Ceramic fiber cloth

Ceramic Fiber cloth is produced from high purity aluminosilicate material through strictly controlled high temperature furnace melting and fiberizing process. The fiber is white and odorless, suitable for high temperature applications up to 1100°C. Commonly used Ceramic Fiber products except cloth include tape, rope, braid, tubing, paper, blanket, etc.

Main Characteristics and Specs

Lightweight,  low thermal conductivity, high temperature stability, excellent handling strength, low heat storage, thermal shock resistant, fire and flame proof, chemical resistant, compatible with most corrosive chemicals, commonly used acid and alkali (exceptions are hydrofluoric, phosphoric acids and concentrated alkalis).

Ceramic fiber cloth Typical Applications

 

  • High temperature insulation seals and gaskets
  • Protective blankets, curtains, covers, pads and wrapping
  • Expansion joint fabric, safety clothing

 


Ceramic fiber cloth with glass - to 650°C

Ceramic fiber cloth with glass - to 650°C

Ceramic cloth with glass  represents a valid alternative to the more common high temperature fabrics. It is obtained by weaving numerous twisted threads. The width and thickness of the ceramic fabric is in fact, determined by the number of threads used. The Ceramic cloth is soft to the touch and resistant. It is available in various thicknesse..

Hakotherm®-1200 fabric made of textured yarn

Hakotherm®-1200 fabric made of textured yarn

Ceramic fiber cloth  products are made of ceramic fibres. They are produced from continuous filament yarn with a filament diameter in excess of 6 µ.Ceramic woven fabrics are made of ceramic fibers which are suitable for applications where long-term working temperature does not excee 1100°C. The use of ceramic fiber and products made from them ..

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