Bronya Climate Shield (BCS) thermal paint creates a waterproof thermal barrier on any surface that it is applied to, which eliminates heating or cooling bleed on steam lines and heating and plumbing infrastructure. It is able to withstand operating temperature fluctuations ranging from 5°C to 200°C/41°F to 392°F in applications such as cold-water supply pipelines, process pipelines, and gas pipelines. Additionally, BCS thermal barrier paint is a perfect solution for applications where a product such as liquified gas must be contained at a constant temperature for stability. It also offers a corrosion barrier by protecting the surface against ultraviolet radiation, which can lead to equipment failure and even catastrophic damage.


Where can it be applied

  • Internal pipelines
  • Oil pipelines
  • Gas ducts
  • Flowlines
  • Water pipelines
  • Ventilation ducting
  • Valves
  • Channels in boilers
  • Heating points
  • Pumping stations

Advantages & Qualities

Energy Savings

Our technology has proven to reduce energy costs in most structures by up to 20 percent, which we believe can help to accelerate the world towards a more sustainable future

Anti Corrosion

BCS products contain rust inhibitors that extend the surfaces life expectancy

Anti-Moisture, Mold & Condensation

BCS prevents excess moisture while eliminating wall freezing and providing protection form condensation & mold formation inside the pipes

Easy to Assemble

BCS provide flexibility while application of products. The protective paint can apply first, then parts can be easily assembled with little effort

Cost Reduction

BCS products reduces the capital and operational costs of the thermal protection. The easy to apply products give almost same converge and expenditures for labor costs as paint


BCS thermal paint does not let the surfaces/containers warm-up easily that has hot materials inside and protects from burns or heat injuries

High Maintainability

The high maintainability of the product keeps the required temperature needed for different surfaces