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Corporate Portfolio

  1. 1. REM-H COATING SOLUTIONS PRODUCT & SERVICES PORTFOLIO LTD., INC.
  2. 2. TABLE OF CONTENTS• ABOUT OUR COMPANY ............................................................................................. 1• PROJECTS DONE ....................................................................................................... 2• REM-H TOTAL ROOF PRESERVATION AND LEAKPROOFING SYSTEM .................. 4• OTHER PRIMARY SERVICES OFFERED .................................................................... 10• APPENDICES • APPENDIX I: COLOR SELECTIONS ...................................................................... 11 • APPENDIX II: MATERIALS TECHNICAL DATA ....................................................... 12 • APPENDIX III: ESTIMATING GUIDE FOR METAL ROOFS ..................................... 17 • APPENDIX IV: DETAILED ILLUSTRATIONS OF OUR METHODOLOGY ................ 18 • APPENDIX V: CHEMICAL RESISTANCE OF REM-H CERAMIC COATING ........... 29 • APPENDIX VI: TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF WARRANTY ................................. 30 • APPENDIX VII: TECHNICAL REPORT ON REFLECTIVITY AND THE RESEARCH DONE BY FSEC ................................................................. 31
  3. 3. ABOUT OUR COMPANY• REM-H COATING SOLUTIONS LTD. INC. is a duly existing and registered corporation by virtue of the laws of the Republic of the Philippines. It was generally created purposely to engage in coating applications and distributorship of local and international coatings to the local market.• We started as a sole-proprietor and evolved after 20 years as a corporation. The evolution is to further strengthen the fiscal standing of the business enterprise. Within the corporation is a merger of of the importing, trading and paint application in order to provide an all-in-one service to our existing and prospective clients.• The lateral expansion that took up two decades to materialize gives us the advantage that other contractors cannot offer - world-class paints using the highest quality of workmanship, both for a very affordable and competitive price. That is why, no one in the industry provides the same level of service as REM-H does. 1
  4. 4. PROJECTS DONE (1996 to 2003)• Westin Philippine • Ford Philippines • Lucent Tech., Plaza • Visteon Philippines Enterprise Building• Wukong Ind. Plant • Fujitsu Plant • Rotaflex PPA• Anam Instrument • Nanox Plant • National Bookstore,• Baesa Re-Devt Corp. • Summit Point Q. Ave Branch• Luzon Elec. Tech. • Shinetsu Philippines • GNF Plant• Wyeth Suaco • Amkor-Anam Plant • Mike Velarde• Citibank Tower • Minamy Plant Residence• Kito Plant • Toshiba Plant • Daiho• L&K Plant • Henkel Philippines • SMC• CM-TDK Plant • Elec. Assembly Inc. • PMI• Chiyoda Plant • Proctor & Gamble • Montgomery Place• Takata Plant • Tape, Inc. • Ferndale Homes• Santec Philippines • Globe Telecom • Westar Building• Villamor Airbase • Sysu International Hangar 2
  5. 5. PROJECTS DONE (2004 to Present)• Bauan Hospital • Ibiden Philippines • Zuellig Pharma• Lamcor, Sta. Rosa • SMP Plant (Canlubang)• Honda Philippines • PNCC Concrete • Sofitel Hotel• Sky Plaza Building Columns, SLEX • Zuellig Dagupan• ROHM Building • Hitachi Metals • TDK Philippines• RASPI Building • Keihin Philippines • Wyeth Philippines• PBCOM Building • Perpetual Help • Zuellig (Sun Valley• Gardenia Bakeries University Warehouse)• NT Philippines • United Laboratories• Westin Philippine • Isuzu Philippines Plaza Hotel • Isuzu Autoparts• Honda Motorcycles • Zuellig Pharma (Cebu)• Daeduck Philippines • Miyasaka Polymer• Castem Philippines • Yamaha Motor• Honda Batangas • Zuellig Pharma Plant (Sucat) 3
  6. 6. REM-H TOTAL ROOFPRESERVATION &LEAKPROOFINGSYSTEMA STEP-BY-STEP INSTRUCTIONOF THE COATING SYSTEMSYSTEM OF WORK VARIES ON A CASE-TO-CASEBASIS. THE PROCESS HEREINAFTER PRESENTED ISTHE GENERIC METHODOLOGY 4
  7. 7. STEP 1: REMOVAL OF DETERIORATED, PREVIOUSLY-APPLIED COATING 5(IF ANOTHER TYPE OF COATING SYSTEM WAS APPLIED BEFORE)
  8. 8. STEP 2: CLEANING THE SURFACE USING PRESSURIZED WATER AND 6SPECIALLY-FORMULATED CLEANING SOLUTION
  9. 9. STEP 3: APPLYING RUST-PROOFING PRIMER EITHER ON THE ENTIRE ROOF 7OR ONLY ON SELECTIVE PLACES, DEPENDING ON THE PACKAGE.
  10. 10. STEP 4: SEALING OF JOINTS, SEAMS, PROTRUSIONS AND FASTENERS 8USING BUTTERGRADE SEALANT AND REINFORCEMENT FIBER.
