OTC: ECDP poised for bullish run upon acquisition of disruptive insulation tech

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Eco Depot (OTC: ECDP $1.51) stock is in the spotlight following their acquisition of disruptive insulation company, Bronya Climate Shield. Bronya hopes to accelerate the world towards a more sustainable future through the distribution of its highly capable and versatile insulation coatings.

Insulation is all around us. It’s in our roofs, under our floors, in our walls – at home, at work and even in our cars. It’s an essential part of life for every person, but goes unnoticed to the majority of us. For executives in the construction and manufacturing industry however, insulation is the name of the game.

You’ve undoubtedly seen it before, the fluffy material or spray foam that keeps heat out in the summer and bitter cold in the winter. These industry standards have been around for many years. While they work just fine, we haven’t seen major leaps in this multi-billion dollar market for many years, until now.

May 5 2021 Breaking News: Full Steam Ahead: Bronya Climate Shield Provides 24% – 42% Energy Efficiency in Mil-Spec Tests

Here’s why this could be the biggest disruption to the insulation industry in decades.

Bronya (OTC: ECDP $1.51) has been thoroughly studied by scientists around the world. Their presence in international markets is strong and the feedback is nothing short of glowing. Studies have found that with application of their thermal insulation products on commercial or residential structures, energy savings of up to 40% can be sustained in structures. Applications remain effective for decades.

Below we can see a visual example of Bronya’s (OTC: ECDP $1.51) groundbreaking thermal properties.

Ice placed on a piece of metal in the sun. Bronya coating is applied on the right.

As mentioned, Bronya has been studied by labs around the world. The data below was produced by University of Turku in Finland. A water filled tube was heated from the inside out. Part of the surface was coated with Bronya Facade and the other half was left uncoated. The thermal conductivity results and surface temperature reduction are staggering when taking into account that the maximum coating thickness was a mere 2mm. Similar to a standard coat of paint.

Surface Temp Without BronyaCoating Thickness (mm)Surface Temp With BronyaSurface Temp Reduction (%)Thermal Conductivity (W/mK)
Facade @ 194°F (90°C)1.999.68°F (37.6°C)58.2%0.0008
Facade @ 194°F (90°C)297.34°F (36.3°C)59.7%0.0008
Facade @ 194°F (90°C)0.7124.34°F (51.3°C)43%0.0008
Facade @ 194°F (90°C)0.9120.38°F (49.1°C)45.4%0.0008
Facade @ 194°F (90°C)1.2114.8°F (46°C)48.9%0.0009

Bronya was formulated to shield against the most extreme elements.

Bronya (OTC: ECDP $1.51) products are commonly utilized in manufacturing plants, oil pipelines and other “high intensity” manufacturing/industrial surfaces. When coated on the exterior of a hot pipe, for example, it creates a highly effective protective barrier. When applied to exterior and interior walls, it is capable of creating a highly stable interior climate.

Bronya is designed for a wide range of applications. It has strong adhesion to wood, concrete, metals and other construction materials. The primary objective when developing Bronya was to create a temperature-resistant, weather-protective and rust-inhibiting coating that was durable enough to withstand extreme conditions. Bronya Classic does exactly this. It is extremely insulating and, when applied sufficiently, can reduce energy costs inside of most structures by up to 40%.

Bronya insulation (OTC: ECDP $1.51) is highly effective for insulating building sides, roofs, internal walls, window jambs, concrete floors, hot and cold-water supply pipelines, steam pipes, ducting for air conditioning systems, cooling systems, various vessels, tanks, trailers, refrigerators, etc. For example, it is highly effective at reducing condensation on cold-water supply pipelines. It decreases heat loss allowing your building to fulfill official regulations that govern heating systems. The product is suitable for use in temperatures from -60° C to +200° C (up to +260° C for brief periods).

Major companies like Coca Cola use Bronya insulation products to protect their facilities and reduce their energy consumption.

Bronya could soon to be available in every home. An early investor’s dream.

Bronya (OTC: ECDP $1.51) is not a new product. However, its application potential is.

Typically, industrial grade thermal protection has been offered exclusively to major manufacturers and industrial behemoths. Bronya seeks to expand on this and will be offering their products to both large and small scale construction customers. They intend to do this through direct sales on their website, as well as through their distribution agreement with Lowes.

The price point is also highly competitive. Bronya prices their product at a similar rate to standard paint. With the ability to color match the product, along with its revolutionary protective properties, market disruption seems possible.

For investors of OTC: ECDP $1.51, the agreement with Lowes for distribution indicates the possibility for a massive, albeit sustainable, spike in revenue. It’s important to keep in mind that this product appears to be far ahead of competitors in the industry. From a homeowners perspective, who wouldn’t want to paint their walls, floors, attic and foundation with a coat of Bronya? It’s a cost effective solution that would seal your home from almost every potential disaster, in addition to saving energy.

