The Ultimate Radiant Control Coating RCC. Reduces Energy and Beautifies at the Same Time! A Major University study proves that Liquid China can save over 52% on energy consumption. By the utilization of ceramic platelets suspended into its copolymer, elastic formula, these microscopic platelets have the ability to form an overlapping ceramic shield during the drying process. This ceramic shield has the ability to dissipate heat at a very rapid rate...
Has a Class “A” Type “1″ fire rating Flame Spread: 10 Adds Zero Smoke Adds Zero Fuel to a Fire
As impossible as it sounds, Liquid China now distributes a ceramic paint that insulates, is a Certified Fire Retardant (Class A, Type 1), suppress sound, encapsulates lead and asbestos, and applies and looks like regular paint.
The Reflective Barrier- Fire Retardant- Asbestos Encapsulant covering which gives you:
- All Interior and Exterior Vertical Surfaces
- Roofing Surfaces
- HVAC Equipment and ductwork
- Miscellaneous Applications on surfaces of wood,metal, cementitious substrates, stucco,plaster, gypsum board, bituminous materials and painted surfaces.
- Can be Tinted to match any paint color
- Drys to a super hard finish
- Impervious to Outside Elements and Atmospheric Conditions
As impossible as it sounds, Liquid China is a ceramic paint that insulates, is a Certified Fire Retardant (Class A, Type 1), suppresses sound, encapsulates lead and asbestos, and applies and looks like regular paint.Request for a Quote Read more
Testing performed at University of Nevada, Las Vegas, June 1 to July 12, 1994, Arid Regions Testing Laboratory, Mechanical Engineering Department, UNLV.
Conditions of Testing: Test Chambers (two separate huts) having 6-inch thick Styrofoam panel sandwiched between two 0.5 inch particle boards having an approximate R value of 22.
Hut 1 was coated with Liquid China on the interior and exterior surface while Hut 2 has no ceramic coating. Temperatures during testing: Highs Upper 90′s to 115*F. Lows: High 60′s to 90*F.
During the period of June 1 thru June 20,1994, Hut 2 used 43.32% more energy for cooling than Hut 1. During the period of July 1 through July 12,1994, Hut 2 used 43.02% more energy for cooling than Hut 1. (Complete results available upon request)