|Place of Origin:||CHINA|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||11001Kg|
|Packaging Details:||PP bag/Exporting cartons/Pallet according customer's requiremen|
|Payment Terms:||L/C, T/T, D/P|
|Supply Ability:||10012Kg per week|
|Name:||Organic Phase Change Material||Sample:||Avaliable|
Energy Storage PCM Phase Change Materials / Organic Phase Change Material
1. Detail Infomation:
|Melting temperature||20-60 degree Celsius|
|Latent heat capacity||100 J/g|
|Sample offered||<1KG $70 including freight cost|
2. What is MicroPCMs?
Microencapsulated phase change material (microPCM) products are very small bi-component particles consisting of a core material—the PCM – and an outer shell or capsule wall. The PCM substance is typically a paraffin-wax or a fatty acid ester which absorbs and releases heat in order to maintain a particular temperature. For example, if the microPCM were used in a ski jacket, the PCM would initially absorb the skier’s body heat (the PCM melts inside the capsule wall) and store it until the body temperature drops from the outside environment; at which time, the heat is released (the PCM re-solidifying within the capsule wall) giving warmth to the skier and keeping the temperature regulated for his/her comfort. Throughout this process the capsule wall contains the PCM, so regardless of whether the PCM is in the liquid or solid state, the capsule itself remains as a solid particle containing the PCM. The capsule wall is an inert, very stable polymer.
3. Where is the MicroPCMs applied?
|MicroPCMs are often incorporated into apparel, footwear, furniture coverings, mattresses, outer wear, military uniforms, occupational clothing, infant seats, etc. for temperature regulation.|
|Building applications include wall board, paint, insulation, thromb walls, tiles, flooring, roofing, etc.|
|MicroPCMs are a unique alternative to expensive refrigerated transport or messy dry ice. MicroPCMs can be incorporated into shipping containers for biomedical samples, pharmaceuticals, perishables, food, lab samples, etc.|
|MicroPCMs can be used, for example, in lasers to increase duty cycles, lap tops to increase battery life, and circuitry to impede overheating.|
|PCMs can be used in conjunction with solar heating and radiant heat flooring as a latent heat storage device.|