All Bronya products insulate, but they also solve other hurdles found in construction.

Every Bronya sku carries extreme thermal insulation properties, but within their product line lies solutions for seemingly every problem that modern structures may fall victim to. For example, fire and water damage.

Bronya’s Fire Retardant coating can be found in various ratings of R45, R60, R90, R120. It is used to improve the fire safety of enclosing structures all while maintaining its thermal properties and little to no VOC. Application is easy, resulting in lower labour costs. Another unique benefit to this coating is its ability to be color matched. Any Bronya coating can be utilized like standard paint, at a similar cost, with far more benefit.

Bronya treated cardboard is on the left side.

Bronya (OTC: ECDP $1.51) also carries a waterproof coating. Bronya Aquablock is uniquely formulated to prevent water damage. It can be applied to roofing, foundations, bathroom floors, electrical cables and more. The surface of Bronya AquaBlock has no seams, which prevents any water from escaping or leaking. Due to its high adhesion, it is not affected by sunlight, humidity or temperature changes. It is easy to apply by brush, roller or spray gun. After curing, Bronya AquaBlock turns into a strong and durable coating that is not degraded by atmospheric or other environmental conditions. It is durable, extremely elastic and maintains its characteristics in the most extreme conditions.

Elasticity can reach up to 220% making this Aquablock particularly practical for building foundations which are known to bend and flex over time. These foundations are most susceptible to water damage which, in extreme cases, can result in millions of dollars in damage. The below video shows just how flexible Bronya Aquablock is.

Rubber with white surface is treated with Bronya.

Bronya is disrupting a multi-billion dollar industry.

Thermal insulation market was valued at USD 23.89 billion in 2016, and is projected to reach USD 29.62 billion by 2022, at a CAGR of 3.65% from 2017 to 2022.

Building insulation is used to reduce the amount of power that is required to heat or cool a home and for minimizing the heat escape in winters and hot air penetration in summers. Building insulation tends to be the most cost-effective measure in climates that have a wide range of annual average temperatures. 

Over the past eight months, this sector has exploded with increased demand as people are confined to their homes, carrying out renovations to occupy their time. This has caused shortages in building materials related to the home renovations market. Companies associated with this Housing Renovation Market, such as Sherwin Williams, PPG, Lowe’s and Home Depot have seen their stock prices increase by almost 100%. 

This sector will grow exponentially after President-Elect Joe Biden announced the following Build Back Better Recovery Act.  President-Elect Biden’s, Build Back Better plan includes weatherizing 2,000,000 homes, funding energy-saving home improvements that will save working families hundreds of dollars a year on their utility bills,” said President-Elect Biden.  “From replacing windows and doors to adding insulation, these are small changes that are making a big difference for American workers, manufacturers, and consumers. The plan includes retrofitting 4,000,000 old buildings and the construction of 1,500,000 new affordable housing units that will create additional shortages in the building materials industry.

According to the International Energy Agency (IEA) report of December 2020, EA has tracked USD 66 billion of funding for energy efficiency-related measures announced as part of governments’ stimulus packages to the end of October. A large share (USD 26 billion) has been allocated to the buildings sector – unsurprisingly, as investments in the efficiency of buildings are estimated to create around 15 jobs for every USD 1 million spent. 

More than just insulation, Bronya can also replace paint, at a similar price.

The global paints and coatings market size was valued at USD 154.64 billion in 2019 and is projected to reach USD 249.70 billion by 2027. Bronya’s product line fits here too, as it can be matched to any color you desire. This is an all-in-one product that insulates, protects and paints any surface required by the customer.

Going green, in every sense of the word. Good for the environment, good for investors.

If we look back over the last decade, we can see a global movement towards the development of more eco-friendly companies designed to reverse or offset climate change. The data is clear, without tremendous investing into environmentally conscious companies, future generations will be left with an unsolvable problem.

America has voted, the country needs a change. The Biden government has built its platform on further investing into environmental and social governance companies. This leaves opportunity for prudent investors looking to accelerate their portfolios in alignment to this global shift.

Bronya (OTC: ECDP $1.51) has a product that has little to no VOC, a competitive advantage in their industrial sector. This could allow mass entry into residential and commercial industries.

With up to 40% energy savings in most structures and a highly competitive price point, Bronya could be well poised to generate massive sales across the North American market.

The Bronya product line could soon be accessible for every American. OTC: ECDP already is.

Prudent investors are always on the lookout for the next big innovation. Ideally, prior to mass adoption of the product. This leaves room for portfolio growth.

Bronya’s (OTC: ECDP $1.51) mission is bold, but we believe the product is ripe for massive entry into the marketplace. Their value proposition is strong and with the right distribution, which already seems to be set in place, (OTC: ECDP $1.51) might have the potential to be a slam dunk for investors.

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