Insulating Ceramic Microspheres
What They Are
|In a bulk state, Hy-Tech insulating additive for paint looks like fine talcum powder. The "ceramic powder" is made up of a blend of "ceramic microspheres". The additive is free flowing and mixes in easily with any paint, latex, solvent base, epoxy, roof paints, interior or exterior ceiling, wall or floor paint.
||Each single ceramic microsphere is so small that it looks to the naked eye as if it is a single grain of flour, ( slightly thicker than a human hair). The wall thickness is about 1/10 of the sphere diameter.
The ceramics in the HY-TECH additive blend have compressive strengths from 6500 to 60,000 psi, a softening point of about 1800° C., and they are fairly chemical resistant, with low thermal conductivity of 0.1 W / m / Deg.C. Hy-Tech ceramics are non-toxic and non combustible.
Hy-Tech went one step farther and improved on the ceramic microspheres by removing all the gas inside which created a vacuum.
Physics law states that nothing can move by conduction through a vacuum, since it represents an absence of matter. In effect we have a miniature thermos bottle... a microscopic hollow vacuum sphere that resists thermal conductivity and suppresses sound.
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