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Formulated using aerogel, the world’s best insulating solid, Aerolon is easier and more cost-effective than installing structural thermal break pads or shims.
Aerolon provides thermal stability and controls condensation on steel and concrete building components, such as relieving angles, lintels, cantilevered beams, canopies and balconies. Aerolon can be applied in-shop or onsite, giving specifiers and applicators a more flexible and effective option to combat thermal bridging.
The first and only fluid-applied thermal break, Aerolon, controls thermal bridging while preventing condensation, limiting mold and mildew, and resisting corrosion. Find out more by watching the video below.
To start specifying Aerolon, fill out the form above or contact your local Tnemec representative here.
Tnemec’s fluid-applied thermal break coating has been applied to a variety of structures across North America, from schools to arenas, office spaces to living spaces. Here are a few examples:
This project in Boston, Mass., originally called for 2,200 thermal break pads, but realized substantial savings by switching to Aerolon.
An eye-catching residential building in Weehawken, N.J., utilized Tnemec’s spray-applied thermal break coating alongside a self-adhesive tape version of the product to prevent thermal bridging.
While this Pennsylvania student union was being constructed, Aerolon was applied to steel beams in-shop and delivered to the jobsite ready for installation.
Aerolon was one of the many innovative Tnemec coatings used to protect this community college recreation center in Ankeny, Iowa.