Compared to other types of core materials, fumed silica core materials have lower thermal conductivity, lower vacuum degree, longer lifespan, and lower sensitivity to external pressure. They can be made into thinner VIP panels with lighter weight, making them very suitable for insulation materials in insulation boxes, refrigerators, and buildings.
Gaseous silica belongs to the category of ultra-fine nanomaterials, with a primary particle size of only 7-40nm and a high specific surface area of up to 400 ㎡/g. Therefore, its aggregates and voids inside the particles are very small, and the porosity is also relatively high.
Gaseous silica itself is prepared at high temperatures (1200-2100 ℃), so it has high-temperature resistance characteristics .
Quality control and testing for fumed silica insulated boxes are paramount. Rigorous inspections, thermal performance assessments, and material quality checks ensure that these boxes meet high standards, providing reliable thermal insulation for applications like cold chain logistics and temperature-sensitive shipments. User feedback and regulatory compliance further contribute to the assurance of quality and safety, making these boxes dependable choices for maintaining temperature stability while upholding environmental and hygiene considerations.
A modern incubator needs sufficient space to store all fresh agricultural products, rich cheese, juice, ice cream, and various foods. In addition, it must also save energy. And this undoubtedly provides a place for high-quality insulation materials to combine with other factors to ensure their energy-saving performance. Many manufacturers choose vacuum insulation panels (VIP) based on fumed silica because Supertech's fumed silica insulation box allows us to achieve excellent insulation performance with an extremely thin layer of insulation material.