Ceramic Magic Ball ultrathin thermal insulation
The material is variably diffuse, highly proof against the aggressive weathering effects such as smog, UV-rays, or ozone; transpiration-and solvent free, colourfast, watertight, heat,- and light reflective. Because of its flexibility gives tear-free surfaces.
The nanotechnological thermal insulation
In the construction industry we can find the biggest difference between the behave and attribute of the normal- and nano-sized materials if we survey the thermal insulations. In case of thermal insulators with nanoscale porosity the general thermal spread principals and correlations are different. For example the thermal conductivity is not proportional with the bulk density as we experience with other materials. On the other hand the thermal resistance of the thermal insulation is not definable with the quotient of the thickness and the thermal conductivity. These attributes are increased with the ultra-thin ceramic insulator because the thermal insulation of the material comes from its enclosed vacuum space.
The ultra-thin ceramic thermal insulation contains microscopic (0,03-0,08 mm) airless, vacuumed ceramic globes. These balls are made of high temperature, ceramic melt and after the cooling process we find correlative vacuum around the ceramic balls. Because of the components the insulator is hard and flexible in the same time therefore the material is resistant against damages. The ceramic balls are in a liquid compound which contains synthetic India-rubber, acryl polymer and inorganic pigments. It can be applied easily by paint roller or spraying even on most complicated surfaces.
Engineers made a long-term energy performance examination on a terraced house to count the nominal coefficient thermal conduction of the insulator. The result is = 0.003 W/m K. The material’s interval of use is between -40C and 600C, the temperature of application is between 5C and 150C what helps to carry out the insulation works without stopping the production. (For example insulation of high-temperature pipelines)
What is due to the thermal conductivity of the ceramic insulator is such favourable?
The micro-sized ceramic balls reflect the 90% of IR radiation from the surface.
The contract surface among the ceramic globes is small.
The heating transfer is minimal in the vacuum space.
The inner ceramic surface, acting as a "heat mirror" reflects the heat radiation.
The operating mechanism of the ceramic surface
The surface has a thermal control and rump permeable ability due to the polymer resin and TiO2 contents. We recommend using the ceramic insulation to avoid condensation because the membrane is able to keep and give up hydration what helps to control the inner humidity. Insulating materials, applied in the construction industry mainly use the thermal insulation properties of the air; however it has reached its limits. With these materials is difficult to fulfil the EU`s energy saving future targets. Due to this new method, much thinner layer ensures the required insulation and could be used on facades of historic buildings, exterior thermal bridges, next to doors and windows and on passive houses.
The quality of the insulating system doesn`t depend on its thickness!!!!
The less an insulator conducts heat, the more effective it is. During the warm months reduces the overheating and during the winter ensures a smooth and fast warming inner environment.
The nominal coefficient thermal conduction of the insulators:
Plate-glass 0,760 W/m K
Polytyrene concrete ( p=300 kg/m3 ) 0,120 W/m K
Polystyrene foam ( p=20 kg/m3 ) 0,034 W/m K
Mineral wool ( p= 100 kg/m3 ) 0,042 W/m K
Ultrathin ceramic insulator 0,001 W/m K
The insulation is a painting-like, white coloured, water-based material which ingredients are synthetic Indian-rubber, acryl polymers, empty glass micro-globes and air-filled silicone micro globes. After the application, the dry up and the polymerization small, airless, micro globe groups form around the silicone micro globes. The polymer uses this thermo stable frame to generate shell with tarnishes and airspaces. On top of the surface there are thin-walled, airless ceramic globes what came up from the polymer layer. Therefore the thermal capacity of the last layer is much more less than the insulator`s. The 70% of the surface is covered with the micro ceramic-globes; just the rest 30% of the interface can reflect heat. In total we can say the ultrathin ceramic thermal insulation obstructs the three main thermal transfers (conduction, convection, thermal radiation). The heat transfer of the insulator depends on the absolute temperature of the surface and the difference between the temperature of the surface and the ambience. The first layers reduce the heat shortly and significantly but the fifth, sixth, seventh, etc. layers don`t make any significant difference because they decrease the temperature in a small level.
