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    Energy Saving Paint “KERAMOIZOL” save heat

    Mechanism for reducing heat loss energy-saving paints differ from conventional ideas about how insulation of buildings. Energy-saving properties of paint “KERAMOIZOL” due to the fact that she, having composed a large number of hollow spherical bodies constitute energootrazhayuschuyu optical system that has emissivity less than that of traditional building materials. Energy saving paint film serves as a “heat mirror”, which returns a portion of the heat flow coming from the building, and the surface covered with “KERAMOIZOLom, emits less heat.

    Building under construction with a thin film “KERAMOIZOLa” within a short time to dry conditions, to ensure its maximum thermal resistance, due to its low resistance to water vapor and high hydrophobicity of energy-saving paints. In this case, the solar heat is not used for the evaporation of rainwater from the surface layer, and directly heats the design, accumulates in its entirety.

    Results of monitoring the moisture content in the walls of the building covered with energy-saving paints showed that a year after inking the amount of moisture in the design has reached equilibrium, and design your own RTD increased by 10% just by reducing humidity.

    The numeric value of energy-saving efficiency of paint application “KERAMOIZOLa” depends on your own initial thermal resistance design, the location of buildings, building density, time of year, the number of clear cloudless nights and can reach 45%.

    Energy Saving Paint “KERAMOIZOL” protects from the sun

    Covering “KERAMOIZOL” during the lifetime of a diffusely reflecting more than 90% of solar radiation. Application of energy saving paint on the building envelope allows several times to reduce the amount of heat entering the premises, which reduces the cost of air conditioning and more comfortable staying there people.

    Application of energy saving paint on the surface of tanks, terminals, pipelines, petroleum products and volatile chemical compounds can reduce the temperature of the contents, and thus its evaporation.

    At the same time building KERAMOIZOL prepares for winter in the summer months. The walls are drying up and becoming a great storage heat warms only as “dry coat”, so the building requires less heating costs, as the “wall storage” sufficiently full and empties slowly. In the premises the walls are warm, and therefore greater comfort is achieved with a decrease in heating power.

    These processes occur in subsequent years. If a glass jar from the refrigerator in a warm place, on the outside is formed abundant condensate. The same happens with the house, when after the winter months on the street is getting warmer. Moisture from the air is deposited on the cold exterior walls, and immediately evaporates. KERAMOIZOL provides constant cooling buildings in summer, warm in winter and dry walls.

    How does KERAMOIZOL?
    Energy saving membrane KERAMOIZOLa consists of a special binder for water-based, which contains millions evacuated (0.3 MPa) ceramic hollow spheres (vesicles) with a diameter of 50-100 microns.

    After drying, the layer is polymerized into a solid, elastic, thick, do not let the pair structure of a thickness of 0.2-0.3 mm (membrane – 1 layer). Features of this membrane provides energy-saving properties. They are in principle different from conventional ideas about possibilities to reduce energy loss. Saving energy on heating and cooling homes is achieved by increasing the surface area and endothermic processes in termokeramicheskoy membrane.

    For better understanding we give some idea of ​​the scale:
    – Smooth surface area of ​​1 m2 is increased by 2-3 times.
    In one square meter of membrane thickness of 0.2-0.3 mm beads surface is 12 m2. Binder may swell on, not looking up from the substrate. Per 1 m 2 can be transported actively 0.0072 mg / (m * h * Pa) vapor.

    Together with other technical parameters, these properties provide the desired effect when associated with humidity heat transfer. Bubbles ‘filter’ the flow of heat in the infrared spectrum, reflecting and scattering up to 25% of the heat in the opposite direction. The surface of the membrane emits three times less heat than brick or concrete (E = 0.25).

    Introduction to the evacuated areas of the coating can dissipate up to 86% of visible sunlight and reflect 92% of infrared radiation. Water-resistant membranes, and open enough for diffusion (“respiratory activity”), dried building materials and increase their own thermal resistance. Heat loss is reduced by an additional 79%.

    Thus, the thin membrane combines a whole range of physical effects, so in a scientific way it can be called “surface coating with an endothermic effect.”

    Heat loss designs are protected KERAMOIZOL ohm decrease, and the cost of heating the building is reduced by 20-30%. Findings from the research are more attracted to the state authorities, concerned about energy savings.

    Thus, the bodies of power in Ukraine and Russia have recognized:

    1. Coating evenly distributes heat across the surface.

    2. Coverage (0.30-0.35 mm) extends the heat transfer between heat source and the environment to maintain a constant temperature of almost 31%.

    3. Inside, protected KERAMOIZOL th, with the regulation of the heat energy savings of at least 22%.

    The estimated thickness of the layer keramoizola depends on how much you want to Decrease the heat exchange between the surfaces of building envelopes (walls, roof, ceiling, roof, etc..) With the environment.