The Drywired® team recently exhibited at the 2014 Asia Pacific Clean Energy Summit & Expo (APCES) in Honolulu, Hawaii (September 15-17, 2014).
Drywired nanocoatings represent the next generation of insulation, providing alternative solutions for sustainability and environmentally friendly energy efficiency. A benefit of the coatings is the increase in resistance of the thermal envelope of a building without reducing square footage.
- Energy Saving: Reduces heat loss and gain for lower heating and cooling costs
- Mold-Inhibitor: Resistant to growth of mold, mildew, bacteria, algae
- Weathering Resistance: Protects roof and exterior walls from the elements
- Environmentally Friendly: Low VOC (100 g/L), water-based, non-toxic, non-flammable
- Easily Applied: Use a standard paint sprayer, brush or roller
- UV Resistant: Eliminates fading/wear caused by UV rays
- Clear Coat: Allows the beauty of the underlying surface to remain intact
- Breathable: Inhibits condensation or moisture build up
- Longevity: Extend performance and protection
Drywired® and LEED™
Drywired® nanocoatings have been recognized by prominent LEED™ Accredited Professionals as being suitable of submission for LEED™ credits in the categories of Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ), Energy & Atmosphere (EA), Materials & Resources (MR), and Sustainable Sites (SS). The versatility of Drywired® nanocoatings make them suitable for many of the LEED certification programs for both new and pre-existing buildings.