Nanostructured insulation material.
The nanostructured aerogel mat is a porous substance with exceptional thermal insulation properties, which result from the structure’s high quantity of pores containing air. The air is locked in the siliceous frame to compose up to 99.8% of pore volume.
The porous structure is small enough to minimise the influence of thermal radiation and convection. The structure of the siliceous frame makes the aerogel a solid body with low thermal conduction. The insulator can be used in any place requiring thin material with exceptional parameters.
Aerogel is available in blankets with dimensions: 30 x 30 cm, 50 x 50 cm, 75 x 75 cm or in rolls. Thickness 5 or 10 mm.
- Exceptionally low and unprecedented in insulation heat transfer coefficient (λ= 0.017 W/(m·K) in average temperature of 40 0C according to PN-EN 12667:2002)
- Thin insulation material increases room in small spaces
- Environment-friendly, does not create any chemical hazards to natural environment
- Fire resistant
- Exceptionally resistant to humidity
- Perfect for elimination of thermal bridges
- Small packed size and weight compared to other insulation materials reduce costs of transport
- Hydrophobic material
- Durable tested material
- Easy to form
|insulation type||–||–||nanostructured aerogel mat|
|heat transfer coefficient||λ||W/(m·K)||0.017 (according to PN-EN 12667:2002)|
|working temperature||tz||0C||between -200 and +200|
|aerogel melting point||tt||0C||850 (preserves properties up to 6500C)|
|fire classification according to EN 13823 and PN-EN 11925 – 2||C-s1; d0|
|water and moisture resistance||hydrophobic material|
|acoustic wave velocity||u||m/s||< 100 (good acoustic insulation)|