Sanjay Mendiratta, Founder & CEO, HeatCure
HeatCure, the only transparent Japanese nanotechnology coating, has launched operations in India. The primary function of this nanotechnology-based coating is to block heat gain from glass doors, windows and facades. With a sharp focus on providing superior heat management solutions, HeatCure’s cutting-edge glass coating products offer unparalleled protection against infrared (IR) and ultraviolet (UV) rays, ensuring comfortable and energy-efficient indoor environments.
The Indian glass industry has grown significantly in recent years, owing to the rising trend of using glass as a key material in new building projects, rather than conventional bricks. The versatility of glass to produce spectacular contemporary designs, allowing for adequate natural light and a sense of spaciousness, drives this trend in the building. However, as the usage of glass in buildings grows, it increases the indoor heat in summers and cold in winters, as glass allows huge temperature exchange between the inside & outside of a building.
HeatCure aims to address India’s pressing need for superior heat management solutions. These coatings offer unparalleled protection against infrared (IR) and ultraviolet (UV) rays, creating comfortable and energy-efficient indoor environments. Notably, HeatCure can effectively reduce solar heat gain through window glass by 4 to 10 degrees Celsius, leading to a substantial decrease in electricity consumption of 15-20% on a month-to-month basis. The technology also rejects 85% of IR and 99% of UV rays. With a lifecycle ranging from 12 to 15 years, HeatCure’s offerings ensure long-term benefits.
Heatcure is the only green building certified solution to a non-compliant glass facade, which acts as a roadblock for a structure to be Green Building certified. Introducing HeatCure to the Indian market aligns with the nation’s commitment to becoming a carbon-neutral country with reduced energy consumption.
HeatCure uses cutting-edge transparent Japanese nanotechnology coating that prevents rapid weather transfer by insulating the glass with a transparent coating manufactured in Japan (as per Indian climatic conditions), which keeps the building cool in summer and warm in winter, at the same time allowing light transmission. HeatCure’s entry into India comes at a critical time as the country faces scorching temperatures and escalating energy demands. This groundbreaking technology is poised to revolutionize the construction and hospitality industries by effectively shielding against solar radiation, and enabling natural light to illuminate the interiors while blocking up to 85% heat on the glass.
HeatCure has already onboarded key clients like Jubilant Food Works (Domino’s, Hong’s Kitchen, Dunkin Donuts etc), Subway, Bikanerwala, Radisson Blu, OMAXE Builders, Reliance Smart Stores, Marriott Hotels, The Leela Hotels, among others. Through these collaborations, HeatCure aims to showcase the tangible benefits of its technology in commercial spaces, highlighting its potential to improve customer experiences by maintaining a comfortable regulated temperature indoors and reduce operational costs by saving on electricity bills. We welcome glass processing units and glass industry dealers and distributors to partner with us on this revolutionary technology that manages heat ingress in buildings.