First Time In India, Japanese Nanotechnology- Based Glass Coating
Heat Cure has been scientifically proven to effectively block up to 85% of the sun’s heat from infiltrating your living spaces.
You can experience the same if you have applied India’s only Japanese nanotechnology-based glass coating Heat Cure. In a world where rising temperatures are becoming a pressing concern, innovative solutions are the need of the hour.
Amid various attempts to counter the escalating heat, a groundbreaking product has recently entered the Indian market, promising relief and protection like never before: Heat Cure Glass Coating.Heat Cure is a pick for winters too,
as we all notice the structures coming up today, be it residential apartments, villas, or corporate buildings, have a lot of glass and glass has a natural tendency to transfer the heat inside the building in summers and outside in winters. Here Heat Cure as a product comes into action by working in all seasons and forms a coating barrier through their comprehensive nanotechnology to block substantial heat coming in from glass doors and façade in summers and retain the inside heat during winters.
Heat Cure: Your Shield Against Intense Heat
Heat Cure, a Japanese nanotechnology-based glass coating, has been scientifically proven to effectively block up to 85% of the sun’s heat from infiltrating your living spaces. Sunlight brings warmth and a barrage of damaging ultraviolet (UV) and infrared (IR) rays. Heat Cure offers a comprehensive solution by thwarting these harmful rays and delivering unparalleled protection. The nanotechnology-based coating used in Heat Cure will block up to 85% of Infrared rays (responsible for the heat in Sun rays) and 99% of Ultraviolet rays to reduce the heat gain through any type of glass surface a window, door, or facade.
Energy-saving is a key highlight of Heat Cure. Heat Cure saves up to 15% to 20% of energy usage during the summer season alone. This translates into significant cost savings on electricity bills. In fact, Heat Cure has observed temperature drops ranging from 2 to 9 degrees in summer, depending on the quantity of glass in the building or room.
One of the key advantages of Heat Cure is that it strikes an ideal balance between the amount of natural light that enters your space and the need for temperature control. Unlike conventional solutions that might compromise either aspect, Heat Cure provides a transparent coating that not only blocks excessive heat but also maintains the desired level of natural illumination.
Perhaps the most remarkable aspect of Heat Cure is its longevity. With a lifespan of up to 12 years, this transparent coating requires minimal maintenance while continuing to offer protection against both IR and UV rays throughout the year, irrespective of the season.
Embracing Comfort Year-Round
During the scorching summer months, achieving an indoor temperature of around 23 to 25.5 degrees Celsius is considered comfortable. However, the typical glass windows can elevate room temperatures significantly by allowing direct heat to permeate indoors. This often leads to an unbearable living environment. Traditional methods like air conditioners and coolers struggle to combat this heat influx effectively.
Heat Cure’s efficacy lies in its ability to impede the entry of these intense rays. Adopting nanotechnology principles, it serves as a thermal insulator, ensuring your surroundings remain cool and pleasant.
Banishing UV Rays and Condensation Woes
UV rays can wreak havoc on furnishings and surfaces, causing them to fade and deteriorate over time. Heat Cure’s advanced nanotechnology formulation shields against 99% UV ray damage, ensuring that your valuables retain their pristine appearance day after day.
Additionally, Heat Cure aids in regulating moisture on glass surfaces. Maintaining a consistent room and glass temperature minimizes condensation issues, safeguarding your living spaces from potential damage and reducing the need for frequent cleaning, particularly during rainy seasons.
Efficiency Wrapped in Speed
The installation of Heat Cure might sound like a time-consuming process, but it’s far from it. Seasoned professionals can coat 300 to 400 square feet of glass in just a day, ensuring a swift application with minimal curing time. Unlike coatings that dry slowly, Heat Cure begins drying immediately upon application, completing the process within three to four hours.
Empowering Energy Savings
Skyrocketing energy bills are often a result of battling extreme temperatures with air conditioning or heating systems. Whether it’s summer’s cooling demands or winter’s heating needs, energy consumption tends to surge. Heat Cure presents an ingenious solution by cutting down energy usage by up to 30% during summer alone.
According to the energy-saving rulebook, a mere 1-degree drop in temperature can result in a 3-4% reduction in power consumption. Heat Cure consistently demonstrates a temperature drop of 2 to 9 degrees during summer, depending on the quantity of glass in the building. This trend translates into proportional savings during winter, effectively curbing the exchange of heat with the external climate.
Embrace the Future of Comfort and Design
As global concerns about heat and energy consumption rise, innovative solutions like Heat Cure and advanced glass processing techniques become vital allies. Whether shielding your living spaces from intense heat or creating architectural marvels, technology-driven advancements are reshaping our world for the better. Just as Heat Cure is changing how we experience comfort, innovations in glass processing are transforming how we envision architectural possibilities. It’s an exciting time to explore and embrace the future, where science and creativity converge to build a more comfortable and sustainable world.