Nanotec Insulation Coatings – The Future Of Sustainability

Industrial Coatings by Synavax™

These innovative coatings offer durable and long-term solutions for the insulation of manufacturing equipment and protection of assets. Typically reported energy reduction for the manufacturing sector is 10-25%, with paybacks in 6-18 months.


Building Coatings by Synavax™

Synavax™ nanotechnology clear coatings are the top choice for thermal insulation applications over building surfaces. The interior or exterior of walls and ceilings can be coated, and typical provide 20-40% energy savings, and 3-5 year paybacks.

Energy Saving and Protective Nanotechnology Coatings by Synavax™

Synavax™ coatings are based on a patented technology that utilises a nanomaterial with an extremely low thermal conductivity and hydrophobic (water repellent) nature. This material allows the coatings to effectively inhibit heat transfer with a thin layer, while also providing other performance benefits, such as:

  • Energy savings
  • Corrosion prevention
  • Moisture resistance
  • Surface temperature reduction
  • Chemical resistance
  • Lead encapsulation
  • Mold resistance
  • Durability in extreme environments
  • Carbon footprint reduction

Energy saving, Eco-Friendly & Protects Valuable Assets


Our customers typically report energy savings in sustainable manufacturing applications between 10%-25%, and typical payback periods of 6 to 18 months.

Synavax™ thermal insulation coatings are powerful insulators and also prevent corrosion and CUI along with resistance to UV, moisture, harsh chemicals and mold and fungi growth.  A significant economic  benefit is realised from the consistent performance since there is resistance to degradation that occurs with outmoded methods.

Applications on hot boilers and pipes create a H&S ‘safe-touch’ area after application.

Building Envelopes

Customers report energy savings between 20%-40% after applying our patented Synavax™ thermal insulation paint coatings to their buildings.

Our patented and innovative nanotechnology based products provide an effective and affordable means to increase energy efficiency in existing buildings as well as new construction. Our clear coatings are applied like paint and increase thermal resistance without changing the building appearance.

The award-winning coatings not only reduce energy use, they are moisture and mold resistant and low VOC.

Oil & Gas

Synavax™ thermal insulation protective coatings provide state-of-the-industry solutions for insulation, corrosion and elimination of CUI (Corrosion Under Insulation) for fuel storage tanks, silos, pipelines and other valuable equipment.

The coatings withstand harsh marine environments and are simple to apply, with no need for outmoded solutions that require exterior cladding. These protective coatings greatly reduce the maintenance and replacement costs for the Oil and Gas Industry for long asset lifespans, due to their long life and the potential for visual inspection of your assets when the translucent solutions are chosen.

What Synavax™ clients say

“Having comprehensively tested the Heat Shield™ High Heat and EPX4-H2O coatings, we found they significantly reduced process energy whilst standing up to the harsh environment of an industrial dye house…”

Coats PLC Coats PLC

“Steam consumption on our textile dyeing machines was reduced from 1,326 kg per process cycle to only 651 kg per process cycle – a 51% reduction as compared to before Heat Shield™ EPX4-H2O insulation was used.” – Elasteks Textile

Elasteks Textile Elasteks Textile

“The EPX4-H2O stood up to the moist environment well without degrading. Initial temperature readings were taken on the exterior of the steam line and showed a surface temperature reduction from 160C to 80C (320F to 176F) with the coating.” – Unilever Affiliate Unipro

Unilever Affiliate Unipro Unilever Affiliate Unipro

“The Synavax™ nanotechnology coatings generate significant energy savings, with a viable ROI for asset owners. This solution is great for business and brilliant for the planet.”

Jonathan Say