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Stuart Burchill Creates Heat Shield Coatings to Insulate Large Tanks

The long-lasting solution manufacturers have been waiting for is here thanks to Stuart Burchill’s nanotechnology.

Manufacturers face the difficult task of insulating their large tanks and processing equipment. These tanks usually hold fuel oil, process asphalt, or are used in chemical processing. Depending on the nature of the factory, tanks can tower multiple stories high, which means there is plenty of room for heat loss or gain. Not only do manufacturers need to find a way to insulate extremely large and bulky pieces of equipment, but they also need to find materials that will stand up to outside weather conditions.

Nanotechnology expert, Stuart Burchill, explains that older types of insulation, such as fiberglass and mineral wool, are especially difficult to apply. They must be wrapped around the entire tank and then be held in place with an exterior covering, usually made of aluminum. Stuart Burchill notes that these older forms of insulation are extremely time consuming and expensive to apply, not to mention their short lifespan in the event of moisture infiltration. Due to harsh outdoor and factory environments, moisture infiltration is almost impossible to avoid, causing corrosion underneath the insulation (CUI), which can be a multi-billion dollar problem.

To help manufacturers solve this important issue, Stuart Burchill created Heat Shield Thermal Insulation Coatings, sold by Synavax. These spray on coatings are easy to apply to any equipment no matter the size, shape, or location. It offers a high performance thermal insulation that prevents corrosion, lowers energy costs, and increases safety in the workplace.

Stuart Burchill explains that spray on nanotechnology coatings eliminate the need for the laborious application process needed in older forms of insulation, since affixing a second layer around the tank insulation is no longer necessary. Below, Stuart Burchill lists the benefits of coating large tanks with Heat Shield Thermal Insulation Coatings.
ong-lasting Insulation.
Maintain high insulation performance and results.
Resistant to rain and moisture infiltration.
Prevent corrosion and CUI.
Can be applied while tank is still hot and operating.
Splash resistant to chemicals.
Easy to apply – as simple as painting!

These benefits are impossible to ignore, which is why Stuart Burchill’s thermal insulation coatings are making their way around the world! High Shield EPX-H20 coatings have been used on sulfur, asphalt, and deaeration tanks for clients. Other manufactures have seen amazing results by using Stuart Burchill’s Heat Shield High Heat and Translucent PT coatings for onshore and offshore fuel oil storage tanks, methanol tanks, black liquor tanks, digester tanks, and biodiesel tanks.

Seeing is believing, which is why Stuart Burchill offers demonstrations and small batch orders for testing. Save money, protect your assets, and request a custom specification today. For more information, please visit:

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Manufacturer Documents 47% Energy Cost Reduction With Stuart Burchill’s Technology

A recent case study shows that Stuart Burchill’s award winning thermal insulation is beyond sustainable.

The Synavax Sustainability Series has produced revolutionary products that are entering factories worldwide, as manufactures strive to be more sustainable while saving money. Stuart Burchill’s patented and award-winning spray on insulation technology saves clients energy, improves factory safety, lowers carbon footprints, and increases equipment lifespans. Synavax has truly made a name for itself as a “one stop shop” for sustainability.

To help put things into perspective for potential customers, a recent study was conducted by Nerteks, a textile manufacturer that got real results by using Stuart Burchill’s Heat Shield High Heat thermal insulation and corrosion control, a spray on coating. Kolorgen Ltd., a Synavax distributor in Turkey, assisted the company with an evaluation of their steam consumption savings.

After three months of recording data, Nerteks revealed they were able to lower energy consumption and energy costs by 47.5%! This was accomplished by insulating heat process equipment using Stuart Burchill’s patented nanotechnology. Large pieces of equipment like yarn dyeing machines are not easy to insulate, however, with this new technology, almost any machine, large, small or bulky, can be coated. Stuart Burchill’s coatings have even been shown to improve the color consistency of dye batches since the insulation is so consistent and reliable.

