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Title: Heat Reflective Coatings & Stucco


1
Heat Reflective Coatings Stucco
  • presented by
  • Uni-Glaze
  • Heat Reflective Waterproofing Solutions

2
Californias Energy Crisis
  • Utilities barely able to maintain energy demands
  • Cal ISO
  • Blackouts occur when operating reserves fall
    below 1.5
  • Blackouts begin at stage 3 emergency level

3
Californias Blackouts Statistics 2001 Crisis
  • Happened twice in year 2001
  • 675,000 homes without power in N. California
  • 500,000 homes without power in California
  • Temperatures 87F
  • Source CNN

4
Problems
  • Temperatures exceed 90F
  • Property homeowners use AC to cool down
  • Massive combined use overloaded the system
  • System collapses
  • Rolling blackouts
  • Other Variables
  • Low water levels
  • Power companies deregulated
  • No new power plants being built

5
Environmental Impact Related To Heat
  • Increased Urban Pollution
  • SMOG
  • created by photochemical reaction of pollutant
  • in air due to heat
  • Ozone depletion
  • HAPS
  • all accelerated by heat
  • Green House emissions
  • Air advisory alerts
  • need to burn more fossil fuels to generate
    electricity, therefore more pollution
  • Urban Heat Island Effect
  • Releases Carcinogenic Fumes

6
Urban Heat Island Effect
7
Temperature x Smog
8
The Vicious Cycle of Heat
HOT DAY
INCREASED USE OF AIR CONDITIONING
SYSTEM CRASH
OVERLOADING THE UTILITIES
THE VICIOUS CYCLE OF HEAT
ENERGY LEVELS DIP BELOW 1.5
BURNING MORE FOSSIL FUELS TO SUPPLY ENERGY
HIGHER RELIANCE ON FOREING FUEL IMPORTS
EMMISION OF CO2, NO2, SO2
ATMOSPHERE IS POLLUTED AND LEADS TO SMOG, OZONE
DEPLETION, AND GREEN HOUSE EFFECT
ELECTRICITY GETS MORE EXPENSIVE
9
Health Effects - Air Quality Index
  • Air Quality Index
  • 0-50
  • 51-100
  • 101-150
  • 151-200
  • 201-250
  • 251-300
  • Everything above 100
  • is considered a
  • public health problem. Four of the ten worst air
    quality cites in the USA are in California.

10
Cost Effective Solution
  • Lower the ambient temperature within the
    building envelope
  • Lower the demand for cooling systems
  • Lower propensity for SMOG and OZONE depletion
  • How do we achieve this ?

11
By Stopping Heat Ingress Before It
Penetrates The Substrate !
  • Roofs
  • Exterior walls, especially West and East
  • Pavements

North
By applying a permanent exterior radiant barrier
that encapsulates the building envelope you
reduce heat ingress, lower SMOG and OZONE
depletion, and save on electrical costs.
West
East
South
12
Federal Industry Initiatives
  • Federal
  • (proactive measures)
  • Title 24 for commercial roofs
  • Amendment in years 2005 and 2010
  • No law for exterior coatings, only interior
    radiant barriers
  • No law for stucco
  • LBNL
  • University of California Berkeley
  • ORNL/DOE
  • Industry
  • (reactive measures)
  • Electric solar vents
  • Interior radiant wall barriers
  • Interior radiant roof barriers
  • Air conditioning
  • Solar Panels
  • Insulation Foam

13
Proactive Approach Stop the heat before it
enters home!
  • By covering the entire house with heat reflective
    coating like Thermoshield,
  • we can eliminate
  • Solar vents solar panels
  • Interior radiant barriers
  • Roof radiant barriers
  • Insulation foam in the roof deck
  • and reduce need for ...
  • Energy efficient windows
  • Air conditioning
  • Insulation

14
The Science of Heat Reflective Coatings
  • The Suns Energy
  • 57 thermal emittance
  • 40 solar reflectance
  • 3 UV

