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Our thermal insulation acrylic primer has a distinct, scientifically proven to work, energy-saving advantage that ensures the primer will reflect valuable heat back UP into the room, keeping you warmer for longer without increasing your heating system thermostat. Thermal insulation floor primer is used to provide under-floor insulation in homes, offices, shops, hotels, factories, warehouses and is the perfect solution to use under almost any interior walkable surface where space is limited.

Painters and decorators can easily apply this eco-friendly acrylic primer by brush, roller or spray. Only 2 coats of thermal primer will enhance the efficiency and reduce running costs when coated on the floor surface beneath electric under-floor-heating systems. Thermal insulation acrylic primer should be applied to dry floor surfaces such as concrete, screed, wood, tile backer boards, carpets, bricks and blocks before laying your floor covering. If used as a tile primer, the Rayotec Thermal primer bonds with tile adhesive extremely well ensuring a durable floor finish.

Our thermal primer is supplied in 1 litre bottles and covers up to 7 m² per litre with the recommended minimum of two coats for maximum thermal insulation, or up to 14 m² per litre with a single coat. For areas with particularly high heatloss three coats can be used (1 litre bottle for 3m2).

Note: Insulation boards will reduce heatloss better than a thermal primer. The thermal primer should be used when floor height is a problem.

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