Ultra White Paint Can Replace AC/Super White Cooling Paint
If you are also worried about this rising temperature.and Feeling the need of air conditioning in your home or office But you cannot afford its expenses
So this video is for you. Because in this video we will tell you How with the help of a paint You can lower your room temperature by 19 degrees to 8 degrees Fahrenheit below the ambient temperature.
A professor at a Purdue University in Indiana whose name is Xiulin Ruan
He is also a scientist He has created such a paint Which is the light and heat from the sun 98.1% reflect
A new superwhite paint is so reflective that it can cool a surface to below the surrounding air temperature, even under sunlight. It could help reduce the use of energy-intensive air conditioning in hot countries.
In spring last year, a team from Purdue unveiled the first ultra-white paint—a product so white that it set a Guinness World Record. The key was barium sulfate, which allowed the paint to reflect 98.1 percent of sunlight and cool surfaces by up to 19 degrees Fahrenheit compared to their surroundings.
white paint help fight climate change “Cool” white roofs are seen as an easy, urban climate solution.
In the US, New York has recently coated more than 10 million sq ft of rooftops white. The state of California has already updated building codes to promote cool roofs.
Tests carried out by researchers at Purdue University on their “ultra-white” paint showed it reflected more than 98% of sunlight.That suggests, the scientists say, that it could help save energy and fight climate change.
“So if you were to use our paint to cover a roof area of about 1,000 sq ft (93 sq m), we estimate you could get a cooling power of 10 kilowatts. That’s more powerful than the central air conditioners used by most houses,”
(Due to this paint, we will end our dependence on air conditioni)
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