heat barrier


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heat barrier

[′hēt ‚bar·ē·ər]
(aerospace engineering)
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A lightweight and resilient heat barrier laminate was issued a patent.
PHOTO : a PP foam sound and heat barrier, covered with a PP skin.
Thanks to the non-contact characteristic and using appropriate common materials, the Z-Damper is expected to work at a temperature up to 700A[bar]C providing a protective heat barrier for the conventional element in addition to the multiplier effect on the efficacy.MAG SOAR is a Small Technology-based Company incorporated as a spin-off of the above mentioned FP7-Space project MAGDRIVE.
If better insulation were their only concern, the researchers could simply borrow the music studio principle and thicken their heat barriers. But that would frustrate efforts to make electronics thinner.
Metals like aluminum and copper can conduct electricity and resist a temperature of up to 140A C, so thermal tapes are used in electrical equipment as heat barriers. As an added benefit, thermal tapes are very resistant to many environmental factors, such as sunlight, ozone, and water.
He lists drones, surveillance cameras, security guard check-in stations, digital locks, metal heat barriers for attics, ultra-low-flow toilets and digital work order management as priorities in the year ahead.