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13 results found thermal conductivity

25 . Jul . 2017
Thermal Conductivity

The ability of a material to conduct heat.

30 . Oct . 2018
Thermal Conductivity

The ability of a material to conduct heat.

Consumer Goods 08 . Jan . 2019
Consumer Goods
feature: low thermal conductivity of cork

The low thermal conductivity of cork, combined with its ability to store heat and release it slowly, makes it a very efficient thermal insulator, capable of preventing overheating in summer and maintaining a pleasant temperature in the cold winter months.

25 . Jul . 2017
25 . Jul . 2017
Excellent Thermal Insulation

The air inside the cells makes it an excellent insulator, leading to very low thermal conductivity, over a wide range of temperatures.

29 . Dec . 2017
Excellent Thermal Insulation

The air inside the cells makes it an excellent insulator, leading to very low thermal conductivity, over a wide range of temperatures.

Panels and Composites 30 . Oct . 2018
Panels and Composites
Thermal Performance

Thermal insulation is part of Alucork's multi-functionality and is provided by it’s Core, NL20’s low thermal conductivity - 0,045 W/m2ºC - and long term durability assures an efficient thermal insulation throughout the product life guaranteeing passenger comfort and reducing operational costs with acclimatization.

Notícias 17 . Apr . 2019
Notícias
Thermal Insulation

ACM52 structure has a low thermal conductivity of 0,065 W/mºK across a wide temperature range, resulting in energy savings and reduced condensation. This attribute enhances passenger comfort like no other primary decking material.

Panels and Composites 30 . Oct . 2018
Panels and Composites
Thermal insulation

ACM30 and ACM52 structure have a low thermal conductivity of 0,065 W/mºK throughout a wide temperature range, resulting in energy savings and reduced condensation. This attribute contributes to passenger comfort like no other primary decking material.

Facts and Curiosities 25 . Jul . 2017
Facts and Curiosities
What is cork made of?

Cork consists of suberin cells in the shape of tiny pentagonal or hexagonal honeycombs, a complex fatty acid and filled with an air-like gas, which makes up 90% of its volume. It possesses an average density of around 200 kg/m3 and low thermal conductivity.

Articles 20 . Jul . 2018
Articles
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Given its unique cellular structure, cork has a high shock-absorption capacity and thermal conductivity. These characteristics, together with a natural texture and appearance, make cork infills a non-aggressive solution for players, guaranteeing system performance and reducing wear and tear.

Case Studies 07 . Feb . 2018
Case Studies
Natural beauty

The solution guarantees good safety conditions: the flooring’s frictional force prevents users from slipping and the product’s elasticity helps protect knees when walking and increases safety by alleviating impacts from falls.   Since it has low thermal conductivity, the solution reduces the phenomenon of creating urba…

Blog 24 . Oct . 2019
Blog
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A more comfortable home, day after day Once the work is finished, the cork won’t be visible but you’ll feel its benefits every day. Cork’s low thermal conductivity and ability to store heat and release it little by little will prevent your home from overheating in summer days and help maintain a pleasant indoor tempera…

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