating heat reflective coating in Arctic White has a high solar reflectance with a rating of 110.5 S.R.I. (Solar Reflective Index). Also Shieldcoat's THERMOBOND Heat Reflective Coating releases heat build up quickly due to it's good emissivity, therefore you are not getting the radiant heat still coming into the building after the sun has gone down. The result of using THERMOBOND Heat Reflective Coating is that you will have to spend a lot less on cooling your house or building. Shieldcoat's THERMOBOND Heat Reflective Coating is rain water safe after 7 days.
THERMOBOND Heat Reflective Coating is also guaranteed for 10 years.
Do you want more details on THERMOBOND HRC Roofing Paint? - SEE PDF’s ON RIGHT SIDE OF THIS PAGE.
Yes, you need to apply a sealer to your roof before applying THERMOBOND Heat Reflective Coating.
It depends on the type of roof you have as to the type of sealer that you will require. If you have cement/concrete or a non glazed terracotta tiled roof then you will need
Shieldcoat’s SHIELDSEAL W, if you have a factory colour coated steel (Colorbond) roof you will need apply Shieldcoat’s SHIELDSEAL W Plus, for a zinc/aluminium coated steel, galvanised iron or asbestos/fibro roof you will need to apply Shieldcoat’s SHIELDSEAL T or Shieldcoat’s SHIELDSEAL W Plus, this will ensure a proper adhesion and longevity out of your roof coating THERMOBOND Heat Reflective Coating. To see details of the specific sealer for your job you can either click on each hyper link or select the sealer you need from the 'Sealer/Primers' sub category under the ‘Paints’ category on the left side of this page.
Yes, there is a 10 year warranty with THERMOBOND Heat Reflective Coating if you have it applied by a qualified professional painter.
However for DIY the application instructions must be followed thoroughly for you to get more than ten long years out of your roof coating. To find the DIY application instructions see the question 'How do I apply THERMOBOND Heat Reflective Coating?' FAQ below.
Yes, after 7 days from applying the last coat of THERMOBOND Heat Reflective Coating it is safe to collect drinking water.
You need to treat it first with Shieldcoat’s RUSTSEAL or Shieldcoat’s RUSTSHIELD W, see under the sub categories Roof Coatings or Sealers and Primers which is under the ‘Paints’ category on the left side of this page.
In the top right corner of this page there is a coverage calculator in a blue box. All you need to do is type in how many coats you will need to apply, then the dimensions OR the square meters that you need to cover, then press the red tick box, the calculator it will work out the quantity that you will need to do your job.
Details on applying this product can be found in two places on this website,
1. On the DIY How To Projects information pages, on that page just select the job that you are needing to do from the blue list on the left side and that will take you to the page that has the detailed step by step process of your job methods of application for THERMOBOND Heat Reflective Coating.
2. Or you can download the product and application PDF's in the top right corner of this page.
Yes, you can use a roller to apply THERMOBOND Heat Reflective Coating, however it is designed to be applied by spray gun, as you get far superior finish due to being able to evenly apply each coat and get good build without getting runs. If you don't own a spray gun you can either buy one on this website see the 'Spray Equipment' category on the left of this page or you can hire them from your local hire company.
THERMOBOND Heat Reflective Coating comes in a standard range of colours, which you can view from the drop down list titled 'Colour Chart' that is above the photo of the product on this page. Or you can request a price for any other colour, you like some colours may incur an additional charge.
THERMOBOND Heat Reflective Coating is a reflective coating, for a coating to reflect it needs to be light in colour otherwise the coating will absorb the heat instead of reflect the heat. If it is a darker colour it will counteract the heat reflective additive properties of THERMOBOND Heat Reflective Coating.
See the question above 'Why are the colours of THERMOBOND Heat Reflective Coating all light colours?'.
No, we don't have a clear coating of THERMOBOND Heat Reflective Coating, as THERMOBOND Heat Reflective Coating needs a base colour so it can reflect. However, we do have a non heat reflective clear coating, it's called Shieldcoat’s ROOFBOND Roofing paint (Clear Glaze), see the details by clicking on the product below, in the Roof Coating category.