  11. 11. STEP 5: APPLICATION OF BASECOAT, TOPCOAT (THE NUMBER OF COATS DEPENDSON THE PACKAGE AVAILED BY THE CLIENT) AND MAY INCLUDE THE APPLICATION OFREM-H ACRYLIC SEALER ON TOP OF THE TOPCOAT FOR BETTER DURABILITY. 9
  12. 12. OTHER PRIMARYSERVICES OFFERED• REM-H WALL COATING SYSTEM • EXTERIOR WALL PAINTING WITH LEAKPROOFING SYSTEM • INTERIOR WALL PAINTING• REM-H FLOOR COATING SYSTEM • POLYASPARTIC POLYUREA (*SOON*) • ANTI-STATIC FLOOR SYSTEM • EPOXY FLOOR SYSTEM• REM-H ROCKWOOL INSULATION WITH CERAMIC COATING AND LEAKPROOFING SYSTEM (*NEW*)10
  13. 13. APPENDIX I:COLOR SELECTIONS• WHITE* • LIGHT TAN• LIGHT GRAY • TAN• MEDIUM GRAY • PATINA GREEN• DARK GRAY • TEAL GREEN• SLATE BLUE • EVERGREEN• TERRACOTA THE STANDARD COLOR IS WHITE. COLORS OTHER THAN WHITE MAY BE SUBJECT TO ADDITIONAL CHARGE11
  14. 14. APPENDIX II: MATERIALS TECHNICAL DATA• REM-H BUTTER GRADE • Increased tensile strength and SEALANT elongation, ideally suited for sealing mechanical fasteners and • A water-based, high solids horizontal seas on metal roofs, as elastomeric sealant utilizing the well as around flashings, drains latest advances in 100% acrylic and protrusions. technology. • Has excellent adhesion to • Its thick, buttery consistency asphaltic roofing, metal, allows it to be easily worked into concrete, wood, hypalon and vertical seams on metal roofs, polyurethane foam, and can also gaps in flashings and around be used for encapsulating prostrusions, and into heavily RoofMate Mesh reinforcement alligatored areas in weathered fabric. built-up roofing. 12
  15. 15. APPENDIX II: MATERIALS TECHNICAL DATA• REM-H BASECOAT • The fire retardant chemicals are permanently locked into the • A 60% volume solids, cured coating and will not leach waterbased acrylic elastomer out upon extended weathering. coating utilizing the latest advances in acrylic technology. • REM-H Basecoat is a “breathing” coating, allowing moisture vapor • It combines 100% acrylic to pass through the film while emulsion polymers with remaining impervious to mass reinforcing laminar pigments, water penetration. powerful biocides and non- migrating fir retardants for superior physical properties, adhesion, durability, weatherproofing, mildew resistance and fire retardancy. 13
  16. 16. APPENDIX II: MATERIALS TECHNICAL DATA• REM-H ACRYLIC • Reduced Energy Costs – Remains white to reflect the suns REFLECTIVE ELASTOMER heat dramatically lowering roof • A water-based, high solids, substrate temperature flexible advanced acrylic coating. • Long Term Flexibility – advanced • High reflectivity combined with elastic acrylic polymers remain good weatherability, ultraviolet permanently flexible upon extended exterior exposure resistance, adhesion and ease of application makes this coating • Water-Based – Contains no effective for providing long term solvents, cleans up with water. reflectivity over a wide range of • Color Stable – The acrylic resins roofing substrates. crosslink under UV exposure to lock in color and lock out dirt. • Advantages: • High Film Build – High volume • Ultraviolet Resistant – No solids allows fast application to deleterious effects after 4,000 uniformly cover textured hrs. accelerated weathering. substrates. 14
  17. 17. APPENDIX II: MATERIALS TECHNICAL DATA• REM-H GRAFFITI • Its low viscosity allows it to “wet RESISTANT ACRYLIC in” and lock the substrate. It will allow moisture vapor to escape SEALER from the building interior, yet • A water-based, penetrating provides excellent damp-proofing sealer designed to produce a characteristics on the exterior. clear, semi-gloss surface sheen. • The appearance will remain • It is manufactured from non- uniform, eliminating any yellowing, 100% acrylic resins to blotchiness from water staining, form a durable finish that even after years of service. provides long-term water • It imparts a slick, semi-gloss film. repellency, dirt and graffiti resistance, and weather protection 15
