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26,80 €
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White non-yellowing with...



White non-yellowing with time.


Tinted with 20 basic colors DUROCOLOR (in syringe packaging 20 ml) creating 120 indelible shades. The base is colored by PAL system COLOR COLLECTION in any desired shade.

Fastness to washing

> 22,000 cycles (according DIN 53778)



Drying - Recoating

In the touch in about 2-3 hours.
Recoated after 6-8 hours.
Drying and recoating times are dependent on the ambient conditions (temperature-humidity).

application temperature

From +8 ° C to +35 ° C



VOC (Volatile Organic Compounds): Limit the maximum content value VOC EU (Directive 2004 42 EC) for this product (category A c: "Coatings for exterior mineral substrate". Type WB walls): 40gr / lt (2010). The ready to use product contains maximum 39gr / lt VOC


Thermal elastomeric acrylic cold * color (low thermal conductivity), high reflectivity certified by the University of Athens, Department of Physics, Applied Physics as Energy thermoceramic paint for exterior walls.

It has all the qualities of a top acrylic paint, excellent resistance to adverse weather and environmental conditions that can be characterized by extreme temperature changes, high humidity, frost, intense sunlight, alkaline atmosphere, urban concentration and industrial gaseous pollutants etc.

It offers high vapor permeability.

Prevents condensation inside the building, preventing the creation of mildew.

The thermokeramiki elastic membrane creates bridges perfectly hairline cracks, waterproofing and provides effective protection against fungi and algae. It works as an effective carbonation barrier.

There is saponified.

The temperature range in which retains its elasticity range from -20 ° C up to + 80 ° C, while showing great resistance to abrupt temperature changes.

Distinguished for longitudinal whiteness and high hiding power.

It creates a protective mantle on all external surfaces of mortar and concrete substantially reducing the temperature inside the building during the summer months and working in the cold winter months.

The effectiveness of THERMOELASTIC COLOUR as coat color, deservedly provides the properties of a smart and economic solution for the energy upgrading of old buildings, especially those constructed before 1980.

The cutting edge technology of THERMOELASTIC COLOUR is based, primarily, on ceramic and glass microspheres contained in its composition, microspheres, which give the product excellent reflective properties and dispersion into the environment of solar (thermal) radiation being received.

The THERMOELASTIC COLOUR pump dehumidification function as contributing significantly to the reduction of the moisture of the masonry employed, therefore contributing to energy saving - proven - a moisture content of 4% in masonry entail reduction of thermal insulation that capacity by 50%.

It is recommended to select light colors to maximize energy benefits because of their very high reflective capacity.

The final, white or colored appearance of THERMOELASTIC COLOUR, maintained unchanged over time, while offering unparalleled protection on application surfaces.


The THERMOELASTIC COLOUR, thermal insulation, waterproofing and decorating vertical outdoor new or previously painted building surfaces, plaster, concrete, cement, prefabricated building materials etc.

Stir well before use.


1. Substrate preparation
Surfaces must be clean, dry and free of dust, salts, grease and any loose material.

New concrete surfaces, painted at least 30 days after their manufacture and after deduction of any residues of formwork oil with biodegradable, powerful industrial cleaner BIOCLEAN of DUROSTICK. Any signs uncovered weapons, are protected by the application of corrosion inhibitor RUST FREE POWDER and then covered with repair mortar DUROFIX. Finally, the surface should be primed with SOLVENT BASED PRIMER or micromolar stabilizer AQUAFIX.

New surfaces from marble plaster, smoothed by rubbing and primed as new concrete surfaces.

Marble with sharp cracks repaired with fast setting plaster D-32, primed and then painted.

Severe cracks in concrete treated with repair mortar D-55 of DUROSTICK.

Microcracks in the whole surface treated with plastering the surface with the innovative flexible topcoat plaster HYDROSTOP PLASTER ELASTIC or with flexible mortar for repair and waterproofing of masonry MEGAFIX. Both will cover blemishes and prevent their recurrence.

Joints around windows and doors, filled with elastomeric polyurethane sealant DUROFLEX-PU or with DS-POLYMER 32 by DUROSTICK shades.

Of walls in holes, cracks, 'cracking', etc., Are made with acrylic stucco STUCOFIX spatula.
Repair or troweled surfaces, made or to respond imperfections of construction, either for aesthetic reasons.

2. Application
To THERMOELASTIC diluted with water at a ratio of 5-10%, depending on the substrate, stirring well.

Apply with a brush, roller or airless spray in two coats.

The second coat follows after the first completely dry.


(*) Cold Material
Material with increased reflectivity values ​​of solar radiation and high emissivity values ​​in the infrared. Such a material helps to reduce surface temperatures and hence of indoor temperatures and energy consumption of the building, while contributing to addressing the phenomenon of heat island and on improving thermoklimatos cities. The parameters whose values ​​characterize a material as cold is thermoanaklastikotita (SR), the emission factor (e), the composite index of reflectivity to solar radiation (SRI) and the thermal conductivity (k). The values ​​of these parameters that integrate the DUROSTICK THERMOELASTIC the cold materials are as follows:
SR ***** e SRI l
0,98 ** 0,82 *** 115 **** 0,26 ± 5% W / m.k *

(*) By ASTM C518 - ISO 8301
(**) By ASTM E903 - 96 & ASTM G159-98
(***) The ASTM E408 - 71 (2002)
(****) The ASTM E1980 - 01
(*****) Reflectivity (against the visible solar radiation) in the visible (400-700nm) Total Reflectivity: 0.91


1kg / 7-8,5m² per coat, on previously prepared surfaces.