EPA CRRC (Flat roof 212 or less) SR 65(50
after 3 years) 70 TE Nothing 75 SR 25
(15 after 3 years) 40 (pitched roof 212 or
greater) TE Nothing 75 Manufacturers Self
Test No Manufacturer Self Test. Accredited,
independent Labs only
15
Uni-Glaze Results
  • PRI Technologies, Tampa Florida (CRRC accredited
    lab)
  • SR 0.80 0.88 (ASTM C 1549)
  • TE 0.88 0.87 ( ASTM C 1371)
  • SRI 98.9 and 110.5 (ASTM E 1980)
  • Highest heat reflective colors in USA.
  • New Thermoshield Supa expected to rate highest
    white in USA.
  • CRRC - Cool Roof Rating Council
  • EPA - Environmental Protection Agency

16
Heat Reflective Test on Asphalt
17
R Value
  • ORNL 1989 study
  • Theoretically can not assign a R value to a
    coating

18
Heat Reflective Coating Comparative Analysis
  • Heat Reflective Thermoplastic
    Conventional Paint
  • VOCs 40-90 gr/l High VOCs
  • SCAQMD Rule 1113
  • No HAPs Some HAPs
  • Fights Urban Heat Island Effect Contributes to
    urban heat island effect
  • Lowers Ozone Doesnt nothing
  • SMOG
  • Green House Emissions
  • Prop 65 N/A
  • Non-flammable N/A
  • Retards Carcinogenic Fumes N/A

Environment
  • Highly efficient No efficiency
  • Prevents heat ingress Allows heat ingress
  • Save on air conditioning 20-25 No savings
  • Provide better occupant comfort levels Provides
    no comfort levels
  • Improves indoor air quality No indoor air
    quality

Energy Efficiency
19
Heat Reflective Coating Comparative Analysis
  • Heat Reflective Paint
  • Appearance
  • Matt, Satin, Gloss
  • Infinite colors
  • Durability
  • Roof 10 plus years
  • Walls 10-15 years
  • Insulation
  • Insulates even with no R value
  • Keeps heat out
  • Cost Effectiveness
  • 20-35 per gallon
  • Avoid 1-2 painting cycles within 15-years period
  • More cost-effective in long run
  • Cost comparable to conventional paint
  • Conventional Paint
  • Appearance
  • Matt, Satin, Gloss
  • Infinite colors
  • Durability
  • Manufacturers recommend 3-5 years
  • Elastomeric coatings 5-7 years
  • Insulation
  • Has no insulation
  • Allow heat to permeate
  • Cost Effectiveness
  • 15-35 per gallon
  • Several painting cycles within 15-years
    period
  • Less cost-effective in long run
  • Cost similar to heat reflective coatings

20
Heat Reflective Stucco
  • Description
  • Thermoplastic render system - not elastromeric
  • Sophisticated heat blocking pigments
  • Thermal mass x Thermotex The most energy
    efficient system
  • Rated by CRRC
  • The only one in existence
  • Unbreakable (Heat reflective stucco does not
    break when bended)
  • Excellent on both horizontal and vertical walls
  • Properties
  • Non-flammable
  • Hail resistant
  • Mildew resistant
  • Wind resistant
  • Low maintenance
  • Breathable
  • Ceramic micro spheres for troweling
  • Waterproofing membrane

21
Future Benefits Advanced Technology
  • Environmental concerns
  • Federal and state governments demand better
    energy efficient products
  • Consumers demand more energy efficient products
  • Not elastomeric coating
  • Competitive advantage

22
Uni-Glaze Products
  • Naturaltex
  • Thermotex
  • Thermoshield
  • Acrylic Glaze Coat

23
  • This presentation was created with help of
  • Dr. Lisa Gartland, PositivEnergy, Advisor to
    California Energy Commission
  • Dr. Robin Clarke, Chief Thermal Energy Scientist
    (CSIRO)
  • For more information please call
  • 1-88 UNI-GLAZE
  • www.uni-glaze.com
  • Rubens Custom Painting, Inc.
  • 1-800-554-7655
  • Certified Uni-Glaze Product Applicator
  • License 753977
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