Join us! SOLEC will be exhibiting at this year’s ICAA trade show and convention in Orlando, FL, in a few weeks and encourages you and your associates to attend. It is the ideal Read More
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September 29 & 30 – Denver Marriott City Center SOLEC will be exhibiting at this year’s ICAA trade show in Denver, CO, in a few weeks and encourages you and your associates Read More
SOLEC Announces New Partnership With Standard Supply & Distributing Co.
SSD to Carry Popular LO/MIT Attic Heat Barrier
Ewing, NJ, USA, April 20, 2015 –
SOLEC-Solar Energy Corporation (SOLEC) is proud to announce a new working agreement with Standard Supply & Distributing Co. (SS&D) to distribute its popular LO/MIT spray-applied radiant heat barrier paint products in locations around Texas. SS&D, well known for excellence in the HVAC and insulation marketplace, services many areas including: Dallas, Arlington, Forth Worth, Garland, Carrollton, Allen, Athens, Longview, Austin, San Antonio, Houston and McAllen.
via Construction Specifier:
Reflecting on Heat Transfer Reduction
by Mario Medina, PhD
Most forms of building insulation—fiberglass, mineral fibers, cellulose, and cellular plastic—play a key role in making buildings energy-efficient and in reducing electrical peak demand. However, the amount of material that can be added to building walls or roof-ceiling assemblies is limited either by physical dimensions of the framing (ceiling frames) or adverse effects of over-insulating (weight, heat and moisture retention, and ventilation restrictions). Radiant barriers and interior radiation control coatings (IRCCs) offer another option.