Thermic Paint Q Heat Transmission Watt M2

THERMIC PAINT is highly reflective in the infrared range. This important property makes it possible to dramatically increase the efficiency of heating a room by reflecting heat and reducing heat loss.

Q Heat Transmission Thermic Paint is in exponent high fast growing demand!


Thanks to the PTC (Positive Temperature Coefficient) effect of the THERMIC heating coating, the power consumption decreases as it heats up, thereby dramatically increasing the efficiency of the heating coating while reducing energy consumption. 

THERMIC PAINT heaters are self-regulating SMART coatings.

Innovative Thermic Q Heat Transmission paint is here to replace radiators. A layer of Thermic paint, only 100 microns thick, can be applied to walls or ceilings to effectively heat a room.

The combined heat transfer of radiation and natural convection is a distinctive feature of infrared heating coatings. This feature makes Thermic Q Heat Transmission Paint heating coatings highly efficient and economical.

Accurate determination of the values of the power of convective and radiative heat transfer is an important condition for calculating the thermal power of infrared Thermic Q Heat Transmission Paint heating coatings.

Calculation example

Initial parameters:
Heating coating temperature: 40 С
Room air temperature: 18 С
Room dimensions: 4m x 5m x 2,5m = 50m3
Heating wall coatings dimensions: 4 x 1m2
Resistance of one heating coating, R: 5 Ohm

Calculation results:
Convective heat transfer energy: Qc = 419,2W
Radiation heat transfer energy: Qr = 496,1W
Required total heat energy output of the heaters: Qt = Qc + Qr = 915,3W

Required heat energy of one heater, Qt1: 229 W
Required current value, I: 6,77 A
Required voltage, U: 229 W / 6,77 A = 33.8 V
Required power supply, P: at least 250 VA

How does it work?

Infrared surface heating system: The Thermic paint layer has a high heating efficiency when connected to alternating or constant voltage.

Are Thermic Q Heat Transmission Paint coatings effective?

The thermal power is determined by the surface area that radiates heat.

About 60 percent of Thermic heat is released in the form of infrared radiation energy. This allows warming up the room to a comfortable temperature level with very little energy consumption. Radiators are no longer needed, and gas central heating systems become redundant. 

How is the connection to the heating coating carried out?

Simply apply an even layer of Thermic paint over thin copper self-adhesive strips, connect them with a cable to a low-voltage transformer, connect the power from the mains, and the heating system is ready.

Other Thermic Q Heat Transmission Paint uses 

The Thermic heating system can be used to effectively eliminate dampness in the building structure, i.e. walls, ceilings, windows, corners, etc. It is also highly effective against mould and rust.

What is Thermic Q Heat Transmission Paint? 

It is an acrylic water-based carbon paint, ready to be used. The paint is black or dark grey in appearance due to carbon content. It does not contain solvents or toxins. The paint dries in less than 24 hours and then can be plastered or painted over in any colour of choice. 

Easy application: the coating can be applied in any way.
Temperature range:  up to 200 degrees Celsius.
Electrical resistance: 1,0-2,0 Ohm/ Sq.
Voltage range: any voltage, AC / DC, from 1 to 240 volts. Depending on the resistance of the heater layer.

Thickness of single layer coating: 80-100 um

Coverage: 1L / 6 sq m

The dry matter content is less than 25%, which dramatically increases the elasticity of the coatings and their service life.

Toroidal Transformer

As a low voltage source, the best high-efficiency solution is a toroidal transformer to ensure quiet operation. 

Links to websites of companies that sell transformers:


Farnell UK,



Copper Strips Self-Adhesive

We recommend using one-inch-wide copper strips as electrodes for heating coatings.

Q Heat Transmission Thermic Paint is in high and exponent growing demand.