(Caracas, November 11, News24).Engineers from the Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyThey created a kind of transparent layer that can take back 70% of the solar energy.
This new invention supported large companies and families who invested heavily in the purchase of air conditioners throughout the summer.
This coating is designed to be applied outside the windows inside the buildings. contract when exposed to high temperature, from embedded microparticles.
Reaching these temperatures, the film rejects heat thanks to microparticles that make the film look more transparent, thus allowing a building to cool down while allowing good sunlight to pass through.
Information from Computerhoy.com