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PowerSmartCoat

Certified Swiss patent for a nanotechnology insulation system. Non-toxic and environmentally friendly product!

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TECHNOLOGY

Modern thin-layer insulation technology

Visualisation of modern PScoat insulation system structure with microshperes
Visualisation of a single microsphere
Microsphere
  • Technology based on nanotechnology and closed microspheres
  • A better substitute for polystyrene and mineral wool
  • Minimizing heat transfer
  • The thickness of the layer is only 1-3 mm
  • Space and weight savings, possibility of application in almost any place
  • No need to hire a specialized team, simple application by spraying or brushing
  • Possibility of visual inspection of the coating condition and quick, spot repair

Insulation from heat

Thermal imaging before applying PScoat - temperature inside is 25.6°C
Before applying PScoat
Thermal imaging after applying PScoat - temperature inside is 18.3°C
After applying PScoat

Insulation from cold

Thermal imaging before applying PScoat - visible heat loss
Before applying PScoat
Thermal imaging after applying PScoat - restricted heat loss
After applying PScoat
PScoat vs Others

Comparison with other insulation materials

Common insulation materialsPScoat
AttributePScoatCommon insulation materials
thermal insulation propertiesResistant to temperature fluctuations and air humidity. The thermal insulation provided by PSC is stable in the long termDue to the moisture contained in the air, the material degrades quickly, thus reducing the life of the insulated installation and its efficiency
waterproofThe PSC 250T is moisture resistant as documented by the appropriate certificationThe material absorbs moisture from the environment and is not able to prevent corrosion caused by water condensation
Corrosion protectionThe PSC 250T has anti-corrosion properties - as documented by respective certificateCannot solve the corrosion issue
Condensation of waterPSC 250T can solve the condensation issueIt cannot solve the condensation issue, possibly only in thick layers
UV stablePSC 250T is UV stable thanks to its TSR properties /Total Solar Reflection - with reflectivity of 92% for all radiation in its entire spectrum/. Solar radiation 97%Additional protection is required
Demands from the point of view of load and occupied spaceThanks to the thin layer of application, mainly between 1-3 mm, the surface is not significantly loaded by the application of PST and due to this thin layer much space around the treated surface is not requiredThe layer of this insulation takes up much more space and increases its weight, when it gets wet, and so it loads the surface excessively
Method of applicationSimple and fast application of PSC by spraying or roller. With brush in the case of smaller surfacesA complex process that requires the use of several sub-components so as to complete the insulation
RepairsSimple identification of defects. Thanks to thin PSC layer the repair are very easy. If a repair is required, the place is cleaned with a brush. The PSC is removed and applied locally after repair completionHardly identifiable repairs. No traces of damage can be seen on the insulation surface, but there may be a serious problem with condensation, pests and moulds under insulation. The repairs are demanding and require a complex process of removing the entire insulation and subsequent ecological disposal of the material
Service lifeAs proved by the certificate, expected service life of PCS is 25-30 yearsA short service life due to the problem with moisture absorption from the environment or degradation on a very hot surface
Resistance against insects, rodents and moldsThanks to the thin PSC application layer and perfect adhesion to the treated surface, it prevents mould formation and insect movement under insulation.Insects and rodents can stay under the classical insulation, molds can be easily formed
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