Energy Efficiency With Nanotechnology Insulation

Aerogel is the most light and efficient insulating material, a nanotechnology solution from Aerospace research employed in energy saving applications in buildings and construction sector. Nanotech insulating materials are employed in solar double-tube to insulate the connection between the solar panel and the hot water storage tank. Also Titanium Oxide nano particles on Pvc coating the cable are employed to enhance efficiency and durability, protecting it from UV rays, bad weather and insects, birds and rodent’s attacks.

Aerogel is a nano material with high nano porosity structure that enhance efficiency in solar plants for warming of domestic water, thanks to its application in nanotech solar connection cables. Aerogel is available in insulating blankets, ideal for construction applications: thanks to its excellent insulating power, aerogel is employed in connection cables for solar nanotechnology applications, connecting the solar panel and the hot water storage tank minimizing thermal losses. Insulated with a 5 mm thick sheet of Aerogel, 4 times thinner than other traditional insulating materials, this application can save much room in installations and plants, achieving energy efficiency of solar led 消毒燈 plants.

Nanotech connection cable in solar panels have high efficiency thanks to the lowest conductivity rate of Aerogel, λ 0,014 W/(m*K), that makes it suitable for a wide range of applications, best designed for high temperature solar applications up to +200 °C. The extreme thickness of the Aerogel sheets allows to save room in building applications, but solar nanotech twin-pipe with aerogel insulating protection are also flexible and strong, and very easy to cut and install. Aerogel insulating material in solar cables insulation can be wrapped in nylon wire by the suppliers, enabling to cut it without fraying, using common construction site tools. The thinness of a nanotech solar cable allows to install it also in limited and tight spaces, saving room and just using screws or nails instead of fixing brackets.

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