CERTIFICATE OF COMPLIANCE
CLIENT CERTIFICATE NO: 34105-21075
ISSUED TO: Shieldcoat Pty Ltd
2/1075 Beaudesert Road
Report References: Oak Ridge National Laboratories CA Report 6527, Asphalt Technologies Tempe
Florida Lab Report(s) 15/03 and 04/04.
Product Description: Shieldcoat’s Thermobond HRC (Heat Reflective Coating), also known as
Textureshield Thermo and Thermotex (heat reflective acrylic render).
Product Use: Heat reflective barrier for walls, roofs, pipelines etc. Substitute and augment for insulation in
Zones 1 & 2 to prevent heat gain.
This is to certify that representative samples of: Shieldcoat’s Thermobond HRC (Heat Reflective Coating),
also known as Textureshield Thermo and Thermotex (heat reflective acrylic render) have been investigated
by PCS in accordance with the following standards:
ORNL Report 6527 test of 24 heat reflective membranes using standards ASTM C-177 (Thermal
Conductivity) and ASTM C-1045 (Thermal Transmission), with results of K value-0.0454, Heat Flux
Reduction 13,500BTU/Sq Ft or R22 (imperial). Metric R = 0.176 of imperial R value.
Current CRRC standard for Cool Coatings: Solar Reflectance, >70; Thermal Emittance, >75%;
SRI (Solar Reflective Index - a correlation between solar reflectance and infra red emittance), >82.5
Results of Shieldcoat’s products tested at Asphalt Technologies:
ASTM C 1549 (Solar Reflectance): 20 = Poor, 90 = Excellent
Thermobond HRC in white = 87.8; Thermobond HRC in pastel colours = 78.1; Thermotex off white = 86.3.
ASTM C 1371 (Infra Red Emittance): 20% = Poor, 90% = Excellent
Thermobond HRC in white = 89%; Thermobond HRC in pastel colours = 88%; Thermotex off white = 87%.
SRI – Standard Scale 0-100: 20 = Poor, >100 = excellent
Thermobond HRC in white = 110.5; Thermobond HRC in pastel colours = 98.9; Thermotex off white = 108.9
Therefore Shieldcoat’s products exceed the requirements as determined by ORNL Report 6527 being- K
value-0.0454, Heat Flux Reduction 13,500BTU/SqFt
Subject to the following conditions:
Shieldcoat’s Technical and Specification Guide inclusive of Application Instructions, Dry Film Thickness and
Mark W Slater
Managing Director LTSC SCAA