Spacecraft destined for return to Earth, would need to withstand scorching temperatures during reentry into the atmosphere, caused by intense friction with the air due to their extreme speed during descent. NASA Ames Research Center scientists supplied the solution by inventing Protective Ceramic Coating Material (PCCM), which can be applied as a light, paper-thin coating to improve the performance of the ceramic tiles on the Spacecraft. The keys to the technology’s success is the high-emissivity, or heat-radiating agents contained in the mixture that decrease the amount of heat traveling to the underlying material. In addition, PCCM is resistant to mechanical damage and abrasion. Being that Trizar/ Emisshield (PCCM) is water-based and doesn’t contain solvents, it’s also environmentally friendly.
Emisshield® materials were originally used by NASA to improve the performance of the ceramic tiles on space ships. Emisshield® materials are patented (2020) and designed to save energy while increasing efficiency in nearly all heat driven applications.
The human body’s primary method for discharging heat is radiation. The skin is constantly radiating heat in all directions towards the objects adjacent to it, such as clothing or the surrounding air. The body can also receive heat from objects around it through radiation.
Trizar® printed fabrics have been measured to absorb between 4 to 18 degrees Fahrenheit of Infrared (IR) heat more than a control. The printed Trizar® fabrics also increase emissivity and have shown to retain their performance past 30 launderings.
The materials are highly conductive and spread heat to eliminate cold spots as you can see…