Blueshift AeroZero® Rolled Film aerogel is flexible and durable allowing for a variety of uses as insulation in the aerospace, construction, and manufacturing industries. The unique properties of polymer aerogel allow the molecular structure to bend and shift under the stress of bending. Traditional silica aerogel is not as versatile because it is easy to fracture and break under uneven pressure. Go flexible and lightweight and see what Polymer Aerogel can do for you.
Blueshift AeroZero® Rolled Film offers the same insulating and lightweight properties of silica aerogel with the added benefit of being flexible. Silica aerogel is will fracture when submitted to uneven pressure which makes impractical for use in many fields. The molecular structure of our AeroZero® Rolled Film aerogel is unique and allows it to bend and conform to surfaces.
Aerogel Pipe Insulation
Aerogel is far superior as an insulation that traditional woven fiber because of its high insulating properties and its durability. Woven fibers will break down over time and will end up losing its insulating properties. Blueshift AeroZero® rolled film has a 0.02 W/m•K in thermal conductivity performance at room temperature.
Aerogel is different from traditional insulation because it is a thermal break. Air is restricted when traveling through the porous molecular material and the materials structure can not be easily heated or cooled. Aerogel is far superior to traditional insulation because it is lightweight and does not have any environmental dusting hazards when cut.
As a low-density material, AeroZero® aerogel is extremely versatile in the aerospace industry. Rolled film can be used in the insulation of aircraft to protect interior climates and machinery from extreme environments. Ceramic and other insulation materials are heavy which cuts into weight limit allowances, the density of AeroZero® aerogel is 0.20 g/cm3, approximately 1/7 that of normal polyimides (1.4 g/cm3). Go Lightweight and see what AeroZero® can do for you.
AeroZero® Rolled Film is extremely durable and can withstand the stress and strain of modern manufacturing processes. Unlike silica and other aerogels on the market, out polymer aerogel can be cut, sewn, and bonded to other materials. The molecular structure of AeroZero® Rolled Film allows for it to mold and bend along with the pressure of the surrounding surface area.
Rolled Film Aerogel Specs
- 2 mil (50 microns)
- 5 mil (125 microns)
- 10 mil (250 microns)
Rolled Film Aerogel is manufactured up to 50 feet in length. Because AeroZero® is a polymer aerogel, adhesives can be used to bond longer aerogel rolls.