Here’s how Nerteks found out they scored big:

Energy consumption was calculated by measuring steam with hot water meters. Side by side measurements were made on un-insulated machines as well as with machines that received 10 coats of Stuart Burchill’s Heat Shield High Heat thermal insulation coating. The same meter was used for both machines, to guarantee no differences in the readings. Measurements taken over the course of three months were averaged.

What does that mean for you?

Even if you do not dye yarn, this study applies to all manufacturers! Multiple heat processes all use energy that originates in boilers, runs through steam and condensate piping, and powers the end equipment process. Stuart Burchill’s nanotechnology can be used on tanks, industrial ovens, pasteurizers, boilers, and more! No matter what the use of the equipment, having proper insulation is associated with reduced energy costs.

Stuart Burchill’s coatings can be demonstrated in small batches to prove its effectiveness. Complimentary specifications are available for heat process equipment and building envelope projects simply by request.
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Why You Should Upgrade Your Insulation With Stuart Burchill

Keeping old insulation could be costing you money, Stuart Burchill explains how.

Older forms of insulation have been known to dramatically lose their insulating value at a very fast rate, all due to one common issue, moisture infiltration. Once moisture finds its way in, fiberglass and mineral wood insulation can sometimes completely stop working altogether. This can also create more problems like corrosion and host the perfect environment for mold spores.

Nanotechnology expert, Stuart Burchill, shares that 98% of insulation system failures are related to moisture. He often hears clients voice concern when they’re dealing with soaring energy costs and unsafe surface temperatures, hardly a year after brand new insulation was installed. Moisture prevents fiberglass and mineral wood insulation to perform at the same level as when they were new.

So how much moisture does it take to ruin an entire installation of insulation? Stuart Burchill states that scientific studies, reported in the ASHRAE Journal, show that it only takes just 4% moisture infiltration by volume to reduce insulation effectiveness by 71%.

According to “Thermal Conductivity of Wet Insulation” published in the ASHRAE Journal:

“The thermal performance of an insulation material is based in part upon the existence of small air pockets within the structure. When these air pockets are replaced with water, the thermal conductivity of the material increases since water transfers heat more readily than air.”

To help manufacturers combat this issue, Stuart Burchill patenteda range of thermal insulation coatings that are moisture repellant, resistant to chemical splashes and withstand extreme weather conditions. The hydrophobic products also prevent corrosion and protect employees from hot surface temperatures.

Corporations around the world are switching to Stuart Burchill’s spray on insulation coatings, which can be applied to any size and shape of equipment while still hot! These state-of-the-art coatings have a long lasting performance of 10 years or more, providing consistent coverage throughout its entire life span. Moisture won’t build up between the insulation and substrate, which ultimately saves hundreds of thousands of dollars in maintenance and repair costs.

About Stuart Burchill

CEO/CTO of Industrial Nanotech Inc., Stuart Burchill is an expert in sustainability, nanoscience solutions, and manufacturing. His patented Heat Shield EPX-H20 spray on thermal insulation helps those in the manufacturing industry meet safety, preventative maintenance, and sustainability goals by providing corrosion resistance, CUI prevention, moisture resistance, and chemical resistance as well as by reducing equipment surface temperatures. Heat Shield EPX-H20 is water-based, sustainable, and low in VOC. For more information, please visit:

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Stuart Burchill Highlights Manufacturing Trends for 2019

With the fast pace of advancements in modern industry, Stuart Burchill explains why current trends matter for manufacturers.

It’s necessary for manufacturers to embrace change if they wish to stay relevant and prosperous in today’s market. The best way for a company to evolve with changing times is to understand the key trends and new technologies within their industry. Nanotechnology expert, Stuart Burchill, believes it can help manufacturers predict the future of their company and create a long-term strategic plan.

