Live Course: Mitigating Thermal Bridging with Fluid-Applied Coatings

Register for this live course to learn more about how much of an impact thermal bridging can have on the performance of your projects.


Thermal bridging can have a significant impact on a building envelope’s performance—from energy loss to condensation and mildew issues that can lead to long-term damage. This presentation discusses using fluid-applied coatings to minimize thermal bridging in new and existing buildings.

The session will address key areas of concern that can utilize fluid-applied coatings without altering the structural design elements of the building while saving time and money.

Date: August 15th, 2019 at 12 noon ET.

To Register, click Add to Cart. On the day of the event, log in, click My AIAU and choose My Courses to locate the live course.

This course is sponsored by Tnemec

If you would like more information about fluid-applied coatings, click here to contact Tnemec

Learning objectives

  • Provide an overview of aerogel particles and fluid-applied coatings, and their ability to reduce condensation
  • Explain where thermal bridging is a concern on the interior and exterior of buildings
  • Demonstrate the benefits of using a fluid-applied coating to address indoor air quality issues and reduce thermal bridging
  • Discuss the standards that address the need for continuous insulation (i.e. ASHRAE 90.1-2010)
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  • Andy Hoffman

    Director of Insulation and Specialty Products | Tnemec Company Inc.

    As Director of Insulation and Specialty Products with Tnemec Company Inc., Andy Hoffman is...

Course details

Contents: Live course, evaluation

Duration: 1:00