Coo-Var Solar Reflective Paint Aluminium
Coo-Var Solar Reflective Paint - Aluminium is a bituminous based aluminium paint used to deflect sunlight to reduce heat build up, inside and outside.
- Can be used on stable felt, concrete, wood and brick
- Apply by brush or roller
- Bituminous-based aluminium paint
- Ideal for year-round use
- Extends the lifespan of roofing
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Coo-Var Solar Reflective Paint - Aluminium is a bituminous based aluminium paint used to deflect sunlight to reduce heat build up, inside and outside. It is designed to reflect and dissipate heat and sunlight on roofs. Can be used on stable felt, concrete, wood and brick.
All surfaces should be clean, dry, sound and free from contaminants. Existing painted surfaces should be cleaned, degreased and sanded to ensure an adequate "key" is produced. Remove all loose, flaking material and treat bare areas as new substrate then prepare accordingly.
Important to ensure no sediment is left on the bottom of the can and product is thouroughly mixed.
As dictated by normal good painting practice. In confined spaces, provide adequate ventilation during application and drying.
Coo-Var Solar Reflecting - Aluminium.
Not suitable for unstable surfaces.
- Stable felt
Please contact Rawlins Paints' Technical Support Team on 0113 2455450 for more information.
- Pack Size
- Base Type
- Bituminous based
- Brush, Roller
- Dry to Recoat (at 20°C)
- 12 hours
- 4-6m² per litre
- Recommended Thinner/Cleaner
- Do not thin
- Solids by Volume
- Touch Dry
- 3 Hours
- Highly Reflective Sheen
- Recommended Dry Film Thickness
- 45-50 microns
- Recommended Wet Film Thickness
- 120 microns
- UN Number
|Eric on 2021-07-21 16:56:02|| |
Can I use this to overpaint a roof on which I have recently applied bulletproof mono?
Assuming you are looking for a solar reflective paint, teh roof is clean, dry, sound and prepared as detailed in the Technical data sheet we can recommend Bullet Roof Mono Top in white.
|David on 2021-03-17 13:29:44|| |
Can this paint be used to paint the top of the painted metal roof of a large storage/transport container to reduce the heat build up due to the sun?
Coo-Var Solar Reflective Paint Aluminium can only be recommended for application to felt, asphalt, wood, brick and concrete.
Assuming the shipping container is previously painted, clean, dry sound and prepared as detailed in the Technical Data Sheet we can recommend Eagle DoubleCoat Pro-Reflect Liquid Waterproofing.
|Christopher Dow on 2019-04-07 17:33:32|| |
Is this suitable for use on an asphalt shingle roof please? I understand they should be "sealed" to allow moisture to dissipate
Coo-Var Solar Reflective Paint Aluminium can be applied directly on to an asphalt shingle roof providing it is clean and dry prior to application.
|Jayne on 2018-06-25 21:59:01|| |
Hi, I have a dog grooming cabin....basically a wooden shed. It gets crazy hot in summer, despite open windows, doors and air cooler and fans! Do you think solar reflecting paint will help? its a sloped roof with felt Many thanks
Yes, a solar reflective paint on the roof would definitely help reduce some heat build up. On bare, pitched felt Coo-Var Solar Reflective Paint Aluminium or Coo-Var Solar Reflective Paint White would be ideally suited.
|rodney on 2018-02-13 16:43:41|| |
can you use on pro polycarbonate ?
Coo-Var Solar Reflective Paint Aluminium can only be recommended for application to felt, asphalt, wood, brick and concrete. There is a chance that the solvents in the coating could attack polycarbonate and result in stress cracking. Bedec Super-Flex may be more suited for your application, ensure the surface is cleaned thoroughly and lightly sanded to provide a key. Apply directly as per instructions and carry out a test area prior to full application to ensure adhesion, compatibility, etc.
|Kit on 2017-10-09 17:50:50|| |
Question: Can your aluminium reflective paint be applied over black jack?
This should be OK but we would recommend a test is carried out first to ensure adhesion, compatibility, etc.
|Peter on 2016-08-08 07:16:25|| |
Question: Can the aluminium paint be applied to polycarbonate?
No, but you can use Bedec Super-Flex for this application.