Energy-saving paints? Is it possible that using thermal insulating paint on the outside or inside of a building will lead to savings on heating or cooling bills, and will even have an impact on the fight against global warming? The manufacturer is certain. Phoenix EcoTherm™ paints affect the heat transfer process to and from an insulated wall or roof, which has an impact on the potential energy savings when heating or cooling the premises. Organic spheres, i.e. glass microspheres filled with a noble gas, are added to the paint. These are lighter than air and, while the thermal insulating paint is drying, become denser to form a protective barrier that impedes thermal energy transfer in both directions, thus reflecting thermal radiation such as sunlight, but also heat generated by radiators in rooms.
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