Industrial Nanotech, Inc., a global leader in nanotechnology based energy saving solutions, today announced the official launch of its second generation Heat Shield™ EPX4 2-part water-based epoxy thermal insulation and corrosion and chemical resistant coating.
This product is an improved version of their earlier EPX4 coating, and includes several enhancements, including: improved thermal insulation, better temperature reduction per coat, extended pot life, longer shelf life, white base color that can be tinted, improved flexibility, all non-hazardous formulation, and lower cost per square foot/square meter. The coating is used on pipe, tanks, and other equipment for insulation/energy savings and asset protection.
"Our EPX4 product has been one of our biggest sellers in the industrial sector since it was first brought out several years ago," stated Francesca Crolley, V.P. Business Development for Industrial Nanotech, Inc. "The product is extensively used in multiple industries, and in the textile industry in particular, for energy savings, reduction of carbon emissions, durability in extreme environments, and its splash resistance to chemicals. We've taken a great product and made it even better to meet the multiple needs that manufacturers in industries around the world have requested. This new product has phenomenal thermal performance, the pot life has also been extended from 2 hours to approximately 24 hours, and a big benefit is that now both the Part A and Part B ship as non-hazardous goods, which is much less expensive for our customers. Additionally, the product is more flexible and has the ability to be tinted to a desired color. We're pleased with the response so far from industry and look forward to adding more products to our enhanced Heat Shield™ line."
A video showing the Company's CEO/CTO, Stuart Burchill, demonstrating the EPX4 product with a blowtorch and the palm of his hand can be found on YouTube at: https://youtu.be/5owh0Vih5Vk
EPX4 has been used in multiple industrial insulation applications globally, with companies reporting energy savings on average of 10%-25%, while also protecting equipment from corrosion and chemical exposure damage. Details on the EPX4 coating can be found at www.epx4.com.