Surface Coatings Association New Zealand
Solar Heat Reflection in
Waterborne Acrylic Elastomeric Roof Coatings
Kevin Rink, 3M Application Engineer Specialist
Anita Hajetian, 3M Senior Application Engineer
The expanding residential building market has resulted a higher demand on electricity for cooling in warmer climate regions. This demand has created opportunities for coatings companies to investigate solar heat reflective coatings as a means to combat the increasing energy costs. 3M™ Glass Bubbles are free-flowing powders consisting of thin-walled hollow glass microspheres and provide a wide range of applications such as solar reflective paint. White elastomeric waterborne acrylic roof coatings made with 3M Glass Bubbles can offer formulators an alternative to other conventional fillers used in these coatings.
Around the world, 3M glass bubbles are helping to increase productivity…meet new design challenges…enhance product performance…and turn “what’s possible” into “what’s next”.
Join us for an informative session on how 3M Glass Bubbles offer increased solar reflectance and thermal advantages, which in turn could result in energy savings. Register now and don’t miss out how you can produce solar heat reflective roof coatings.
To register for the webinar click here
Thank you to William Coxmin Minerals for letting us know about this.
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