Ceramic Fiber Insulation Density

  1. Renowned for low thermal conductivity, trivial heat retention, and being asbestos-free, Ceramic Fiber Insulation Density finds its superiority.
  2. Ceramic fiber blankets come with high tensile strength and offer splendid resistance to thermal shocks.
  3. Additionally, Ceramic Fiber Insulation Density brings sound absorption benefits to the table and, due to the absence of binding materials, it ensures no fume production or contamination of the furnace surroundings.
  4. It also boasts a quick repair feature that lets you cool down the furnace swiftly in case of any lining damage.
  5. Importantly, ceramic fibers do not necessitate a curing period or drying time, empowering them to be heated to serviceable temperatures instantly.

Product Description

Defining Ceramic Fiber Insulation

Ceramic fiber insulation is a unique refractory insulation material, consisting of ceramic fibers held together by inorganic binders. Fabricated into boards and blanks, these materials are designed to yield superior thermal insulation and high-temperature resistance.

Attributes of Ceramic Fiber Insulation:

  • Can endure high temperatures of up to 2600°F (1427°C)
  • Boasts low thermal conductivity, enhancing energy efficiency
  • Shows resistance to corrosion and acid attacks
  • Non-combustible and also acts as a flame-retardant
  • Can be conveniently cut and shaped to cater to specific applications
  • Available in a variety of thicknesses and dimensions

Ceramic Fiber Insulation Density

Ceramic Fiber Insulation Density typically ranges from 96 to 288 kg/m³ (6 to 18 lb/ft³). The lower end of this range is considered low-density, while the higher end is considered high-density. The density is influenced by factors such as the composition of the ceramic fibers, the manufacturing process, and the specific application requirements.

Lower-density ceramic fiber insulation is more flexible and easier to cut or shape, making it suitable for applications where conformity to complex shapes is important, such as in furnace linings or industrial kilns. Higher-density ceramic fiber insulation offers better thermal and mechanical properties, making it suitable for applications that require higher compressive strength or thermal stability, such as in high-temperature industrial processes or refractory construction.
Ceramic Fiber Insulation Density

Item Standard H Pure Zirconium
AL2O3(%) ≥44 ≥45 ≥34
Sio2(%) ≥52 ≥54 ≥50
Fe2O3+Tio2(%) ≤1.0 ≤0.5 ≤0.5
ZrO2(%) ≥15
Classification   Temperature (℃) 1260 1260 1430
Working   Temperature (℃) 1050 1100 1350
Density   (kg/m3) 160-220 160-220 160-220
linear   shrinkage after heating(%) @24 hours ≤2.5 ≤2.5 ≤3.5
(1000°C) (1100°C) (1350°C)
Thermal   Conductivity(w/m.k) @400°C 0.09 0.101 0.118

Ceramic Fiber Insulation Density Package And Shipping

Package For Ceramic Fibers