Technology, streamlined processes, and the continued drive for energy savings and sustainability stay at the forefront of manufacturing trends in 2019. While becoming more eco-friendly is extremely viable for helping the planet, Stuart Burchill notes that it also helps manufacturers save money and make more money in the long run. He knows this firsthand, as his employees are out in the field every week helping plant and facility managers solve issues with insulation and surface protection.

Stuart Burchill is always amazed at the innovations that come to life in the heart of factories, and shares with you the manufacturing trends to watch out for in 2019.

Predictive Maintenance

You don’t need to have worked in a factory to know that keeping a production line operating is critical to the bottom line. An efficient manufacturing line helps a factory maximize profits, meaning any delay or downtime could put manufacturers at a severe loss, not to mention the risk of getting behind schedule in shipments. According to a survey by ITIC, 98% of organizations say that just one hour of downtime costs them over $100,000, and 81% say it costs them over $300,000.

Stuart Burchill highlights predictive maintenance as a key manufacturing trend for 2019, as companies invest in high-quality maintenance applications that monitor equipment using multiple performance metrics. It saves time, money, and resources by automatically alerting staff when maintenance is required.

Sustainability Initiatives

As some organizations reap the benefits of corporate responsibility and sustainability goals, others are now more eager to follow suit. Stuart Burchill explains that in 2019, companies will be prioritizing the cornerstones of sustainability to further streamline processes, reduce waste, lower costs, and increase employee retention rates. The positive cost-cutting advantages compliment the environmental impact that goes along with incorporating things like reducing energy use, water use, waste, and carbon emissions.

Enterprise Resource Planning Systems (ERP)

Combining and analyzing different forms of data from all departments in an organization can be nearly impossible, which is why many corporations are moving towards ERP systems. This software can be used in multiple areas within an organization for everything from accounting to engineering. When shared transactional data is in one place, it can be analyzed in real time and help leaders make insightful and timely business decisions. Stuart Burchill notes that ERP systems also improve consistency, efficiency, and collaboration.

About Stuart Burchill

CEO/CTO of Industrial Nanotech Inc., Stuart Burchill is an expert in sustainability, nanoscience solutions, and manufacturing. His patented Heat Shield EPX-H20 spray on thermal insulation helps those in the manufacturing industry meet safety, preventative maintenance, and sustainability goals by providing corrosion resistance, CUI prevention, moisture resistance, and chemical resistance as well as by reducing equipment surface temperatures. Heat Shield EPX-H20 is water-based, sustainable, and low in VOC. For more information, please visit:

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Stuart Burchill Explains How One Company Can Change the World

Synavax launches green initiative to encourage customers to save our planet.

It’s no secret that humans have had a dramatic impact on the environment through logging and deforestation. As the population increases, so does our need for resources. One company however, is striving to make an impact by not only offering eco-friendly insulation products, but also by launching the Every Leaf Matters initiative.
Synavax, a revolutionary company that specializes in research, nanotechnology, and sustainability, has taken the initiative to make a difference in our planet one leaf at a time. With every order of energy saving product purchased, Synavax will include free seeds for their customer to plant and participate in cleaning up our precious air and reduce global warming… the natural way.

Collectively, humans can make a drastic impact with just a little bit of effort from each person. Plants cool our climate by exchanging CO2 for O2, and by releasing evaporated water through transpiration. In addition to helping our planet, nanotechnology expert, Stuart Burchill, explains added key benefits of having plants around.


Keep respiratory diseases at bay by introducing houseplants into your home. Stuart Burchill explains that plants release approximately 97% of the water they take in back into the air, increasing the humidity of a room. They can also be very easy to care for depending on the species.
Studies conducted at the Agricultural University of Norway have shown that indoor plants reduce dry skin, colds, sore throats, and dry coughs. In addition, researchers at Kansas State University found that hospital patients with plants in their room had less anxiety and fatigue, had lower heart rates and blood pressure, and were released to go home sooner.

Stuart Burchill also notes that plants help people breathe easier by absorbing toxins from the air. People and plants are natural life partners since plants absorb the carbon dioxide humans breathe out, and then release oxygen, the gas humans depend on to survive.

