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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.


    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

    Customer Comments Below:


    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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    I used it on all the external wall in our house. It worked very well. We have a older house with brick walls - no cavity - so this was the most cost effective way to insulate. The walls are noticeably warmer. Thanks

    By Brenda Home Owner Manchester, Thermilate Additive

    Comments: I am just a regular homeowner of a 1901 late Victorian. In the stairway going to the finished attic, there is not enough headroom for any kind of insulation. I gave the ceiling and walls 2 coats of paint with Thermilate, and the difference is really phenomenal. Thanks for making such a useful and affordable product. I've ordered 5 more containers and can't wait to start painting more!

    By Jim Mileski Home Owner, Thermilate Additive

    I bought some Thermilate from you quite a while ago and I would like to report on the results I had after using the product. I live in an old stone cottage in the Pennines, the sort with thick walls and mullion windows. The mullions consist of a slab of gritstone with a depth of about six inches. Because the stone mullion is both external and internal the inner surface is always cool. As a result, mainly in the bedrooms, condensation appears on the inner surface each morning and encourages the growth of moulds. I had been having problems with this for years with frequent redecoration needed. In spring 2002 I painted the inside of the mullions again, but this time I added Thermilate to the emulsion. The result is that after over one year of use, I have not touched the mullions and the growth of mould is almost negligible. It is definitely a success. My friend lives in Cork and had purchased a house that had some mould on part of the internal walls. Investigation showed that the problem was not caused by rising damp, but was due to the construction of the walls. It appears that many houses there are built with a single leaf of a large concrete blocks. External walls that have poor air circulation, such as behind cupboards, are prone to condensation and mould growth. Last year I gave my friend a packet of Thermilate and he painted it on the affected walls. To date he has had no recurrence of mould growth. Sorry it has taken so long to get this to you, but I wanted to be absolutely sure whether or not the stuff worked before I was prepared to comment on it. Many thanks for your help.

    By Alan Shepard Home Owner Yorkshire, Thermilate Additive

    “I have a bedroom that can be quite cold and condensation is a problem on the walls. I repainted the walls with emulsion that had Thermilate in it last March and no mould or mildew has reappeared since. I also found that the room was a lot more cosy. Thermilate works, no doubt about it” Maura C Cavan (name with held as requested)

    By Maura - Cavan Home Owner, Thermilate Insulating Paint 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 used it in an extension and the effect of the extra heat was very noticeable” 

    By Kevin Flynn Home Owner, Thermilate Insulating Paint Additive

    "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

    We used the paint in the back bedroom and also installed a ventilaion system in the attic and together they seem to have stopped the problem with black around the window and wall.

    By Bev Rees Home Owner, Thermilate Additive

    “I used the Thermilate powder in 2 locations but one was my rented-out house so cannot give feedback on thermal results. The second location was a very damp bathroom with a north facing wall. I spoke to the manager of Brewers in Tunbridge Wells where I have an account. We decided I should mix the powder with a water-based eggshell so that the surface could not absorb any moisture to grow mould in (a very mouldy bathroom,by the way). The ceiling had 2 coats and was 100% successful. The walls only got one coat and after about 1 year the mould is breaking through and I'm about to clean that off and put the second coat on. I am talking about an extreme environment here! Colour: Whilst the powder looks like it will affect the paint shade, it does not. If it does, it's by an infinitely small amount. Mixing: It mixed with the two types of paint I used very well and stays bound in the paint whilst you are using it. Application: The second coat is a bit hard going, feeling like a cross between painting and plastering but for most fit decorators, I doubt they would notice that much. The benefits far outweigh this though. I would use it in problem areas again but in future will be working on buildings where I can control the vapour permeabilty of the walls and so would be keen to hear from you if any work has been done on whether this type of paint/powder is vapour permeable or not.” Best wishes

    By Karen Bannochie Home Owner, Thermilate Additive

    Dear Sir or Madam.

    Just a note to say thank you for a great product! We used Thermilate on the interior walls and ceilings of our new home. I have steel framed home and wanted to make sure there was no hosting on the walls from hear/cold transfer and that there was minimal loss of heat.

    When we got our first gas bill for winter weather I was surprised. It was twice what my neighbours were. I knew my heat wasn't coming on very much and I shouldn't use that much gas. I called the heating contractor immediately. They didn't think that my bill was excessive for the size house I have. (It is 3, 850 Sq. Ft. in size) but with all I had done to be energy efficient 1 felt that my gas

    bill was very high!. I also called the insulation people to see if we needed more insulation in the attic. The insulation contractor had me do a few tests, while we were waiting on the Heating and Air-conditioning contractor, to see if we had a lot of heat loss through the ceiling. We had 9" of snow the day before and it was 26 degrees outside so it was a good time to do this type of testing! I had a temperature difference of 8 degrees from the top of the insulation and the attic air temperature, which means I had very little heat loss through the ceiling. Next I checked the temperature difference inside the house between the sitting area and the ceiling. The average was 2 degrees. With ten-foot high ceilings there is usually a 10 deg. temperature difference between the floor and ceiling! . The Insulation contractor was stunned! I then proceeded to tell him about Thermilate and gave him your web address so that he could get more information! The Heating and Air conditioning people finally found the trouble with the heater, it was a bad computer board that was turning on the gas without the thermostat calling for heat so it was burning gas but the dampers didn't open for the heat to go into the house. When it was fixed my gas usage dropped to less than a third of what it was before!

    The outside temperature was in the seventies yesterday and the house was 72 degrees inside when we went to bed. When we got up in the morning it was 44 degrees outside and when I checked the gas meter no gas had been used by the heater all night and the inside temperature was still 70 degrees. (Only a 2-degree overnight interior temperature drop!)

    I strongly recommend the use of Thermilate for anyone who wants to maintain a comfortable home and who desires to reduce their energy expenses!


    By Linda Bell Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Thermilate Additive
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