PC board can be high temperature resistant?

by:GWX     2020-09-26
PC board can be high temperature resistant? Using the temperature range is how much? Hollow sunshine board used outdoors can adapt temperature changing from cold to hot summer. In - 40 ℃ to 120 ℃ range various physical performance is stable.
PC board transparent material can focus as transparent material has to absorb the sun's function, cause the accumulation of solar energy. Under the sun exposure when the installation can absorb a large amount of heat when the swatches, want to consider the accumulation of heat, based on several projects to install calculation and actual measurement of sunshine board, sunshine board surface can be arrived in the temperature of 100 ℃, temperature is 100 ℃, the continuous use Xia Tianbao cool, heat preservation in winter. P the sunshine board more than common glass and other plastic thermal conductivity ( K value) , 7% higher than the same glass - insulation effect Heat up to 49% 25%, PC sunshine board, so that greatly reduce heat loss, used to have a warm equipment construction, environmental protection material. Is widely used in all kinds of canopy architecture, lighting ceiling, agricultural greenhouses, etc.
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