Thermal insulation materials are designed to impede heat flow between the interior and exterior, consisting primarily of convection and conduction. KULR has developed a fiber core sandwich and fiber ball structures with glass fiber to provide ultra lightweight thermal insulation materials that can fit into arbitrary shapes and gaps. Phase change materials are used to saturate the fiber structures to provide latent heats of fusion at a range of melting points to provide thermal capacity to the structure.
This new architecture can develop into a new class of passive thermal insulation and cooling products for medical, transportation and building applications. KULR’s solutions are tested and used for aerospace and industrial applications.