What Do Rhino Shield Customers Say?

03/14/2010
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Rhino Shield New England™- About 3M Ceramic Microspheres

03/09/2010

Ceramic microspheres were invented in the early 1960’s by the 3M Company as an outgrowth from the manufacture of solid ceramic beads. Because the microspheres are made of ceramic, they provide the additional benefits of high heat and chemical resistance.

The central air pocket in the microspheres provides an insulating barrier for your walls much like a thermos bottle does. This insulating, industrial maintenance-free coating is long lasting, offering superior mildew resistance, corrosion resistance, and ultra-violet ray reflectivity.

Rhino Shield’s 3M Ceramics incorporate different sized microspheres as fillers. Conventional paints utilize inexpensive mineral products as fillers that are irregular in shape and size. These irregularly shaped fillers don’t pack nearly as well as a mix of small and large microspheres. (The smaller spheres pack more tightly into the spaces between the smaller spheres.) The more densely the coating is packed with microspheres, the less permeable it is to stains and the thicker it is when dry.


Rhino Shield of New England™ on Facebook

03/08/2010

Become a Fan on Rhino Shield of New England™ on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/pages/Pembroke-MA/Rhino-Shield-of-New-England/383148884072?ref=ts


Rhino Shield of New England™ Customer Satisfation

03/03/2010

Client Testimonial for Rhino Shield of New England™


Dighton Community Church Project- Rhino Shield of New England™

03/03/2010

Dighton Community Church Project-Reverend Dave Stewart of Dighton Community Church, Dighton, Massachusetts. On his feelings about Rhino Shield of New England™, and why they used it on the Church, and the overall results and impressions


Newton Town Center Project- Rhino Shield of New England™ Part 2

03/02/2010

Catch Mat Giovanello and Pat Foley from Rhino Shield of New England™ on site at the Newton Town Center project with the PBS television programme “This Old House” part 2


Netwon Town Center Project- Rhino Shield of New England™

03/02/2010

Catch Mat Giovanello and Pat Foley from Rhino Shield of New England™ on site at the Newton Town Center project with the PBS television programme “This Old House”