LO/MIT Newsletter: 2015 Q3

October 29th, 2015 LO/MIT, Newsletter, SOLEC

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Motorists are stranded along I-45 along North Main in Houston after storms flooded the area, Tuesday, May 26, 2015. Overnight heavy rains caused flooding closing some portions of major highways in the Houston area.

Motorists are stranded along I-45 along North Main in Houston after storms flooded the area, Tuesday, May 26, 2015. Overnight heavy rains caused flooding closing some portions of major highways in the Houston area.

2015 – Quarter 3

For the U.S., a cool Spring and unique weather events leads to a delayed A/C season for most. At the same time, draught continues in the West all year and the East narrowly avoids hurricane Joaquin. So much of the insulation industry is driven by weather, and major abnormal weather events trigger changes in purchasing patterns for insulation products. The larger trend, however, is that we will continue to see warmer than average temperatures across the board, which makes insulating a high priority for long term comfort control and energy savings.

Also, SOLEC recently announced the launch of its brand new website, www.solec.org. Please see the press release below and be sure to visit and see all the new content and user-friendly features!


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  • Construction Specifier on Radiant Barrier/IRCC

Mario Medina, PhD, University of Kansas, is one of the foremost authorities on radiant heat transfer. His recent in-depth article in Construction Specifier Magazine highlights the benefits of radiant barrier and interior radiation control coating technologies in building construction and details how they can help reduce energy costs.

  • SOLEC and Standard Supply Partner Up

SOLEC-Solar Energy Corporation announced a new partnership with Standard Supply & Distributing Co. to distribute LO/MIT in locations throughout Texas.

  • LO/MIT/IRCC features on GreenLivingGuy.com and DoItYourself.com

A couple of articles featuring LO/MIT and IRCC technology are making the rounds on consumer-friendly sites.

LO/MIT was coated on the entire undersurface of the roof structure, keeping the rink cool, lowering conditioning costs and increasing interior lighting levels.

Gemini South Telescope (Chile), coated with LO/MIT, takes a series of images of a gas giant orbiting its parent star 60 light years away.


Spotlight: LO/MIT Archives

The Adventures of LO/MIT-I

SOLEC has opened its time capsule and found this gem from 25 years ago in a series of Arizona Farm Bureau News Magazine comics:

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Current Projects/Looking Ahead:

After not attending for the last few years, SOLEC has again reserved booth space for this year’s NAHB International Builders’ Show Expo. It will be held in Las Vegas, Jan 19-21, at the Las Vegas Convention Center (Booth #S2608). If you plan to attend and would like to schedule a meeting with us during the convention, please contact Robert Aresty at info@solec.org to coordinate. For free exhibits only passes to the show, click here.

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