The encapsulation of materials is useful for a variety of settings, ranging from farming, cosmetics and construction to pharmaceutical products. According to the requirements of each application, different processes and materials are used accordingly.
Fertilizers can be stored in a milli-sized sphere that releases its content slowly over a long period of time, avoiding the repeated addition of more fertilizer.
Pharmaceutical drugs that require slow absorption into the blood system could be nanoencapsulated according to requirements.
Construction materials that suffer from environmental exposure would be coated by nanoparticles in a microcapsule with a wide range of abilities: electrical, anti-corrosion and thermal insulation and many more depending on desired properties.
Our inspiration was to create a environmental friendly insulation technology that could be crafted from recycled materials and reused for indeterminate numerous times.
LOW EMISSIONS & EFFICIENCY
PolyMaterials App is working to develop a new insulation material that is as energy efficient as any typical insulation used in organ, blood or drug transportation coolers. Our focus was to create an reusable insulation technology which is cost effective and energy efficient.