Outlast Technologies introduces Aersulate Aerogels

YarnsandFibers News Bureau 2024-05-14 16:38:23 – Germany

Outlast Technologies has unveiled the new Aersulate aerogels, based on aramid fibers, presenting a range of innovative application possibilities. These flame-resistant materials are exceptionally thin and exhibit minimal susceptibility to moisture and pressure, setting them apart from other insulation materials.

Aerogels, originally made from silica, boast a highly porous structure with approximately 98% air content, making them the lightest solid materials globally. Recognized for their efficacy, aerogels have been utilized by NASA and are characterized by their microporous structure, ideal for functional insulation materials.

After extensive research and development, Outlast has successfully integrated aerogels into textile substrates in high concentrations, maintaining the original properties of the textile while enhancing insulating performance significantly.

Comparing identical nonwoven substrates with and without Aersulate technology, Outlast achieves a doubling in thermal resistance of up to 100%. These fabrics remain highly breathable, hydrophobic, and can be supplemented with additional flame-resistant properties upon request.

Outlast CEO Martin Bentz highlights the unique advantage of Aersulate products, which offer exceptional insulation in remarkably thin profiles, ranging from 1-2 mm. This breakthrough presents new opportunities across consumer goods, technical applications, as well as security and construction sectors.

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