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    Insulating Additive for All Paints

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    Insulating Paint Additive,Cuts Heat Loss, Stops Mould

    Thermilate Insulating Paint Additive Reduces Heat Loss in Your Home or Property through INTERNAL, EXTERNAL WALLS  CEILINGS

    Having been featured on several TV programmes such as BBC'S TOMORROW'S WORLD, Changing Room, THERMILATE, the revolutionary, durable paint additive that makes paint insulate is now available to home owners, maintenance  painting contractors.

    This very practical product can be added to virtually any kind of paint… from interior emulsion, exterior masonry paint, gloss paint on steel, you name it. In all cases, it will reduce heat loss out through the substrate.

    AND… it also works the other way around, if you wanted to keep heat inside pipes, hot water tank etc, the Thermilate additive reduces heat loss when 2 or 3 coats of treated paint are applied to the pipe etc.The two images on the right aboveshows Thermilate used in oil based paint on inside of a steel barge to stop / reduce condensation on the steel walls.

    Steel Roof Condensation

    Another handy application we have been told about which gets excellent results was where condensation occurs on underside of a steel roof, also known as steel roof condensation such as commonly found on corrugated steel, sheds / workshops, steel containers  so on. In this scenario, the handiest option is add the Thermilate to any appropriate paint and apply a coat or better still two coats.

    Idea is to apply 2 or 3 coats of any oil based paint with one bottle of Thermilate per 5 Litres of paint.

    MAIN BENEFITS

    Saves on heating bills because less heat / energy will be required for the same results.

    Reduces or eliminates mould on 'cold walls' etc

    Helps reduce condensation / damp wall problems

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    Thermilate Insulating Paint Additive can be used in conjunction with our Warmcoat Advanced… Use the Warmcoat for the first two coats and add the Thermilate Additive to the final COLOUR coat.

    Available in 1 litre bottle – enough for 5 litres of any paint.

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    "My son's room faces north and west and now when you put the heating on, the room heats up much faster." You can feel the difference - the air seems to warm up better and quicker."

    By Jonathan Thompson home owner, Thermilate Additive

    Yes I bought the powder additive which I mixed with either dulux paint or crown pain which was to make the bedroom warmer and also to help us with cols pots in corners of the walls which was getting mould which have helped 80%, Its been used to paint our daughters bedroom as in her room it has thin wallpaper so we added this to it to bring the room up to temperature which worked fine. Regards

    By J BOLDY Home Owner, Thermilate Additive

    I used the product internally but only on outside walls of a house where it would have been expensive and difficult to do any other insulation. I used the powder in a tempera (velvet finish) paint which covers imperfections very well. The colours were strong colours. The powder was very easy to mix into the paint.
    The powder didn't noticeably change the colour or the finish of the paint when dry. There is a noticable difference to the touch of the temperature of the wall and on one particularly cold wall it stopped a draft coming down the wall. Having said this it is hard to put any numbers to the temperature of the rooms where it has been applied or to any saving in money but I would say that the rooms are more comfortable and I have been showing the product off to friends. Regards

    By L. Taxis, Thermilate Additive

    I would just like to leave my comments about an amazing product that does exactly what it says it says on the packet...INSULATES! The paint additive, Thermalite, really does work. I live in an old stone cottage on top of a hill (very, very windy and stormy). Over the years my husband and I have dry-lined our cottage but there was a north facing wall in the kitchen which we never got round to doing so we decided to try Thermalite instead. The difference in the heat that is retained in my kitchen now is very noticeable. Even on a mild day the kitchen used to feel quite cool. Not any more. It just feels so cosy. We are so impressed by this product that we are ordering more! I can't recommend it enough and it certainly deserves a 5 star rating.

    By Trudy Cowx Home Owner Clare, Thermilate Additive

    I used it on an old building with single skin stone walls which have always felt cold. I was pleased with the slightly textured finish I achieved on smooth walls. When I get round to decorating the other rooms I will be using Thermilate. I'm not sure whether it makes the room warmer. I also have a 1930s built house I am renovating  where I will use Thermilate. So far I have used the powder which I found easy to mix. I will be comparing your 'readymixed' paint on the bathroom with mixing the powder with a kitchen paint. Regads,

    By Marion O'Shea Home Owner, Thermilate Additive

    Dear Sir
    We are writing to tell you how pleased I am with Thermilate and to say thank you for making my sunroom a Comfort to be in.
    We have a sunroom with brick walls the sunroom used to feel like an ice box and the walls were always cold.
    The solutions we were offered were expensive and disruptive and then we read about Thermilate and decided to give it a try.
    We painted one wall to see how well it worked to our amazement the wall felt warmer as soon as the paint dried.
    Well needless to say we now have a fully insulated sunroom which is now nice and warm and no longer feels cold.
    Never thought our insulation problem could be solved so easy and simply.Its just so simple that I am amazed. We are so pleased we look forward to using Thermilate in the rest of the house. Please forward details of other new Thermilate products

    By Mrs Tan Home Owner Oxford, Thermilate Additive

    So far so good, does seem a bit warmer. It was very easy to use and worked wonders at covering up small cracks. Yes I do need some more please, which I guess sums up what I think. Regards,

    By Alan Huddleston Home Owner, Thermilate Additive

    " I used Thermilate in 2 bedrooms, where I always had a condensation problem. We’d tried cleaning it off on a number of occasions, and tried lots of other things to get rid of it. But it would always come back.  We applied Thermilate in both rooms. We really cannot believe Thermilate has completely eliminated the condensation. It also came with an added benefit, the room is now a lot warmer. I have a similar problem in my lounge, which is quite large, and we will be buying some more to use there too. I really would recommend Thermilate to anyone."

    By Mrs V Leith Home Owner Doncaster, Thermilate Additive

    "Thermilate was used in my kitchen, unbelievably as it says, it has actually helped prevent the condensation.  Thermilate was extremely easy to use and apply, I applied 2 coats with Thermilate, and 1 coat with no Thermilate mixed in the paint, for a perfectly smooth finish. Brilliant.  I also have a condensation problem in the bathroom, I just can’t wait to get painting in the bathroom too.

    By Mr Kimber Home Owner Hampshire, Thermilate Additive

    Like most insulating type products, better in some areas than others. I mixed it with masonry paint and painted a section of the outside of my house and it appears to be quite effective. Because of the granular nature of thermalite you have to be careful if you want a paint finish wall, for which I would recommend further coats of un-thermalite paint on top. A recommended use would be under lining paper before wallpapering externals walls; this appears to be very effective measure against cold walls, especially older solid type walls. Hope that helpful as feedback Best Regards

    By Darren Bird Home Owner, Thermilate Additive
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