Mega-Temp™ Insulation excels in a variety of conditions

Thermometer Cold COLD

Mega-Temp™ Insulation does not freeze

Tests show that one may expose Mega-Temp™ Insulation to sub-zero temperatures and it does NOT freeze and instead continues to remain flexive!

No frozen pipes in extreme winter conditions. In fact, Mega-Temp™ Insulation shows no deteriorating effects down to -195.58 C [-320 F] – which is the temperature of Liquid Nitrogen.

Perfect for aircraft of any size. An aircraft flying at 30,000 feet altitude would be exposed to a temperature of -54 C [-65 F] yet the interior surface of the cabin when treated with Mega-Temp™, would be approximately 15 C [60 F] or about 125 F variation!

When properly treated with Mega-Temp™, each aircraft’s range can be expected to increase 10% – 20% due to weight savings from removal of the existing fiberglass insulation and associated bracketry as well as a definite reduction in “bleed air” consumption from the engines typically needed to keep the passenger cabin warm during flight. Review our Boeing 747-300 Fuel Savings Analysis.

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Heat is not a problem

Factories located in desert regions of the country can now contain the heat generated by their equipment [machinery, generators, etc.] as well as radiation from the sun.

Computer and defense companies operating clean rooms can easily moderate the temperatures therein by installing Mega-Temp™ Insulation.

Foundries which generate tremendous amounts of heat can reduce the amount of ambient heat by coating the interior walls and ceilings with this product. This will provide for more comfortable and productive and alert employees.

Passed SINTEF NBL Nordtest method NT Fire 004 NS-INSTA 412 for In 1 classification

Mega-Temp™ Insulation converts kinetic thermal energy to potential energy at such a fast rate such that thermal energies released by various equipment or environment is easily absorbed by the material.


Acoustic Control – from Sound Booths to Submarines

Sound booths, recording studios, theatres, and the like, which need noise control second to none, should use Mega-Temp™ Insulation forthwith. By sound absorption and transmission loss noises are reduced to a comfortable level.

Military applications such as submarines can greatly benefit through the efficiencies inherent in this technology as well as the fact that it can be applied everywhere; its thinness is a great asset to both designers as well as fabrication personnel.

Mega-Temp™ Insulation converts acoustic energy into potential energy at a faster rate than other insulation, thus, noises are decreased.

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Mega-Temp™ Insulation is inert to acid

In situations where the possibility of detrimental contacts exist, coating with this technology may be the answer to negating damage to structures. An engine area so insulated would not be damaged with battery acid if there was a leak. Where electronics are present, Mega-Temp™ would be the ideal barrier to leaking battery damage.

Electrical wires coated with Mega-Temp™ would be inert to acidic environments found in some manufacturing processes.

Mega-Temp™ Insulation is inert to Hydrochloric, Nitric and Sulphuric Acids.

This is the results of the battery acid test we did in-house.

The sample used was the one supplied by your company which was a 10 square inch piece of aluminum covered with about .008 thick layer of Mega-Temp.

I covered a section of the surface about 1 square inch with 1280 specific gravity battery acid. The piece was set aside for four days. At that time the acid did not penetrate the covering.

At the time of applying the acid, a knife cut was made on one corner of the test area where the acid could reach the aluminum. In the four days of the test, the acid caused the Mega-Temp to delaminate about 1/2 inch around the knife cut. Even in this area the covering was still intact, but the acid etched the metal underneath and caused the bond to break.

In this 4 day test, I could not detect any change in the coating by feel or visual. There was no special chemical test made to see if there were any non visual changes.

A the same time of this, a piece of nylon carpet, aircraft grade, was subjected to 1 drop of the 1280 acid. It burned a hole through the sample in 13 seconds. Top to bottom.

This stuff is hard to describe!

Edward T. Goode
General Manager
Madisonville Flying Service Inc.
Madisonville, KY 47031

Condensation Icon CONDENSATION

Condensation is under control with Mega-Temp™ Insulation

Mega-Temp™ Insulation has vapor barrier properties in the vicinity of 0.05 perms which allows it to be used for condensation control. In aircraft use where ‘cold soaking’ is a problem, it is very effective at stopping condensation from occurring. Mega-Temp™’s superior thermal barrier membrane acts as a shield between the outside chill [approximately -55C [-67F] and that of the interior of the aircraft. Mega-Temp™ will not freeze [and will continue insulating] at any arctic temperatures as well!

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