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Aerogel World's Lightest Solid

It's one of the lightest solids in the world. The structure consists of silicon dioxide (SiO2), which is one-thousandth the thickness of hair, and air forms more than 90% of the total volume                           

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Ultra-lightweight, super-insulated, water proof material
listed in the Guinness Book of Records

AEROSQUARE® product is 30% thinner, with the Insulating performance
is the same as the existing products.

Non-crystalline silica image

Crystalline silica image

Aerogel features

  1. It's one of the nanopore materials

  2. 97% of the particles are larger than 45㎛

  3. The size of the entire particle is not nano-scale

  4. The size of the nanopore hole is nanoscale(~0.01㎛)

Non-crystalline silica study results : OSHA, EPA, OECD

  1. It's nontoxic and there's no possibility of artificial mutation

  2. We expect that there is no risk of carcinogenicity

  3. If absorbed to the body, there is no possibility that it will be absorbed through the skin, also cause any chemical reactions

  4. It's harmless to human health

Aerogel is a nanopore , not an nanoparticle.  

The Nanopore of the aerogel material is nanoscale (~ 0.01 ㎛), but the total particle size is not nanoscale.  

Aerogel is non-crystalline silica, with 97 percent of the particles measuring 45㎛ or more  

Aerogel does not generate nanoparticles when sheared  

Silica studies show that aerogel is not toxic and have no possibility of artificial mutation.  

Limitation of aerogel production

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First generation aerosols

In 1933, aerogel was discovered mainly in the field of commercialization technology and aerospace military Limited use, etc. as a basic research material

Second generation aerosols

The commercialization was initiated in 1980s, the United States by developing the aerogel blanket and board,  

Applying them to the insulation system for marine plants, space aviation, military, and building construction. 

The market demand was $600 million in 2016, and will be $2 billion expected in 2020.  

However, due to the higher price compare to the general insulation materials and the dust issues occurs during the construction,  

there were the limitation of application and entry barrier for the companies toward the industry.