Ceramic coatings and Cenospheres
This is not intended to be a scientific exposé on ceramic coatings but a simple, factual and easy to understandreport on the technical and marketing aspects of the cenosphere and ceramic coating products and ceramiccoatings industry.A “ceramic coating”, as referred to in this report, is a coating comprised of cenospheres or ceramic nanoparticles which are suspended in a liquid and painted onto a surface. The liquid can be virtually any type of paint,epoxy, coating or other material that is liquid and can be dried. This can also include high heat powder coatings.As you read the Glossary and definitions below we want you to closely observe that ceramics are now verytechnical and posses strong thermal and insulating properties which has made our space age and electronicinventions possible; for example the highly efficient superconductors and micro-electronic technology for computers, solar cells and aerospace.
testing has not yet been done by any independent organization we cannot recommend thatCeramic Coatings are a 100% replacement for the commonly known insulations such as fiberglass and foams.However, sufficient tests by both government and responsible corporations have concluded that CeramicCoatings are the most economical amplifier to any new or older construction which results in added efficienciesof 20% or more depending on the climate and application.There is
absolutely no doubt
that Ceramic Coatings have many other applications in and around the home,business and industry that are not yet being used to it's fullest potential.Due to it's low cost, availability, sustainability and non-toxic features it needs to be used to much greater extents.Our organization will be conducting more of our own extensive testing over the next few weeks and months tobetter understand the uses and limitations of Ceramic Coatings and Cenospheres.
After more than 2 years of research we are very certain of this technology and our endorsement of it.
All our independent research has been, and will continue to be paid solely by our ISBA Members and proceedsfrom the sale of our educational materials and not by contributions or sponsorship from the Cenosphere or Ceramic Coating trade, distributors or manufacturers.- ISBU Association Staff