NEW DELHI: HeatCure, Industry’s first Japanese nano-technology-based transparent liquid coating for all types of glasses, announced its expansion into the B2C segment following its remarkable success in the B2B market.
HeatCure already has a significant market presence in 23 cities, including Chennai, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Kochi, Pune, Ahmedabad, Surat, and many more.
The company’s current objective is to expand to all tier 1 and tier 2 cities by 2025. Buildings both for commercial and residential use are completely protected by the company’s nanotechnology-based glass coating, which filters 85% of infrared and 99% of ultraviolet heat radiation.
As we all notice the structures coming up today, be it Residential apartments, Villas or corporate buildings, are coming up with a lot of glass and glass has a natural tendency to transfer the heat inside the building in summers and transfer the inside heat outside in winters, here Heat Cure as a product comes into action by working in all seasons and forms a coating barrier through their Comprehensive Nanotechnology to block substantial heat coming IN from Glass doors and Façade in summers and retains in the inside heat inside during winters.
HeatCure’s transparent and rigid barricade over glass surfaces blocks up to 85% of heat, thanks to its nanotechnology-based liquid formula. While effectively blocking 85% of Infrared rays and 99% of Ultraviolet rays, HeatCure significantly reduces heat gain through any type of glass surface, whether it’s a window, door, or facade. Being a strong insulator, Heat Cure keeps your premises cool in summers and cozy in winters.
On the expansion Sanjay Mendiratta, Managing Director – HeatCure said “We are delighted to introduce HeatCure’s innovative nanotechnology glass coating to the B2C market, expanding our reach to consumers across India in major cities. Heat Cure invites glass dealers/distributers, UPVC/Aluminium doors and window fabrication units and glass processors to join hands on this revolutionary journey to protect the nation from scorching heat and ensure of energy saving of 15 to 20% thus reducing the carbon footprint on the environment. “