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Passive Daytime Radiative Cooling is a phenomenon where a surface spontaneously cools by reflecting solar radiation back where it came from. Unlike HVAC systems, which have a net heating effect while also emitting hydrofluorocarbons, PDRC stands as an eco-friendly solution that will greatly reduce energy expenses and provide electricity-free cooling anywhere on the planet.

 

More than 80% of radiated energy escapes the earth's atmosphere within the infrared transparency window (8-13 μm).

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72ºC

43ºC

26ºC

*Peak summer day with 32° C
ambient temperature.

 

PolyFrost™ Coating

PolyFrost™ is a revolutionary polymer coating formed via phase-inversion that exhibits both outstanding solar reflectivity and infrared emittance. This versatile coating cools surfaces an average of 6° C below ambient temperature during peak hours. It is intrinsically hydrophobic and UV resistant, applicable on various surfaces including metals, fabrics, plastics, and wood, and can also be made free-standing. 

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96 %

Solar
Reflectivity

100

97 %

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Cooling
Power

Infrared
Emissivity

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Applications

Roofing

  • Residential 

  • Data Centers

  • Warehouses

  • Factories

Transportation

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  • Refrigerated Shipping 

  • Vehicles

  • Shipping Containers 

  • Exposed Pipelines

Mobile Offices

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  • Tents

  • Canopies

  • Construction Portables

  • Remote Outposts 

Utility Enclosers

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  • Transformers

  • Windmills

  • Cell Towers

  • Solar Farms

Inquiries

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