In physics, the laws of thermodynamics are the hard and fast rules of engineering machines and mechanical devices. It is imperative to understand how these rules work in order to create any mechanism or machine. In a nutshell, the laws of thermodynamics state that you cannot produce energy from nothing and that all energy eventually turns into heat. This is how most modern power plants, including nuclear reactors, provide energy to the world, by using heat to make steam to turn turbines. It is nearly impossible to reclaim heat once it is generated, and insulating heat is crucial to economy in residential, commercial, and automotive applications.
How it Works
Nanocoating is making waves in many different commercial and private sectors. Perhaps the most amazing feature of these sprays is their positive effect on the environment, since non-toxic components make them safe to be used on clothing, in homes, and even on food containers. Heat Shield is different from other thermo-insulating sprays because it does not work by reflecting or absorbing thermal energy. The thin, transparent coating works because it is not a good conductor of heat. This means that it resists the transfer of thermal energy in a similar manner that rubber resists the flow of electricity.
Uses for Heat Shield
Heat Shield is available for numerous applications, with the list growing every day. It is no surprise that new, thinner insulation is an important factor in contemporary structures, which is why easy-to-apply, effective spray coatings are so desirable. In many places where Heat Shield is used, the affected system sees as much as a 51 percent efficiency increase as a direct result of the insulated thermal energy. Some of the most popular places Heat Shield is used today include:
- Commercial properties
The heat from the sun quickly heats up buildings, especially when referring to large skyscrapers that are made of good conductors of heat, like metal and glass.
- Residential properties
As the technology improves and expands, more everyday people than ever will be able to get access to high-tech thermal solutions such as Heat Shield for their homes.
- Vehicular design
Insulating high-energy component of an automobile or aerospace vehicle allows less room to be devoted to preventing the heat from damaging sensitive components, and more space to be used for high performance equipment and design.
Coating pipes, civil engineering structures, and other municipal infrastructure with Heat Shield prevents normal wear and tear caused from constant exposure to high heat.
In addition to being an effective heat barrier, Heat Shield is also naturally hydrophobic, which means it prevents mold and other corrosion from damaging the material in question. Despite its natural properties that make it so effective against heat and water, this thin coating is also breathable. This makes it safe in any number of circumstances where other types of reflective sprays are ineffective.
Utilizing Science to Improve the World
With more and more people realizing the importance of heat conservation and thermal protection, it is no wonder that scientists and researchers have developed ways to prevent thermal waste. There are many potential uses for Heat Shield that are yet to be discovered. Its uses are only limited as much as the human imagination has limits. Join the green revolution by making previous thermally inefficient buildings, infrastructure, and vehicles a little more efficient with a clear, thin nanocoating of Heat Shield.