LO/MIT Radiant Heat Barrier: 30th Anniversary

February 23rd, 2016 LO/MIT, SOLEC

2/23/2016

Ewing, NJ – SOLEC-Solar Energy Corp. is proud to announce the 30th anniversary of the LO/MIT radiant heat barrier coating technology. LO/MIT entered the market in 1986 and over the last 30 years has established itself as the number one brand for spray applied heat barrier technology. It is the most efficient coating in the world at reducing radiant heat transfer and is the easiest to apply. With client users ranging from NASA, Boeing and SpaceX to homeowners and universities, LO/MIT has been involved in a wide variety of projects around the globe (and off it!), to provide a low-cost, easily-applied heat reflecting solution to many challenging thermal problems. Contact us today to see how LO/MIT can cool your attic, lessen the stress on a roof or engine part, help protect a heat shield, critical electronics, or a wiring harness, help direct the flow of radiant heaters or increase the efficiency of a thermoforming oven. The possibilities for improved energy performance in nearly any industry are virtually unlimited. LO/MIT can be applied to a wide range of substrates and geometries and can handle a bevy of exposure conditions. We look forward to serving your needs!

Celebrating its 42nd year in business this year, SOLEC-Solar Energy Corp. has long been recognized as a science-first, innovative organization. SOLEC invented the radiant barrier coating technology and is the leader in spray applied solar selective surfaces. SOLEC’s coatings serve the solar, building, roofing, automotive, aeronautics, industrial, military and manufacturing industries, and are exported to over 30 countries.

Contact: Robert Aresty | 609-883-7700 | info@solec.org | www.solec.org

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