Summer! Wonderful but warm period (more and more, you know the reasons). Many say that you cannot survive the summer without air conditioning. What if your house or car doesn't heat up?
The engineers of the Purdue University they developed a white paint capable of keeping all surfaces cool, especially up to 18 degrees Fahrenheit (-10 ° C) colder than the surrounding environment. More: "Super White" paint reflects 95,5% of sunlight and effectively radiates infrared heat.
Like a refrigerator that does not consume energy
The paint works by absorbing almost no solar energy at all and by driving away the heat. It can even help with climate change, thanks to the radiative cooling, flexing heat from the Earth into deep space. Where it can no longer affect our planet.
"We are not moving the heat from the surface to the atmosphere. We are just discharging everything in the universe, which is an infinite heat sink," he said. Xiangyu Li, an MIT researcher who worked on this project.
The experiments speak for themselves: the super White paint is effective
To prove the effectiveness of their new product, Purdue researchers captured images of their paint with infrared cameras versus regular white paint. The results were impressive to say the least.
All the readings pretty clearly confirmed that the Super White paint has a lower temperature. Much lower than the context in which it is used than any other competitor.
Imagine this paint used in all our cities on buildings, roads and cars (goodbye air conditioning in the summer).