The German Innovation Award honors cross-industry products and solutions that distinguish themselves primarily through user-centeredness and added value compared to previous solutions. SICC Coatings received this award in Berlin in 2018 for its thermoceramic coatings. Jury Statement:
“The ThermoShield® product range clearly demonstrates that heating and cooling energy can be saved with a thermoceramic coating in a simple, economically compatible and resource-saving way. Without environmentally harmful biocides, ThermoShield® ensures reduced algae formation on the façade and prevents the formation of mould in the interior. In the long run, this saves material, energy and labor resources, sustainably protects expensive building materials, preserves values for future generations and protects the environment.”
Note: the European brand ThermoShield® and the globally managed brand ClimateActivePaint will be managed uniformly worldwide under the brand name ClimateCoating® since 2020.
Singapore is one of the world’s leading cities focusing on sustainable urban development. To underline the importance of energy-efficient construction, the Singaporean-German Chamber (SGC) and the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy have launched the “Energy Efficiency Award”. This award aims to highlight the best German innovative technology used in Singapore’s buildings.
The Energy Efficiency Award 2018 was presented to our cooperation partner A.S.L.E. Green Solution PTE Ltd. in Singapore.
In the All Electric Challenge (NL), “Natuur & Milieu” challenged organisations and companies to offer a sustainable, high-quality and feasible alternative to natural gas. In this way, “Natuur & Milieu” wants to encourage the switch to electrically heated houses. “Natuur & Milieu” is an independent environmental organisation.
Our Dutch cooperation partner ClimateCoating Benelux BV, was involved in a joint venture that won a grand prize in the All Electric Challenge.
The Energy Globe Award is the most important prize for sustainability worldwide. The Energy Globe National Award 2011 Lithuania was awarded to the project “Energy refurbishment of a kindergarten in Vilnius”.
SYNAMOME is a professional association for architecture and project management in the building industry – based in Paris. www.synamome.org
The Innovation Award was presented in 2013 to our French cooperation company Colorterm, Ruy.
The Green Building Material Certificate is a certificate that recognizes environmentally friendly building materials in Taiwan. Our Taiwanese country partner, Climate Green Care Corp., received this certificate in September 2018.
Please note: The ClimateAktivePaint® and ThermoShield® brands have been merged to form the ClimateCoating® brand, for a uniform appearance worldwide. All previous certificates and test certificates remain valid.
“Greenguard” is a globally recognized and very strict standard for labeling low-emission products. All ClimateCoating® main products carry the “Greenguard” certificate in gold.
The Cool Roof Rating Council (CRRC), an ISO 17065 accredited organization, has the ISO 17025 rating from a CRRC-recognized Test result data provided by the testing laboratory and determined that this roofing product (ThermoActive) meets the requirements of the ANSI/CRRC S100 standard and the CRRC-1 program manual fulfilled.
The certificate of conformity proves the compliance with the requirements PN-C-81914:2002 of emulsion paints for interior applications (ThermoVital, ThermoPLus, Lumen and Interior) and the compliance with the test requirements PN-C-81914:1998 of emulsion paints on building facades (ThermoProtect, History, Exterior).
R&D Services, Inc. (USA) provides accurate and efficient testing for the insulation industry. More than 70 tests are accredited, including ASTM and CAN/ULC material specifications. The testing and consulting competence is recognized worldwide. R&D Services works with accreditation and enforcement agencies around the world.
Registration of the utility model No. 203 14 145.8 under the designation “Surface coating with endothermic effects” at the German Patent and Trademark Office on 18.12.2003.