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Two serials of waterbone thin heat-insulating coatings were prepared using hollow ceramic micro- sphere as functional filler. The result showed that fluorine modified polystyrene-acrylate emulsion had better heat-insulating property than polystyrene-acrylate emulsion. The coatings had better effect with increasing the amount of hollow ceramic micro-sphere. The temperature difference between measured sample and compared one reached to 6.6 ℃ as the content of hollow ceramic micro-sphere was 10 wt% in the total emulsion. The coatings with hollow ceramic micro-sphere had evident thermal insulation property.


heat-insulating coating; fluorine modified polystyrene-acrylate copolymers; hollow ceramic micro- sphere; water-based coatings

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Author: Pei Wang, Xia-zhen Zhang, Zhi-yong Wei, Wen-yan Lv, Lian Liu, Wan-xi Zhang



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