Max coal coat is made entirely of chemicals and applied in the same way that we normally do with paintwork. The application over the external end of your roof is the main difference between regular paint and special paintwork. Since the roof is normally facing upwards, the paint application should also be facing upwards for the best results. Following are the simple steps to apply max coal coat paint to your roof:
Cleaning of roof:
First, your home’s roof must be thoroughly washed and swept. Cleaning the roof is necessary because it makes it easier for people to apply the roof heat proofing chemical in the first place. If we try to apply max coal coat paint without first cleaning the roof, then it will be incomplete, and a problem will arise as a result. There is no other way to carry out any kind of procedure without a spotless roof.
In Pakistan, there are many methods for applying heat reflective roof paint. In this process, all we do is spray the solvent on the roofs after it has been cleaned, and then wait for them to cool. Since chemical treatment is a time-consuming operation, we do all we can to ensure that no difficulties occur as a result of the process and that complete surface treatment is carried out to the highest standards possible.
There is another method to apply heat-reflective chemicals on your rooftop to tackle the challenges of excessive heat. The application of heat reflective roof paint for this second part is known as a two-step procedure, in which an external form of material is used to produce a small coating on the roof. This covering ensures that heat insulation is provided to the greatest degree, as well as a substantial improvement in the strength of the heat-proofing chemical.
The most critical type of material used in this method is canvas or paper. After the first completion of the first application of heat reflective roof paint, these two materials are used one at a time all over the surface. The key reason for its use is to guarantee that heat insulation is achieved with better results and that the heat-proofing paintwork maintains its normal structure for several years.
People who apply or do not apply canvas or any other extra material over their heat reflective roof paint must understand that heat-proofing chemicals require two coats for a long-lasting effect. This double coating’s application is simple and unambiguous. The major reason for this is to ensure that no space is left without sufficient application, as the effectiveness of heat-proofing chemicals can only be guaranteed if they are spread evenly across the roof.
Solar energy is emitted in two wavelengths: visible and invisible (infrared). Objects found in your home fall somewhere between the middle and the far ends of the range. Heat reflective paint works by inhibiting the natural flow of energy.
Heat reflective max coal coat paint has a high solar reflectance, which reduces the uptake of direct solar power. As a result, it is fair to conclude that it aids in lowering the temperature. The exterior walls of many homes are black. While it is visually appealing, this is not the most energy-efficient color option. Bold colors, absorb more heat. Heat is absorbed less when exterior walls are coated with heat-reflecting paint. As a result, a heat reflective coating can reduce thermal shock even if the walls are black. Heat reflective roof paint can reflect up to half of the infrared radiation. It is not appropriate to re-roof your home to keep it cool. Instead, a heat reflective coating can save you money