Improved Productivity and Focus

A study by Dr. Virginia Lohr from Washington State University found that common houseplants made people 12% more productive and less stressed. This makes for happier employees, which leads directly to more satisfaction with a job and increased productivity.

Stuart Burchill is also particularly fascinated by a study at The Royal College of Agriculture in Circencester, England which showed that students demonstrate 70% greater attentiveness when taught in rooms containing plants.

Every Leaf Matters

Whether you are a renter or home buyer, Stuart Burchill believes there is the perfect plant for your living space. No matter the climate, everyone can grow a leaf and sow hope for future generations. Synavax has an interactive map on their website that shows how customers around the world are making a difference, one leaf at a time. Visit:

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Stuart Burchill’s Non-Toxic Insulation Protects Factory Employees

Eco-friendly spray on coating patented by Stuart Burchill changes the standard for insulation quality.

Insulation is an essential part of construction, whether that be for a home, commercial building, or factory. It helps owners cut costs on electricity by improving temperature efficiency and increasing safety measures. Even though this insulation can sometimes be hidden away in walls or hard to reach places, materials should not be filled with toxic chemicals that can cause health issues down the road. Nanotechnology expert, Stuart Burchill, recommends checking the toxicity and flammability of insulation before install to keep your home, office, or factory safe.

Everyone remembers the crisis that occurred when asbestos was widely used in building and pipe insulation. This dangerous chemical caused health issues like cancer, lung tissue scarring, and other serious conditions over time before it was banned in the United States by the EPA. Sadly, this could have been easily avoided through more research and precaution.

Another concern that should be addressed is flammable insulation. Stuart Burchill has seen the devastating effects of fires that are spread more rapidly by poor insulation. A client switched to Mr. Burchill’s technology after a fire started in his large metal storage facility. Spray on foam had been placed along the perimeter and ceiling on his facility to provide insulation, but because it was highly flammable, the fire spread through the building at a much faster pace putting employees at risk and causing significant damage.

Stuart Burchill is passionate about protecting factory employees from dangerous insulation as well as from extremely hot equipment. That’s one of the reasons he created his product line of patented nanotechnology based spray on insulation at INI Worldwide. It is a water-based insulation coating that is both non-toxic and non-flammable. It also protects from corrosion and holds up to outside weather conditions and chemical splashes. Stuart Burchill created a long lasting solution that has no potentially adverse health or safety hazards.

These coatings are also engineered to be environmentally friendly with very low VOC and zero VOC formulations. Stuart Burchill wants to help companies become more sustainable by providing a sustainable product overall. These products provide an extensive list of benefits that make it the sensible choice when it comes to installing new insulation. Stuart Burchill lists the benefits below.

Low odor
Mold/mildew resistant
Safe for use in food manufacturing facilities (incidental food contact surfaces)

Stuart Burchill and his team at INI Worldwide are on a mission to protect the future by bringing the best of science to the world’s greatest companies. INI Worldwide is a nanotechnology based research and development company that specializes in producing products for industry and individuals. For more information, visit:

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Insulating Factory Tanks Made Easy By Stuart Burchill

Even the largest equipment can be insulated using Stuart Burchill’s patented nanotechnology solution.

There are many key components needed to operate a factory efficiently. Machinery that functions properly is a factory owner’s biggest asset but can also be one of their biggest challenges. Many people don’t realize the necessity of insulation in a factory setting. It helps maintain temperatures inside equipment and protects employees from dangerously hot materials.

Standard forms of insulation are made of materials like fiberglass or mineral wool that have to completely cover equipment and be reinforced to stay in place. These older forms of insulation can be both time consuming and expensive to apply. If that isn’t bad enough, they can’t withstand outdoor conditions. Moisture will cause corrosion under insulation (CUI), leaving factory owners with even bigger problems than they started with.

