What are the main performance characteristics of nano aerogel thermal insulation materials?
Aerogel thermal insulation material is a flexible thermal insulation felt made by combining nano-silica aerogel and inorganic fiber material through a special process.
Aerogel thermal insulation material has excellent properties such as low thermal conductivity, waterproof and fireproof, and is a new choice of thermal insulation materials for pipelines and equipment, and a revolutionary material for thermal insulation and energy saving.
The main performance characteristics of aerogel insulation materials:
Thermal insulation: long-term use temperature reaches 600℃, thermal insulation effect is 3~5 times that of traditional materials, high efficiency and energy saving.
Safety and environmental protection: It does not contain harmful substances to the human body, and the content of soluble chloride ions is very small.
Convenient construction: light and convenient, easy to cut, high construction efficiency, suitable for various complex shape requirements.
Durable heat resistance: The nano three-dimensional network structure provides good high temperature stability, avoiding the phenomenon of deformation and accumulation of traditional materials due to vibration and a sharp drop in thermal insulation performance.
Compressive, tensile and crack resistance: It has good flexibility, tensile and compressive strength, can resist rough construction, and will not settle or deform for long-term use.
Water resistance: It has excellent overall waterproof performance, with a water repellency rate ≥99%, which isolates liquid water while allowing water vapor to pass through.
Sound insulation and anti-vibration: At the same time as the equipment is insulated, it can also play a role in sound absorption and noise reduction, vibration buffering, etc., improving environmental quality and protecting equipment.
Thinner thermal insulation thickness: only 1/2 to 1/5 of the thickness can achieve the same thermal insulation effect of traditional materials, with smaller heat loss and high space utilization.
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