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Morgan Advanced Ceramics Vacupor® Insert NT Porextherm
Categories: Ceramic; Oxide; Silicon Oxide

Material Notes: Vacupor® Insert NT is a microporous insulation material which has an extremely low thermal conductivity coefficient giving it very good insulating properties. Vacupor® Insert NT consists of inorganic oxides. The main constituent is fumed silica; the other components are opacifiers for minimizing nfrared radiation. Vacupor® Insert NT is not flammable and meets the requirements of IMO FTPC part 1 and DIN ISO 4102 part 1, A1. Vacupor® Insert NT is available shrink-wrapped in a PE plastic foil or wrapped into a PP non-woven material. When used as an insert in a vacuum insulation panel, xtraordinary low heat conductivity values and enormously long lifetimes can be reached with this core. Vacupor® Insert NT is a core material, specially developed for applications in vacuum insulation technology. The low density and the specially developed IR opacifiers, greatly reduce the thermal conductivity. Vacupor® Insert NT is already successfully used as core material in Vacuum Panels for the following: Household Refrigerators, Absorption refrigerators, Cryogenic freezer, Temperature controlled packaging, Transport boxes, Facade elements, Terrace insulation, Cold-floor insulation

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Key Words: Porextherm
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Available Properties
  • Density, Dependent on insert thickness.
  • Compressive Strength, at 180 kg/m3
  • Compressive Strength, DIN 53421, at 10% compressibility
  • Compressive Strength, at 210 kg/m3
  • Compressive Strength, at 230 kg/m3
  • Compressive Strength, DIN 53421, Cold Crushing Strength
  • Specific Heat Capacity
  • Thermal Conductivity
  • Thermal Conductivity
  • Thermal Conductivity
  • Thermal Conductivity, at ambient pressure
  • Thermal Conductivity
  • Thermal Conductivity
  • Thermal Conductivity
  • Thermal Conductivity
  • Thermal Conductivity
  • Thermal Conductivity
  • Thermal Conductivity
  
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