So what happens when a factory is faced with insulating tanks that are multiple stories high? Insulation must be able to wrap around the entire object, hold up to weather conditions, and resist chemical splashes. Stuart Burchill created the ultimate solution for equipment of all sizes: Heat Shield EPX-H20.

This innovative spray-on insulation uses patented nanotechnology to easily coat objects of any size or shape. Heat Shield EPX-H20 is an economical, long-lasting solution for insulating large tanks that hold things like fuel, asphalt, chemicals, and more. Stuart Burchill’s revolutionary technology can be sprayed on hot equipment, meaning no downtime on the production line. It prevents unwanted issues like corrosion and holds up to extreme conditions.

Benefits of Heat Shield EPX-H20:

Long-lasting insulating performance
Resistant to rain and moisture infiltration
Prevent corrosion and CUI
Can be sprayed on while tank is in service and warm/hot
Splash resistant to chemicals
Easy to apply – It’s just like painting!

Stuart Burchill’s spray on insulation can be found on big projects around the country. Heat Shield EPX-H20 has been proven effective on tanks that hold sulfur, methanol, black liquor, and biodiesel. It has also been used on onshore and offshore oil storage tanks, deaeration tanks, and digester tanks.

Stuart Burchill and his team also provide demonstrations to show the drastic change in temperate after application. Heat Shield EPX-H2O will save money by protecting equipment from outside elements and also by accounting for heat loss and gain.

For a price estimate, contact Synavax with your tank dimensions, operating surface temperature, and goals for acquiring insulation. Stuart Burchill’s team will send a custom specification right away.
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Nanotechnology Expert, Stuart Burchill, Solves Big Problems With Tiny Invention

Factories and chemical plants face big challenges when it comes to maintaining and operating large equipment. These concerns include protecting employees’ physical well-being, combating high energy costs, and reducing downtime on production lines. All of these problems revolve around big equipment, but can be solved with a very small solution. Stuart Burchill’s patented nanotechnology has been proven to solve the most difficult problems faced in factories today.

Machinery, piping, tanks, boilers, and ovens can become dangerously hot, posing a very big risk for both the workers and the company which is responsible for protecting them. It can be very difficult to tell the difference between equipment that is cool or scorching hot, which means a reliable barrier must be placed around hot surfaces to avoid unnecessary burns.

Applying a barrier seems like an easy task, but in fact, it is quite a big problem to solve. Harsh environments found inside factories quickly degrade regular insulation surrounding large and bulky equipment. Stuart Burchill’s spray on insulation technology is a powerful 2-part water based reactive prepolymer that has excellent splash resistance to chemicals, so it will last longer than traditional methods. It is also resistant to moisture and dust, preventing corrosion of the underlying substrate. Heat Shield EPX-H20 can be applied to any machine, no matter what shape, saving companies the hassle of putting custom cut insulation in hard to reach places.

Stuart Burchill’s Heat Shield EPX-H20 coating can bring surface temperatures as hot as 400F down to the OSHA and ISO 45001 Occupational Health and Safety standards of 140F. This cool touch temperature prevents serious contact burn injuries by allowing employees to touch the surface for about five seconds without suffering irreversible damage. This only takes a few hours, and the equipment can still be hot and operating. Stuart Burchill’s revolutionary nanotechnology prevents down time on production lines, saving factories big money in the long run.

Heat Shield EPX-H20 is changing the insulation standard for both quality and effectiveness in the industrial industry. This groundbreaking spray on insulation is easy to apply, and even protects equipment from sea spray and salt air, a big issue for companies that work along shores or on rigs. For more information or to request a demo, visit:

Seeing is Believing… and Stuart Burchill is Demonstrating a New Standard of Workplace Safety

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Stuart Burchill demonstrates how his patented nanoscience based inventions lower energy bills for manufacturers AND increase worker safety.

