Solar, Marine and Aviation Applications
- Metallized boPET is intended to be used for solar sails as an alternative means of propulsion for spacecraft such as Cosmos 1
- Metallized boPET solar curtains reflect sunlight and heat away from windows.
- Aluminized, as an inexpensive solar eclipse viewer, although care must be taken, because invisible fissures can form in the metal film, reducing its effectiveness.
- High performance sails for sailboats and hanggliders
- Use boPET films as the back face of the PV modules in solar panels
- Metallized boPET as a reflector material for solar cooking stoves
- To bridge control surface gaps on sailplanes, reducing profile drag
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“People run away from the name subsidy. It is a subsidy. I am not afraid to call it so. It is paid for the purpose of giving a merchant marine to the whole country so that the trade of the whole country will be benefitted thereby, and the men running the ships will of course make a reasonable profit.... Unless we have a merchant marine, our navy if called upon for offensive or defensive work is going to be most defective.”
—William Howard Taft (18571930)