Al's HNR, is proprietary blend of latex synthetic polymers. It contains acrylic, PVA and vinyl styrene and reinforced with ceramic micro spheres that provide incredible insulation, heat reflection and sound deadening properties. HNR can withstand up to 500F and reflects exterior temperatures by 45?F or more. HNR can be applied to virtually any substrate with minimal prep, works just like latex paint. Excellent for interior automotive applications of all types! Al's HNR keeps your ride cool in the summer and warm in the winter. Also keep your RV, Box Trailer and Campers insulated by applying HNR to the roof, walls and floor. HNR can even be used for commercial and residential applications to cut energy cost.
How many square feet will one bucket cover, and are multiple coats required to achieve advertised heat resistance and noise reduction?
Asked by Mike from on
Hey Mike, the Als Liner HNR Heat and Noise Reducer would cover the floor of almost any vehicle twice. Your going to want to do two coats for the best heat resistance and noise reduction. Thanks for your question.
Answered by Devin B. ext 4835 from on
Scorpion Protective Coatings developed a hit in 1995 with its high-solids coating that didn't need to be applied with pricey machines and was highly customizable for a wide range of applications. Industrial contractors loved it so much that they asked Scorpion Protective Coatings if it could be applied to their work truck beds. Scorpion tweaked their formula just a little and in 2008 Scorpion introduced Al's Liner DIY truck bed liners to the consumer retail market. It didn't take long for Jeep owners to get in on the trend and start using Al's Liner products to line their Jeep tubs and we carry many of their parts. Shop Als Liner Now