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Ceramic Fiber Insulation

Ceramic Fiber Insulation

Detailed Description

High- Temperature insulation wool (HTIW).  – CERAMIC WOOL.

Ceramic fiber wool is generally defined as those resistant to temperatures above 1000°C. -  1400°C. The first variety, aluminum silicate fiber, developed in the 1950s, was referred to as refractory ceramic fiber.

In the 1960s aluminum-silicate-based "refractory ceramic fiber" was launched on the market in Europe. Due to their high temperature-resistance and good technical properties (i.e. good thermal shock resistance and low thermal conductivity), they quickly became the reference for industrial high temperature insulation.

Due to the development of new material types the nomenclature of high-temperature insulation wool was redefined in Germany at the end of the 1990s. (VDI 3469). Although even today the term "ceramic fiber" or "refractory ceramic fiber" is commonly used.

Our products use oxide ceramics, Alumina (Al2O3) and zirconium oxide (ZrO2), as well as high-performance mixed oxide ceramics such as ATZ (Alumina Toughened Zirconia) and ZTA (Zirconia Toughened Alumina).

The right selection of materials for the specific application and the production possibilities are an essential part of any customer consultation

Thermal insulation with HTIW enabled a more lightweight construction of industrial furnaces and equipment designed heating systems, automobiles), resulting in many economic and ecological benefits. Consequences are smaller wall thicknesses and considerably lower lining masses.


TEMPERATURE RANGE: 1000°C. -  1400°C

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