And in addition. as I am a decorative painter. I can tell you that it applies like a classic painting
I made my room with it.
Interesting, but how exactly does it work?
What are the 2 phases used? What is the MCP used? How to maintain the liquid or gas phase in the paint?
You do not know ?
Yes the MPC we know quite well see:
heating-insulation / mcp-pcm-air-conditioning-phase-change-t11860.html
solar-thermal / store-of-the-thermal-energy-with-from-oil-palm-of-t7421.html
On the other hand, how to integrate it into a mural that I don't know ... A thick plaster that remains "soft" yes I could understand, a painting I do not understand how ... Hence my questions ...
Then what about the durability? Differential phase expansion?
The thermo'luc is neither a spam nor a simple temperature measurement nor a sight of the mind since I bought some. I want to understand that it is not so obvious to integrate that a painting is not only decorative and can have a function but is not this towards which all the materials tend (example = the depolluting and destructive paints of formaldehyde).
On the other hand, I find some a little unfair to say that the speech on the THERMO'LUC range is not clear. If you take 5/10 minutes, to get to the site http://www.peintures-saint-luc.com , to click on the Thermoluc banner on the home page, then to click on the rectangle "discover thermoregulation" and finally to read the informative presentation on the subject. I even think that the authors of this text should be recognized for their desire to be clear, transparent and educational.
Even the data sheets are professional.
By cons I have trouble with this diagram ??? I did not know that the human body does thermolysis ???
On the other hand, it lacks the surface heat capacities on the finished product laid ...
I guess they are weak considering the mass of a painting? Which must be a few grams per dry m² ...
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