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The 'Touchy - Feely' sales pitch.

It is hard for many to believe that a thick coat of paint can have the insulation benefit that  some radiant control coatings have.  It is…

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What this RCC will do on an exterior wall compared to standard paint.

On this particular discussion I can only speak for the RCC I have worked with for all these years. The largest number of applications I hav…

Started by Hal Skinner

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How our ceramic based RCC works

How our RCC works. There are other ceramic / water based RCCs out there.  Although I have tested against many of them, side by side, I am o…

Started by Hal Skinner

3 Oct 9
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Rooftop A/C units and exposed ductwork

Lets start a discussion about rooftop A/C units and exposed ductwork.   The worst place to put a metal A/C unit is where?  Yeah, on the roo…

Started by Hal Skinner

12 Sep 22
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Improved acoustics

Some RCCs claim to improve acoustics .  Here are a few examples of ours.

Started by Hal Skinner

0 Sep 21

Walmart goes green in Texas

We applied cour RCC to 5 Walmart superstores in Texas.  Worked great and they wanted it.  Then they wanted to know our costs on everything…

Started by Hal Skinner

0 Sep 17

The ice cream freezer and Grandma's house

So you will understand a little better how an RCC works.  I am going to describe two scenarios and ask you if you have ever experienced the…

Started by Hal Skinner

0 Sep 10

The 'Touchy - Feely' sales pitch.

It is hard for many to believe that a thick coat of paint can have the insulation benefit that  some radiant control coatings have.  It is…

Started by Hal Skinner

4 Aug 25
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I will put something in perspective here re Fire Safety and some RCCs

From Wikipedia;  "The maximum adiabatic flame temperature a propane torch can achieve with air is 1,995 °C (3,623 °F)."  I was told they bu…

Started by Hal Skinner

0 Aug 13

Combining energy efficiency with fire safety

Every federal agency that tests fire retardancy of products, materials and buildings systems always say the same thing at the end of those…

Started by Hal Skinner

2 Aug 12
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MODULAR CLASSROOMS, RCC vs standard paint and RETAINING HEAT

Two identical classrooms.  One coated with our RCC, the other with standard paint.  Statement, photo and meter readings.  Comparison made i…

Started by Hal Skinner

0 Aug 12

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