1. Home
  2. Our Coating Products


Discover our Coating Products !

Our innovative coating products are  groundbreakers on the environmental, energy, fire-retardant, waterproof, insulating and elasticity levels. With no joints, our formulas protect against leaks, resist temperature changes, prevent condensation, reflect 80% of the visible spectrum of solar and infrared radiation, have great adhesive strength,  and are very fire-resistant.  Bronya Coating products offer a lower operating cost than other thermal insulators.


Bronya’s Ultra-Thin Thermal Insulation

The Volgograd Innovation Resource Center is proud to present to you Bronya’s liquid ceramic thermal insulating material. Developed by a team of Russian scientists, it is superior in its thermophysical properties to any known equivalents in the industry and corresponds to the most stable indicators in the industry. Thanks to our technical specialists, equivalents such as such as Bronya’s ultra-thin thermal insulation and Alfatek liquid thermal insulation were developed and launched into mass production.

Produced in our own installations, from high-quality raw materials imported by leaders in the chemical industry, and a high sales volume allow us to offer our customers an unprecedented price for Bronya’s exclusive line of products, as not yet seen in Russia.

Our products are validated by a full set of required certificates and fully complies with the declared technical parameters. Armor Certificates

Bronya’s ultra-thin liquid thermal insulation consists of a high-quality acrylic binder, an original composition developed of catalysts and fixatives and ultra-thin-walled ceramic microspheres with rarefied air. In addition to the basic composition, special additives are introduced into the material, which prevents the appearance of corrosion on the metal surface and the formation of fungi under conditions of high humidity on concrete surfaces. This combination makes the material light, flexible, and stretchable, and has excellent adhesion to the surfaces to be coated. The material looks like ordinary paint in consistency, it is a white suspension that can be applied to any surface. After drying, an elastic polymer coating is formed, which has unique thermal insulation properties compared to traditional insulators and provides anti-corrosion protection. The uniqueness of the insulating properties of the material is the result of the intense molecular effect of the rarefied air in the hollow spheres.

Bronya liquid ceramic thermal insulation is very effective in the thermal insulation of building facades, roofs, interior walls, window slopes, concrete floors, hot and cold-water supply pipes, steam lines, air ducts for air conditioning systems, cooling systems, various containers, tanks, trailers, refrigerators, etc. It is used to remove condensation on cold water supply pipes and to reduce heat loss in accordance with SNiP in heating systems. Bronya thermal insulation works at temperatures from -60 ° C to +260 ° C. The life expectancy of the product is 15 years. Our material is currently used in objects and companies in different fields of activity.


 How Does the Product Work?

To begin with, there are three ways to transfer heat:

1. Thermal conductivity is the transfer of heat in a solid due to the kinetic energy of molecules and atoms from a more heated part to a less heated part.
2. Convection is the transfer of heat in liquids, gases, granular media by the flows of the substance itself.
3. Radiant Heat Exchange (Thermal Radiation) – electromagnetic radiation emitted by a substance and originating from its internal energy.

Thermodynamics is a science that studies the laws of mutual transformation and energy transfer. The result of these processes is a temperature equilibrium throughout the system. The method and efficiency by which the insulating material blocks the redistribution of heat, known as the process of thermal equilibrium, determines the quality of the insulation.

Heat transfer occurs by convection or radiation between the surface of a solid and the environment. The intensity of this heat transfer is characterized by the heat transfer coefficient. Bronya liquid ceramic thermal insulation material is a complex multi-level structure in which the three methods of heat transfer are minimized.

Bronya ceramic heat insulator is composed of 80% microspheres, and respectively, only 20% of the binder can conduct heat due to its thermal conductivity. Another part of the heat falls on convection and radiation, and because the microsphere contains rarefied air (the best insulator, after a vacuum), the heat loss is not substantial. In addition, due to its structure, the material exhibits low heat transfer from the surface, which plays a decisive role in its thermal physics. Thus, it is necessary to separate the two terms: insulator and thermal insulator, since the physics of the heat transfer process is different in these materials:

  • Insulator – the principle of operation is based on the thermal conductivity of the material (min. plate)
  • Thermal Insulator – to a greater extent on the physics of waves.

The effectiveness of insulation directly depends on the thickness: the thicker the insulating layer, the better. The thickness of the thermal insulation layer of Bronya’s ultra-thin thermal insulation varies from 1 to 6 mm, the subsequent increase has practically no effect on its effectiveness.


Contributing to the Improvement of Energy-Efficiency.

The third environment is the growing awareness of the importance of climate change. The fastest and most cost-effective way to mitigate climate change is to improve energy efficiency. Governments have understood this. We understand it too. Product efficiency is fundamental to achieving sustainable energy goals for all. Our customers need solutions to help reduce electricity consumption, mitigate climate change, and help more people benefit from energy efficient products.

We must ensure that we take the necessary means to fight against lobbying by entrepreneurs who reject economic theories and the management practices that result from them, in order to maintain control over their sources of income. It is difficult to question traditional methods. Many entrepreneurs are not open to questioning traditional operating models. What we are bringing is an approach to reduce the cost of thermal insulation. What we are proposing is not a risk but a new method aimed at reducing costs, and in some cases eliminating waste.

The likelihood of seeing a deterioration in the vulnerability of our competitors depends on whether they have developed a risk strategy and a reaction capacity. Those who can adapt to new technologies, adopt a reaction capacity to implement what a new technology brings, will withstand the change.