This study aims to evaluate the dierence in thermal behavior among paints with the presence of traditional and NIR pigments by means of a simple and cheap laboratory-scale test. Considering these goals, the thermal and esthetical properties of two dierent cool coatings were assessed, highlighting their positive and limited aspects. Two dierent complex near-infrared inorganic reflective (NIR) pigments with yellow and black respectably colors were mixed in an acrylic waterborne copolymer binder. The paint formulations were applied on steel panels. The thermalperformance of the coatings was investigated in the NIR-region of the light spectrum by exposing thesamples to an IR-lamp. The outer and inner surface temperatures of the painted panels were recordedusing thermocouples and an IR camera. The samples were aged by artificial UV-B light exposure. Color and specular gloss changes at dierent exposure times were evaluated. The behavior of the cool coatings was compared with that of conventional coatings with similar color characteristics. The black cool coating achieved a maximum temperature decrease, compared to the conventional black one, of approximately 12 °C. The stability for the cool coatings was very similar to that of the conventional coating, indicating that black pigment could be a potential candidate for cool-coating applications. The yellow cool coatings did not show a significant decrease in temperature compared to the conventional paint. The gloss and color changes resulted as influenced by the types and amount of pigments.

Colored Paints Containing NIR-Reflective Pigments Exposed to Accelerated Ultraviolet Radiation Aging with Possible Application as Roof Coatings / Rossi, Stefano; Lindmark, Hampus; Fedel, Michele. - In: COATINGS. - ISSN 2079-6412. - ELETTRONICO. - 10:11(2020), pp. 1135.1-1135.18. [10.3390/coatings10111135]

Colored Paints Containing NIR-Reflective Pigments Exposed to Accelerated Ultraviolet Radiation Aging with Possible Application as Roof Coatings

Rossi, Stefano;Fedel, Michele
2020-01-01

Abstract

This study aims to evaluate the dierence in thermal behavior among paints with the presence of traditional and NIR pigments by means of a simple and cheap laboratory-scale test. Considering these goals, the thermal and esthetical properties of two dierent cool coatings were assessed, highlighting their positive and limited aspects. Two dierent complex near-infrared inorganic reflective (NIR) pigments with yellow and black respectably colors were mixed in an acrylic waterborne copolymer binder. The paint formulations were applied on steel panels. The thermalperformance of the coatings was investigated in the NIR-region of the light spectrum by exposing thesamples to an IR-lamp. The outer and inner surface temperatures of the painted panels were recordedusing thermocouples and an IR camera. The samples were aged by artificial UV-B light exposure. Color and specular gloss changes at dierent exposure times were evaluated. The behavior of the cool coatings was compared with that of conventional coatings with similar color characteristics. The black cool coating achieved a maximum temperature decrease, compared to the conventional black one, of approximately 12 °C. The stability for the cool coatings was very similar to that of the conventional coating, indicating that black pigment could be a potential candidate for cool-coating applications. The yellow cool coatings did not show a significant decrease in temperature compared to the conventional paint. The gloss and color changes resulted as influenced by the types and amount of pigments.
2020
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Rossi, Stefano; Lindmark, Hampus; Fedel, Michele
Colored Paints Containing NIR-Reflective Pigments Exposed to Accelerated Ultraviolet Radiation Aging with Possible Application as Roof Coatings / Rossi, Stefano; Lindmark, Hampus; Fedel, Michele. - In: COATINGS. - ISSN 2079-6412. - ELETTRONICO. - 10:11(2020), pp. 1135.1-1135.18. [10.3390/coatings10111135]
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