Super Therm® is a multiceramics technology! Combined with nano acrylics and polymers that makes it flexible and tough. The multiceramics technology gives not only 3 heat sources of reflection abilities but also non-conductive ability for heat and cold. Super Therm® thus contains not only one reflecting ceramic compound, but four different ceramic compounds:
The four ceramic compounds enables Super Therm® to be a real “insulation shield” and not only a “heat reflector” like common ceramic coatings. Super Therm® was tested and applied in NASA Space Flight Center as the only commercial thermoceramic coating. The developers of Super Therm® rely upon the latest scientific research of ceramic technologies.
High-performance thermal reflection + low absorptive emissivity + high radiative emissivity + conductive resistance = the outstanding thermal insulation Super Therm®
The principle of operation of Super Therm® thermal insulative coating is based on thermal reflection, very low absorptive emissivity and its ability to very quickly dissipate unreflected residual heat while simultaneously blocking its transfer to the surface beneath.
The essential ingredient of the coating is special hollow ceramic micro-balls 50-100 microns in size which give the material its thermo-reflective and thermal insulative properties. Ceramic materials are very poor conductors of heat, and excellent insulators.
Every material absorbs some energy and reflects the rest back. Ordinary coatings or building materials reflect back only around 30% of thermal energy and absorb the rest into themselves. Moreover, as a result of their high absorptivity, heat accumulated in them over time leading to a gradual increase in temperature as it radiates through.
Super Therm® insulation coating reflects up to 95% of thermal radiation while blocking the passage of residual heat to the material beneath (roofs, walls, etc). Additionally, thanks to low absorptive emissivity, its surface temperature does not increase, remaining cool throughout the day relative to the ambient temperature.