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Grado Zero www.gradozero.eu- Manufactured Products' Innovation Services -- Our know-how is your guarantee - The mission of the company is to develop and commercialize new materials and technologies for industry transfer to create new products with the aim to improve quality of life, work and environment. The company acts as a go-between among many industrial branches and research fields, in particoular: nanotubes, fibers, fabrics, composite textile structures, extreme sport equipments and safe equipments, new performing materials and technologies for furnishing / automotive / nautical / medical areas.

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  • May 28, 2014 1:06 am
    humanoidhistory:

SPACESUIT ‘64 — NASA publicity photo from April 1964. The original caption reads: “The prototype hard suit, allowing increased mobility and constant volume atmosphere, was delivered to NASA in March 1964 for two months of evaluation testing.  A hard suit was proposed to MSC in 1963 by Litton Industries, Beverly Hills, Calif., for extended extra-vehicular use on the Lunar or planetary surfaces during advanced space flight programs.” View high resolution

    humanoidhistory:

    SPACESUIT ‘64 — NASA publicity photo from April 1964. The original caption reads: “The prototype hard suit, allowing increased mobility and constant volume atmosphere, was delivered to NASA in March 1964 for two months of evaluation testing.  A hard suit was proposed to MSC in 1963 by Litton Industries, Beverly Hills, Calif., for extended extra-vehicular use on the Lunar or planetary surfaces during advanced space flight programs.”

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    Thanks to its multidisciplinary 
    organizational physiognomy which shows different
    but complementary professional skills, from chemistry
    to mechanical and aerospace engineering, from textile
    technology to product designGZe is able to offer a 360° design
    service: from the development of the idea to prototyping, to the final manufacturing. Gze helps the modern company or businessman to tweak the analytical methods for the characterization and the control of the raw materials and the finished products.

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  • May 9, 2014 7:35 pm

    SpaceSkin: The leather in 2020

    SpaceSkin is a extremely lightweight, ultra-thin mylar membrane, also called “Space blanket”, treated with a special polymeric coating that adds great strength an durability to it.

    First developed by NASA in 1964 for the US space program, the Space blanket consists of a thin sheet of plastic (often PET film) that is coated with a metallic reflecting agent, making it metallized polyethylene terephthalate (MPET), usually gold or silver in color, which reflects up to 97% of radiated heat.

    For use in space, polyimide substrate is usually employed due to its resistance to the hostile space environment, large temperature range (cryogenic to -260 °C and for short excursions up to over 480 °C), low outgassing (making it suitable for vacuum use) and resistance to ultraviolet radiation. Aluminized kapton, with foil thickness of 50 and 125 µm, was used e.g. on the Apollo Lunar Module. The polyimide gives the foils their distinctive amber-gold color.

    With the addition of a polymeric substrate the blanket acquires a great mechanical resistance and strength. In addition to this its hand touch sensation begins more soft, like suede feeling.

    http://www.gzespace.com/gzenew/index.php?pg=spaceskin&lang=en

  • May 3, 2014 12:02 am
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    ARGONEL: http://www.gzespace.com/gzenew/index.php?pg=argonel&lang=en

  • April 23, 2014 9:40 pm
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    Argon + Aerogel = new dimension of coibentation by Grado Zero

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    Email: contact@gzespace.com
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