  18. 18. APPENDIX II: MATERIALS TECHNICAL DATA SOLIDS BY TENSILE ELONGATION HARDNESS GLOSS VOLUME STRENGTH BUTTERGRADE 325 psi (2.24 66% 200% - - SEALER MPa) BASECOAT 60% - - - - 250 psi (1.66 70 TO 80 TOPCOAT 60% 200% - MPa) SHORE A ACRYLIC 18% - - - 55 SEALER 16
  19. 19. APPENDIX III: ESTIMATING GUIDE FORMETAL ROOFS 17
  20. 20. APPENDIX IV: DETAILED ILLUSTRATIONS 18
  21. 21. APPENDIX IV: DETAILED ILLUSTRATIONS 19
  22. 22. APPENDIX IV: DETAILED ILLUSTRATIONS 20
  23. 23. APPENDIX IV: DETAILED ILLUSTRATIONS 21
  24. 24. APPENDIX IV: DETAILED ILLUSTRATIONS 22
  25. 25. APPENDIX IV: DETAILED ILLUSTRATIONS 23
  26. 26. APPENDIX IV: DETAILED ILLUSTRATIONS 24
  27. 27. APPENDIX IV: DETAILED ILLUSTRATIONS 25
  28. 28. APPENDIX IV: DETAILED ILLUSTRATIONS 26
  29. 29. APPENDIX IV: DETAILED ILLUSTRATIONS 27
  30. 30. APPENDIX IV: DETAILED ILLUSTRATIONS 28
  31. 31. APPENDIX V: CHEMICAL RESISTANCE AGENT REM-H CERAMIC COATING HOT WATER VERY GOOD SEA WATER EXCELLENT SOAP GOOD OILS AND FATS VERY GOOD ALKALI (IN NaOH - Weak Lye Solution) GOOD ACID (5% HCl - Weak Muriatic Solution) VERY POOR ACID RAIN (Weak Sulfuric Solution) FAIR DEICER (CaCl) EXCELLENT ANTIFREEZE (Ethylene Glycol) VERY GOOD Excellent: Retains Properties MOTOR OIL VERY GOOD Very Good: Slight change / DIESEL FUEL GOOD Color change HYDROGEN PEROXIDE VERY GOOD Good: Softens BLEACH VERY GOOD VINEGAR (3%-5% Acetic Acid) VERY POOR Fair: Incidental Contact INDUSTRIAL ACID CLEANER (10% HCl) VERY POOR Poor: Loss of Properties INDUSTRIAL ACID CLEANERR (20% PHOSPHORIC) VERY POOR STRONG CAUSTIC (20% NaOH Solution) FAIR Very Poor: Dissolves STRONG CAUSTIC (28% Ammonia) FAIR OXYGENATED GASOLINE FAIR JET FUEL VERY GOOD 29
  32. 32. APPENDIX VI: TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF 1, 2,3 & 5-YEARS WARRANTY• REM-H WARRANTS THAT FOR A • DAMAGE TO THE COATING, PROPERTY, BUILDING OR CONTENTS CAUSED BY FIRE, PERIOD OF ___ YEARS FROM DATE OF SETTLEMENT, FAULTY CONSTRUCTION OR COMPLETION, REM-H TOTAL ROOF DESIGN, MOVEMENT, MISUSE OF PRESERVATION AND LEAKPROOFING STRUCTURE, INADEQUATE DRAINAGE OR SYSTEM WILL NOT LEAK WATER DUE OTHER FAILURE OF THE STRUCTURE TO DETERIORATION AS THE RESULT • DAMAGE TO THE COATING RESULTING FROM CRACKS OR OPENINGS IN THE OF ORDINARY WEATHERING. ROOF SUBSTRATE• IF THE COATING SYSTEM LEAKS AS A • DAMAGE CAUSED BY REPAIRS OR RESULT OF ORDINARY WEATHERING, ALTERATION TO, ENCROACHMENT UPON, OR ERECTION OF ANY STRUCTURE ON THE REM-H WILL PROVIDE A REPAIR TO ROOF OR ANY USE OF THE ROOF OTHER SAID LEAKS. THAN FOR ITS INTENDED PURPOSE AT THE• THE WARRANTY DOES NOT COVER: TIME THE WARRANTY WAS ISSUED. • COLOR CHANGES IN THE COATING AS THE • ANY DAMAGE CAUSED, IN ANY MANNER, RESULT OF NORMAL WEATHERING OR BY THE COATING SYSTEM ATMOSPHERIC CONDITIONS. • PHYSICAL DAMAGE CAUSED BY THIRD PARTIES OR FOREIGN OBJECTS OR AGENTS, INCLUDING PLANT OR ANIMAL LIFE 30
  33. 33. APPENDIX VIII: REFLECTIVITY OF CERAMICCOATING & THE 1994 FSEC RESEARCH• “THE SAVINGS AMOUNTED TO AN ENERGY USE REDUCTION OF APPROXIMATELY 12kWh PER DAY WITH A 2.3kW REDUCTION IN PEAK POWER DEMAND.”• “THE RESULTS INDICATE A LARGE POTENTIAL MAGNITUDE OF COOLING ENERGY SAVINGS FROM WHITENING THE ROOFS OF FLORIDA HOMES WITHOUT CEILING INSULATION”• “PEAK DEMAND SAVINGS AVERAGE 30% (496W)” BY FLORIDA SOLAR ENERGY CENTER, 1994 31
  34. 34. REM-H COATING SOLUTIONS, LTD. INC.LOT 2 BLOCK 56 MANTA COR. LYNX STREETS, VILLAGE EAST, CAINTA MOBILE: 0922-826-5748 TELEPHONE: 570-0097 FAX: 656-8708 EMAIL: remhcoatingsolutions@gmail.com FOR A FREE SURVEY, CALL US OR SEND US AN EMAIL. PREPARED BY REM-H MARKETING DEPARTMENT

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