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Blanket

A FibreCast ceramic blanket is highly insulating and can be manufactured in a variety of chemistries, densities, and thicknesses. This product has both low heat storage and a complete resistance to thermal shock.

 

Soluble  

Soluble fibers are low bio-persistence fibers that acts as a low-hazard protective surface, making them a safe option to work with in extreme heat conditions. Soluble fibers can be used in working environments of up to 1260°C (2,300°F).

Isofrax

Temperature Grade: 1,260°C (2,300°F)

Characteristics: Low thermal conductivity, excellent thermal stability, lightweight, excellent thermal shock resistance, good handling strength, low heat storage, flexibility, excellent corrosion resistance, and excellent chemical stability.

Insulfrax

Temperature Grade: 1,260°C/2,300°F

Characteristics: Flexible, strong, lightweight, needled (eliminates the need for binders and results in high tensile strength), completely inorganic (no smoke generation), excellent resistance to thermal shock, and low thermal conductivity.

 

High Purity Ceramic Fibre

Temperature Grade: 1,260°C (2,300°F).

This blanket is made from alumina-silica materials, which create a stable and insulating product with low thermal conductivity, low heat storage, and excellent thermal shock resistance. These blankets also provide superior corrosion resistance. 

 

Zirconia

Temperature Grade: 1,430°C (2,600°F).

This ceramic blanket is made from alumina-silica-zirconia fibers and features high tensile strength, low thermal conductivity, and low shrinkage. A Zirconia ceramic blanket is ideal for chemical processing and ferrous metal industries, as well as backup insulation in high-temperature processes.

 

Maftec/Polycrystalline Mullite

Temperature Grade: 1,649°C (3,000°F).

A polycrystalline ceramic blanket is extremely durable and performs well at very high temperatures. Low shrinkage of the blanket translates into a long product life, and the chemical stability of this product ensures that the lining in the refractory remains intact over time. During initial fire up, there is little or no shrinkage, and so minimal gaps in modular linings – ensuring long, low-maintenance performances. 

This is a high-tech ceramic blanket with a very low thermal conductivity and strong resistance to chemical attack. The crystalline microstructure and high-temperature classification result in a highly resilient fiber, even when exposed to exceptionally temperatures. 

This blanket is appropriate in the conditions of most industrial processes and is used to form stack bonded and composite modules for use in the linings of kilns, furnaces, and heaters in all industry sectors.