Coating, paint, thermal insulation mass – similarities and differences between AT TermoⓇ and GoThermⓇ.

Our offer is constantly expanding. We add new products and improve others. In the following article, we will describe them in such a way as to better show the differences and similarities between them. We hope it will help you make the best decision.

Thermal insulating coatings

Thermal insulation coatings include paints and compounds. What are they and what are the differences between them? You will find the answer below.

Thermal insulating paints

First of all, you should know that paints have a thinner consistency than masses. Therefore, they can be applied using a paint roller, brush or sprayer. Their application is relatively easy and anyone can handle it. However, please remember that thermal insulating paint contains glass microspheres, which makes it behave slightly differently than decorative products. It is this additional ingredient that is responsible for all its useful properties. Thanks to the paint, we are able to lay thinner layers of the thermal insulation coating. If we need to put another one on, we will have to wait until it dries (about 20 hours) to apply an additional cover.

Thermal insulation mass

Thermal insulation mass, on the other hand, is a thick product that can be applied with a putty knife. If you are good with this tool or your walls are to be insulated by a specialist, using mass may be a better solution. Why? Because this allows you to apply a thicker single layer of coating. Which type of coating should I choose? It depends on:
    • how good you are with tools.

FCOM thermal insulation coating brands

Our offer includes three brands of thermal insulation coatings. All of them are available as masses and paints. Below we present a description of each of them.

GoThermⓇ – a decent and economical solution

Most customers decide to purchase our flagship product – GoThermⓇ clay or paint. Its properties are:
    • heat insulation,
    • reflecting sunlight,
    • protection against burns,
    • anti-mould effect,
    • fighting fungi and bacteria,
    • blocking the formation of condensate.
GoThermⓇ has numerous opinions confirmed by purchase, which you can read in our article GoThermⓇ thermal insulating paint – get to know the opinions our clients. We offer a two-year quality warranty for this brand. It is also an economical solution, intended for both professional and amateur use. If you want to lay the coating in your house or garden gazebo yourself – GoThermⓇ is the right choice. The product is available in packages of 1, 5 and 10 liters.

AT Termo – for construction, industry and demanding customers

This brand is addressed primarily to professionals from the construction sector, but also to retail customers who want better insulation. It can be used in places where there is a high risk of high humidity and growth of fungi and mold. Suitable for use in facilities such as hospitals, clinics and wherever building facade< /a> does not allow the placement of wool or Styrofoam. It has the above-mentioned properties of thermal insulating coatings. Compared to GoThermⓇ, however, it is more durable and can be applied using a unit with a maximum pressure of up to 120 bar. We give it a 10-year warranty.

Differences between products

GoTherm® AT Termo®
Maximum unit pressure
10 bar 120 bar
Styrofoam equivalent for 1mm coating
ok. 6 cm ok. 10 cm
Calculated thermal conductivity coefficient
0.00053 W/(m*K) 0.00032 W/(m*K)
Operating temperature
-30°C to 180°C -140°C to 220°C
CE certificate
No Yes
Warranty Period
5 years 10 years

Other FCOM products

In our online store you can also buy:
    • High-quality primer which will properly prepare the walls for covering them with thermal insulation paints. You can read about when it is worth using it and when it is not necessary in our article.
We hope we have explained the differences and similarities between our products. If you have any questions or doubts, feel free to write ( or call (+48732970200).

See also:

How to quickly improve building insulation and reduce heating costs

How to prevent condensation water on the walls?

Spring work with thermal insulation coating