Rhino Shield Ceramic Coating Increases R-Value

Written by Roxanne Ecklund on October 19, 2013

Rhino Shield ceramic coating acts as insulation to increase the R-Value of your home.

R-value is a measure of thermal resistance used in the building industry. It is the Ratio of the temperature difference across an insulating building material and the heat flux (heat transfer per unit area per unit time) through it. The Rvalue being expressed in units of thermal resistance. This is the unit value of any particular material. It is expressed as the thickness of the material divided by the thermal conductivity.

Georgia Coatings proudly uses only Rhino Shield coating in place of standard paint. It is composed of tiny ceramic microspheres that cling tighter, bond better, and provide a thicker barrier of protection against wind, heat, moisture and extreme cold for exterior (as well as interior) surfaces. This thicker coating acts as insulation as well, improving the overall R-Value of your home.

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