In the past, groundbreaking technology could sometimes seem out of reach or too good to be true. Decision-makers and gatekeepers in factories hesitate when presented with a new invention they haven’t seen work in real life, and budgets can feel too tight to take a risk. Stuart Burchill is changing that notion by demonstrating his patented industrial insulation coating at factories. This invention is changing the standard for industrial workplace safety, and it’s even more impressive when experienced in person.

Stuart Burchill’s safe-touch coating provides a barrier between employees and scalding hot surfaces that are found in factories. This innovative spray-on insulation changes surface temperatures that are as hot as 400F and brings them down to 140F in just a few hours while the surface is hot and the equipment remains functional. It sounds unbelievable, but Stuart Burchill can make it happen right before your eyes. His technical team travels almost every week to factories around the US and around the world to demonstrate the effectiveness of their product on boilers, steam pipes, ovens, and other hot factory surfaces.

The safety and security of a company’s employees should come first and foremost, but spending time on getting new purchases approved can sometimes take a backseat to other corporate needs. While older forms of insulation begin to degrade or lose effectiveness, these innovative technologies can be used to quickly and easily replace the outdated materials and adhere to any shape. It will not only protect employees from injury and accidents, but also lower energy bills. Stuart Burchill explains the key advantages of his inventions and why they are so simple to demonstrate.

It can be applied to hot equipment while operating.

Heat Shield is sold in 2 gallon sizes, perfect for demonstration.

Results visible within hours

A coverage as little as 3 coats can give an impressive temperature reduction.

The water-based product is easy to clean up.

To see amazing results for yourself at your factory, contact or by phone at 800-767-3998.

Stuart Burchill’s Thermal Insulation Coating Improves Industrial Workplace Safety

In only two hours, equipment that was once 352 degrees Fahrenheit is now safe to touch with Stuart Burchill’s groundbreaking technology.

Factories around the world struggle to protect their employees from hot equipment and machinery. It can be extremely difficult, for example, to tell which pipes are scalding hot and which are normal and safe to touch.

Both the OSHA and ISO 45001 Occupational Health and Safety standards provide requirements for personnel safety in the workplace. Stuart Burchill’s thermal insulation coating helps clients internationally meet those standards by covering potentially dangerous surfaces.

Equipment that can be too hot to touch includes:

  • Steam pipes
  • Steam valves
  • Boilers
  • Ovens
  • Cookers
  • Processing Tank
  • Curing molds
  • Other heat process equipment

Generally, a “safe touch” surface temperature is recognized as 140F (60C) or below. This guideline is recommended by The Standard Guide for Heated System Surface Conditions that Produce Contact Burn Injuries (ASTM C1055). On average, a person can touch a surface which measures 140F for about five seconds without sustaining irreversible damage from burns.

Forming a reliable barrier around hot surfaces has been challenging with older forms of insulation. Equipment made with fiberglass or mineral wood is exceptionally difficult to wrap around pipe elbows, values, boilers, or ovens. Older insulation technologies are also more vulnerable to moisture and dust infiltration, ultimately reducing their insulating ability.

The Value of a Durable, Long-Lasting Spray-On Insulation for Personnel Safety

Stuart Burchill’s thermal insulation paint is revolutionary in both quality and effectiveness. It’s resistant to moisture and dust and prevents corrosion of the underlying substrate. Stuart Burchill’s coating is also resistant to chemical splashes, meaning it holds up in extreme factory environments.

Spray-on insulation technology instantly conforms to any surface, no matter its size, shape, or location. The coating stays in place and maintains a high level of performance for its long lifespan of a decade or more. Stuart Burchill’s thermal insulation coating  has the ability to bring a surface as hot as 400F down to 140F in just a matter of hours and can be applied while the surface is still hot.

See the Results for Yourself!

It’s one thing to read about an industry changing product, and another to see EPX-H2O demonstrated in person! Check out this video of Stuart Burchill demonstrating temperature reduction due to the application of spray on insulation. The uncoated steam pipe was 352F, reduced to safe touch in the course of just two hours.