Registration Date 28 Oct 2020
Revision Date 28 Oct 2020

Blanket Insulation


Petroleum Coatings

Fire Proofing Insulation


Thermal insulation in the aerospace industry, transportation, industrial equipment, power generation Fire protection
Aerospace Industrial machines Power generation Transportation


Prevent heat transfer through radiation Without any smoke or chemical pollutants during exposure to direct flame Flexibility Non-toxic Ease of use Hydrophobic, with the ability to pass water vapor

Flexibility Non-toxic Thermal Insulation Blocking heat transfer Fireproof Hydrophobe

Manufacturer's Description

Aerogel blankets include aerogel powder located on flexible platforms. The presence of the bed reduces the mechanical weaknesses of the aerogel powders while maintaining their unique properties. These blankets are the best thermal, acoustic and moisture insulators in the world and are used at different temperatures. The aerogel blankets produced by Pakan Atieh Company have the best thermal, acoustic and moisture quality and their thermal resistance is at least 4 times better than the best existing insulation. Light-colored aerogel blankets do not catch fire or melt at temperatures up to 1,500 C. Aerogel is a nano-porous material synthesized from a gel in which the liquid component of the gel is replaced by a gas without a volumetric drop. Usually, aerosols are produced by Sol-gel method. Silica aerogel is the most common type of aerogel produced from silica gel. The aerogels contain micro-pores (cavities with a diameter of less than 2 nm), meso-pores (cavities with a diameter between 2 and 50 nm) and macro-pores (cavities with a diameter more than 50 nm) and are generally about 20 nanometers in diameter. These materials have unique properties such as dimensional stability, special surface (between 600 and 1000 m2/g), porosity (85 to 99.8%), low density, low thermal conductivity, high transparency and very low dielectric constant. Aerogels are used in a variety of applications, such as thermal insulation in semi-transparent glass and ceilings, catalysts due to their high specific surface area, hydrophobic materials, astronaut clothing insulation, diving thermal protection, and drug delivery systems.