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A material that is resistant or highly resistant to condensation

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Advice on the best material/method to prevent condensation on plastic/glass at the lowest possible cost.  New venture I'm looking at currently a refrigeration engineer. Any useful help will be rewarded in equity in the buisness if it develops to a production standard. 

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Better insulation ?

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12 hours ago, Endy0816 said:

Maybe a hydrophilic coating?

Are you sure you don't mean hydrophobic?

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5 hours ago, studiot said:

Are you sure you don't mean hydrophobic?

No. I was actually thinking the same at first, but was reading that hydrophilic surfaces can counterintuitively create a thin layer of water that limits additional condensation.

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16 hours ago, Endy0816 said:

No. I was actually thinking the same at first, but was reading that hydrophilic surfaces can counterintuitively create a thin layer of water that limits additional condensation.

Sounds interesting, have you got a reference thanks ?

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4 hours ago, studiot said:

Thanks +1

Welcome. Sorry couldn't post more last night. Having internet issues. Do find it interesting for sure. Can do a lot with a little.

I am curious what OP needs this for.  What role glass or plastic plays in the system.

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