• NANOIZOL SE, Czech republic

What is Bronya?

Bronya is a liquid ultra-thin ceramic thermal insulation, the main component of which are vacuum-filled microceramic balls developed using nanotechnology. Depending on the modification, Bronya coatings, which are used as paints, have extremely effective and durable heat-insulating, anti-noise, leveling, anti-corrosion, anti-condensation, anti-fungal, frost-resistant, waterproof and fire-resistant properties. Bronya coatings are very durable. They can be used on metal, concrete, aerated concrete, brick, plaster, plastic, rubber, glass, wood and many other surfaces.

Their operating temperature ranges from -60°C to +260°C. They have a thermal conductivity of 0,001 W/m°C.


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BRONYA Fireprotection

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What is the lifespan compared to classic thermal insulation materials?

The basic component of Bronya nanothermal insulation coatings are ceramic balls, which make up to 80% of the mixture, and the rest are binder polymers. After polymerization of the material, i.e. after drying, this material shows high resistance to atmospheric changes, is waterproof and mechanically resistant. Thermal insulation of facades made of polystyrene or mineral wool must be perfectly protected from external influences. In case of any malfunctions, it is subject to accelerated deterioration.

Are there any downsides?

Due to the specific structure of these materials, the mixing and application process must be carried out according to . Care must be taken when preparing the substrate and especially when preparing the coating (mixing). When applying a thermal insulation coating with a compressor, it is inevitable to follow the established procedures. The compressor type should be in accordance with the specifications (airless compressors only). If you want to do the work independently - consult us first!


Thermal insulation coating BRONYA under a microscope VS competitive coating


Thermal insulation coating BRONYA under a microscope. One can see the special microstructure of the hollow ceramic ball connected by polymers that prevent the transfer of heat through the material.


Thermal insulation coating 2 (imitation) under a microscope. The “broken” microstructure of the competing material can be seen.


Thermal insulation coating 3 (imitation). There is no developed microstructure that would prevent heat transfer in the material.