CELLULOSE AEROGEL TECHNOLOGY

From Earth to Earth.

Bronx Material Research Centre’s Cellulose Aerogel is an extremely porous, ultra-low density aerogel that is used in a multitude of applications.

In construction and architecture, it can be installed as thermal-acoustic installation system reducing overall weight and reduction in energy consumption. Its high absorption capacity can be applied as high performance oil and chemical absorption material.

Cellulose Aerogel is a highly versatile product that comes in various thickness, sizes and for specific functions tailored to the needs of various industries.

Please click below for product brochure.

BRONX MRC_Cellulose Aerogel brochure

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