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WEBINAR: Cool roofs, cool coatings: Energy efficiency when the heat is on

Date:June 11, 2009
Location:Online Webinar
Presented by Andre Desjarlais, Group Leader, Building Envelopes Research, Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Cool-roof technologies are having a significant impact on the market for low-slope roofing. Summertime temperatures on dark-colored roofs on a sunny day can reach 170 F, while highly reflective white roof surfaces could be 110 F on the same day-just slightly above the ambient temperature. This reflectivity can have a major effect on building cooling-energy demand.

With this webinar, we will review the impact that low-slope cool roofing and roof coatings can have on roof temperatures and energy demand, based on calculations determined in research programs conducted by Oak Ridge National Laboratory. We will review how cool roofs and cool-roof coatings function, and discuss the various types of cool roofing and cool-roof coatings that have been developed. Particular attention will be given to cool-roof coatings technologies already on the market, and to developments currently under way or anticipated.


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Graco Inc.
Graco Mortar Pump

The M680 sprays epoxy-based mortars, anti-skid coatings, cementitious and filled materials. Compact.
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SSPC: The Society for Protective Coatings
SSPC 2016 Register Now!

SSPC2016 is earlier this year, don't forget to book your plane tickets and hotel. See you soon. For more information visit

Oxford Instruments Coating Measurement

Dampney Co., Inc.
Temperature Indicating Paint/Coating

protective coating that provide a visual warning that a pipe, vessel, reactor, transfer line, and similar equipment is overheating due to failure of refractory linings or the bypassing of hot gasses.

SAFE Systems, Inc.
Custom blast rooms
by SAFE Systems

Don't waste time and money "making do" with a "standard" design. Let us work with you to design and build the
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Armakleen Company, The
ARMEX when nondestructive cleaning is critical

When cleaning substrates that cannot be damaged the only blast abrasive to use is ARMEX. Other blast abrasives can remove surface materials damaging the substrate.

SABRE Autonomous Solutions
Safety, Productivity, Quality. Robotic Blasting

Learn how this simple to use, field deployed, automatic robot is eliminating hazards in major confined, cluttered and complex surface preparation projects.

CHLOR*RID International Inc.
Free Webinar

Learn about soluble salts, along with a discussion on allowable levels.
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