Microencapsulation is the process of containing a substance in a coating on a scale smaller than the width of a human hair. On a larger scale, it is similar to putting ice into a rigid water balloon; when the ice melts, it is contained and will not leak.
By microencapsulating CrodaTherm™ waxes in an acrylic polymer shell, the particles can remain solid even when the CrodaTherm core changes phase into a liquid, which means many more applications can take advantage of the high latent heat capacity of the CrodaTherm core.
Our patented microencapsulation technology maximises latent heat properties with no impact on shell strength and allows the material to be processed into the end application without degradation due to chemical, thermal or mechanical stresses.
The unique technology has been developed in-house and so we are able to help you develop the best system to suit your needs. See our product finder our current range of microencapsulated CrodaTherm available.
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