Paint with graphene makes buildings more energy efficient
The Spanish paint factory Graphenstone claims that his new developed paint, which consists graphene, preserves buildings by improving the thermal properties of the structures.
The paint with graphene consists of 98% pure lime. According to The Graphene Company, the paint is an environmentally friendly alternative to traditional paint. Pure lime absorbs CO2 and helps improving the air quality.
With the addition of graphene, the paint can improve the thermal properties of buildings, which means that less energy is needed for heating. Grafeen is a versatile material consisting of a single layer of carbon atoms and has applications in the IT, electronics and cleantech sectors.
Environmentally friendly paint
When the paint is applied to the surfaces of inner walls, the grafhene addition in the paint mixture catches the heat. Then the heat is gradually transported to the entire surface of the inner walls. By delaying the heat conduction, the paint contributes to improving the building insulation, according to the paint factory.
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