Why the ultrathin thermal insulation is better than the traditional thermal insulation?
Thermal insulation: 30-40% energy savings.
Heat reflective propriety: keeps your home cool during the summer, even the expensive air condition can be substituted.
Solution for thermal bridge: condensation is over after the application of the ultrathin insulation.
Mould elimination: due to the diffusion capacity the mold will not appear.
Watertight and flexible: permanent dry wall and no hairline cracks.
Fire protection: the coating provides protection against fire.
UV- resistance: protection against UV rays, remaining the original colour.
Anti-allergic: Good for people with asthmatic problems.
Painting-like thickness: There is not necessary to change the existing ledges, gutters, we can reach a huge amount of cost savings.
Vapor permeability: keeps the walls dry.
Colorfast: has a dust repulsive capability and resists against the UV-rays.
Duration of implementing: comparing with the traditional thermal insulation it takes shorter time, has lower incidental expenses.
Cleaning facts: dirt can be washed easily even with water.
Versatile application: the coating made using the product can be applied in indoor and outdoor conditions prevailing in a slightly aggressive town and industrial atmosphere.
Guarantee: the manufacturer guarantees 10 years quality and 20 years utilization usage.
The advantages of the ceramic thermal insulation materials:
Painting like, white colour, water-based materials which can be applied easier and faster by paint roller or spraying.
Because of the liquid based materials we can insulate complicated surfaces and monuments with non changeable external appearance.
Due to the fast and easy application the productivity doesn`t need to stop
The ultra-thin, generally 1-3 mm, maximum 6 mm thick material doesn`t give mechanical overloading to the building frame.
The manufacturer guarantees 10 years quality and 25 years utilization usage.
The smallest failures are visible therefore the troubleshooting, the reparation and the usage is cheaper, faster and more efficient.
Could be applied to metal, plastic, concrete, brick, other construction materials, pipelines and air ducts.
They have a good sticking ability especially on metal, plastic and propylene therefore isolate the surface from the air and wetness.
The water doesn`t go through the insulators, the salt solution doesn`t affect them. The materials help to protect the surfaces from vapour, moisture, rainfall and temperature changes.
They reduce heat loss and increase corrosion protection.
They help to protect the surface from condensate formation.
1 mm of the ceramic thermal insulation has the same insulation attributes as 50 mm of the traditional insulation or 1-1.5 lines of bricks.
The materials have 12% of elongation at rupture they could cover the smaller cracks.
They don`t give more loading to the building frame.
They help to prevent building deflections caused of heat influence.
They reflect the 85% of radiant energy.
They provide full access to the insulated surfaces without stopping the production, help to minimise the production losses due to failure or repair of the technological equipments.
They minimise the floor space of the insulated equipments therefore help to improve the perspicuity and light conditions of the premises which could help to provide a safety and security working place.
They are non sensitive of UV-rays and alkalis.
The applications of the ceramic thermal insulations are faster than the traditional insulator materials.
The surface can be easily repaired, coloured and painted.
The insulators obstruct fire spreading; they char on 260C and disintegrate on 800 C while they emit carbon and nitrogen oxides therefore they stop flames.
They have good sound-proof ability; the attenuation is 0.33% in case of 1 mm of ceramic thermal insulator surface. This value is equal with 10 mm of sound insulation.
They are ecologically safe, non-toxic, don`t contain any harmful or loose organic compound.
Their PH is between 8.5 and 9.5.
Each layer needs 24 hours to become dry.
Their calculated conduction on 20 C is 0.001W/m C.
Because of the different thermal insulation attributes the traditional thermal-physical calculations should be replaced with the new ones to receive a relevant result. With these new implementing we can achieve significant cost savings on insulation and the new materials help to feel more comfortable and the effective temperature will be more likely inside the building. The insulation attributes of the ultra-thin insulator are equivalent with 40-50 times thicker polystyrene or mineral wool. The implementing is easier, faster, cheaper and the material has further, more advantageous attributes than the others, like strength, long-lasting, vapour permeability, mould elimination.