QA HRC (Heat Reduction Coating)
A highly effective heat reduction coating for roofs & walls to add many benefits
- Cooler rooms
- Reduced air conditioning costs / no need to have one
- Cooler work environments
Quite simply in the Australian environment it is a smart option. The ceramic spheres used in Alliance HRC are similar to that used in the space shuttle tiles. The ceramic spheres are hollow & extremely heat resistant & reflective. To be effective Alliance HRC needs to be applied at a minimum of 2m²/ltr giving a dry film build of 300 microns. At this level the hollow spheres become highly efficient at heat dissipation & reflection.
Area of use
- Industrial sheds – roofs & walls
- Animal enclosures (eg chook sheds)
- Housing, particularly in outback/hot areas
- Commercial buildings
- Mine sites & work sheds
- Refrigerated trucks
Use a water blaster to remove all debris such as loose & chalky paint, mould, dirt & the weathered surface layer of the roof, particularly for tiled roofs.
Fibro roofs that are not allowed to be water blasted should be treated with Alliance Mould Destroyer & then scrubbed off with a stiff bristle broom with hosing.
Apply 2 coats at 4m²/ltr using an airless spray gun giving a total of 2m²/ltr & a dry film build of 300 micron. The finish of Alliance HRC is of a matt gloss level so if a higher gloss is desired it can be overcoated with an Alliance clear or coloured gloss or semi-gloss topcoat. This will not affect the thermal resistance.
Clean up – water