For over two decades, Thermobond HRC has been the “go to solution” for heat reduction and extending the life of building materials all over the world. It has been independently tested in a study with Ergon Energy and the Queensland University of Technology  where it achieved cooling energy cost savings of up to 25 – 30% in shopping centres, universities, schools, libraries and warehouses.
Thermobond HRC operates on three levels:
• Solar Reflectivity
• Very High Heat Transfer Emissivity
• Membrane Coating Thickness

This means that Thermobond HRC greatly reduces the passage of heat from the sun reaching the substrate it has been installed on. Thermobond HRC can be applied to almost anything that would benefit from a reduction in temperatures as a result of direct sunlight including metal and tiled roofs, walls and hand rails. It has also been used on chicken sheds, piggeries, wheat silos and water pipes and tanks.

Application results in minimal disruption to business, requires little maintenance and is backed by our comprehensive 10-year Warranty. THERMOBOND HRC is available in Arctic White and pastel colours.

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Key Benefits of Using THERMOBOND HRC


Independently tested by Queensland University of Technology


Lower Air Conditioning Running Times*


Electricity Cost Savings*


Proven Peak Energy Demand Reduction*


Reduced Carbon Footprint


Increased life of Building Materials


Cooler Working/Living Environments


Easily Installed


Minimal Maintenance

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CASE STUDY: Arndale Shopping Centre

Arndale Shopping Centre is a warehouse style retail building with two tenancies. The roof area is approx.. 1250m2 and the floor area is equally divided by the two tenancies. Each have a separate air conditioning system. Other than a small area in the eastern corner, there is no shade on the roof and the building is completely surrounded by hard concrete surfaces.

Post coating with Thermobond HRC, the average roof surface temperature reduced by a staggering 9.3 and 8.6 degrees respectively. This data was extracted from a study carried out by Ergon Energy.

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