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Radiant barrier roof coating and paint applied to refrigerated metal building, Texas

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Comment by Hal Skinner on November 4, 2010 at 9:10am
Applying our radiant barrier coating to the roof and exterior walls of this refrigerated metal building (egg processing plant) dropped the roof temperature from 186 degrees down to 110 degrees on a 105 degree afternoon. It also dropped the attic air temperature 60 degrees and their heat gain dropped by 50.3%.. 35 and 60 degree temperature zones maintained inside.... ...

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