Why Use Ceramics for Wall Coatings?
Although Rhino Shield’s durable wall coatings have all sorts of unique qualities, their most defining characteristic is their use of ceramic nanotechnology. First developed in the 1940s by NACA (the predecessor to NASA), ceramic microcapsules are tiny ceramic spheres that boast the same heat and UV-ray resistance found in all ceramic products. That said, not all ceramic microcapsules are created equal, and at Rhino Shield, we exclusively utilize ceramics with exceptional strength and low thermal conductivity. The inclusion of these ceramic microspheres is a large part of the reason why our ceramic coatings last so much longer than traditional paint and offer such a wide array of special benefits.
How Ceramics Outperform Ordinary Paint
To understand how ceramic microspheres help ensure such substantial protection, consider how they differ compared to the ingredients found in traditional paint. Standard paint contains a large amount of low-quality fillers that are irregular in shape and size, which means they are unable to pack together closely. In contrast, the ceramic microspheres in a Rhino Shield coating are all symmetrically shaped (round) yet irregular in size. What this means is that the tiny spheres are able to squeeze together tightly when a Rhino Shield coating is applied, producing a dense layer of protection that’s able to effectively withstand the full range of weather elements we experience in this part of the country. This substantial ceramic coating not only ensures a long-lasting, attractive paint job, but also helps support a more comfortable indoor temperature and reduced infiltration of outside noises. Once you have Rhino Shield applied, we’re confident you’ll see why it’s so widely regarded as being the wall-coating product of the future.
Contact Rhino Shield today to learn more about the state-of-the-art ceramic wall coatings we offer to home and business owners throughout the region.