Aerogel is often hailed as the "material of dreams" for its remarkable properties. 

It can withstand temperatures up to 2000 degrees Celsius, making it the world's leading super-insulating material.

Aerogel, the lightest material on Earth, consists of 98% air, with its volume primarily made up of nanoporous air layers that are one ten-thousandth the thickness of a human hair.

With an open pore structure and a porosity of 99%, the average particle size is 3nm, and the average pore size is around 10nm.

This is smaller than the average mean free path of air molecules, which is 70nm.

It is light enough to float on water yet strong enough to withstand the impact of comet fragments, making it an ideal insulating material for NASA's Mars exploration spacecraft. 

It can withstand extreme temperatures ranging from -300 degrees Celsius to over 2000 degrees Celsius, making it versatile for use in space shuttles, missile systems, and fighter jet engines.

The circulation of air (convection) is substantially inhibited inside aerogel, leading to its exceptionally low thermal conductivity when compared to other substances.

Therefore, even if you place a flower on top of aerogel and directly heat the bottom, the flower will not burn or wilt

Aerogel can be made from various materials, including carbon, but among these, silica aerogel exhibits thermal insulation properties that are three times superior to those of commonly used insulating materials like fiberglass, Styrofoam, and polyurethane foam.

The reason a Harvard research team focused on silica aerogel is precisely due to its outstanding insulating properties. It was historically used as the insulation material for Sojourner, the first mobile exploration rover to traverse the surface of Mars.

We aimed to leverage the exceptional insulating properties of aerogel to overcome the limitations of existing insulation paints, applying it to a variety of living environments such as exterior walls of buildings and factory panels.

Obstacles to 'Commercialization' 

Extensive research and development over several years.

This new material, known for its resistance to heat, electricity, and sound shocks, and for being extremely lightweight, has endless potential applications and is often called a dream material that could change the future.

However, its production is time-consuming and costly, and due to its material properties, it does not mix well with other substances, limiting its use to specialized areas such as aerospace until now.

However, after years of research, Anexa successfully developed a way to incorporate the exceptional insulating properties of aerogel into the paint, securing the first domestic patent for aerogel insulation in the process.

As a result, this breakthrough has enabled the application of high-functionality paints made from super-insulating aerogel in various aspects of our lives, including industrial and architectural sites. These paints offer insulation, fire resistance, flame retardancy, sound absorption, condensation prevention, Corrosion Under Insulation (CUI) prevention, rust prevention, and antibacterial properties.

The reasons for applying super-insulating aerogel to paint

After persistent questioning "Can we apply this exceptional material as closely as possible to our daily lives and living environments?"

we ultimately decided to incorporate aerogel into the material closest to our lives: paint.

The answer to easily implementing energy-saving measures and preserving the planet, whether in construction or industrial settings, was found in paint.

After years of research and development, Anexa's insulation paint offers various benefits:

In architectural environments such as apartments and childcare facilities, it helps reduce electricity bills and maintains comfortable temperatures, enhancing the quality of life.

In industrial settings like factories and tunnels, it protects people from high temperatures from machinery and fire hazards.

In agricultural settings such as poultry and livestock farms, it solves temperature control issues, significantly increasing production efficiency by improving egg production rates. Additionally, in facilities with high energy consumption like plants and petrochemical plants, it can save up to 40% of energy consumption.

It's just one coat of paint. 

It's the solution for protecting our increasingly fragile planet and safeguarding our lives within it. 

The answer is Anexa Aerogel Insulation Paint.