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How it works?

As mentioned before, the HP4 differs completely from the traditional insulation materials in the following:


  • The operating principle of the HP4 differs from the traditional insulation materials: it is a thermal-reflective coating. The heat, refracts on the surface of the vacuum balls, and can only propagate by radiation, changing its original direction back into the room.


  • During the winter the heat bleeding out through the walls, when reaching the HP4 coating – because of the lack of transmitting agent – reflects back into the room.


  • The HP4’s tiny vacuum balls not only distribute the heat by reflecting it of the walls, but create a comfortable temperature in the room as well. By thermal radiation the heat is directly transmitted to the bodies in the room, without warming the intermediate air, therefore when HP4 coating is used, the comfortable temperature can be reached with less energy consumption. Unlike in case of single radiator, the wall coated with HP4 distributes the heat evenly.  Even at low room temperature it provides great heat comfort, which results 20-40% heating cost savings, depending on the room properties. In the summer, because of the capillary effect, the HP4 coating absorbs and evaporates the moisture from the air. The temperature decrease generated by the evaporation provides comfortable cooling effect, so you can even save the cost of the air conditioner.


  • Thanks to its inordinate and large internal surface HP4 helps the capillary moisture propagation from the wall, it evaporates the moist. Furthermore, the HP4 stores the humidity on its large internal surface, this way it can regulate the humidity in the room. This humidity-regulating feature makes the HP4 particularly suitable for usage in high humidity level rooms like cellars, kitchens, bathrooms and saunas. The coating prevents the risk of the mold growth too.
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