Heat accumulating material and use thereof
||ZA 9301128 A
||Feb 18, 1993
||Sep 22, 1993
A heat accumulating material is proposed, consisting of a thermally inert matrix which is a substance with open pores, and of a thermosensitive working substance which is a hygroscopic substance capable of reversible processes of dehydration-hydration. A heat accumulating material is intended for use as an agent for cooling and heating of a gaseous (air) medium, an agent for thermostatic conditioning and protection against heating of articles or construction structures, for example, elements of radioelectronic devices, as well as a fire suppressing means.