Ceramic Fiber Insulation R Value

  1. Renowned for its restricted thermal conductivity, minimal heat accumulation, and zero-asbestos composition, Ceramic Fiber Insulation R Value outperforms.
  2. Ceramic fiber blankets are noteworthy for their immense tensile strength and their aptitude to withstand thermal shocks.
  3. Sound absorption is viable with Ceramic Fiber Insulation R Value and the absence of any binders precludes any smoke discharge or furnace contamination.
  4. In case of any damage to the lining, immediate repairs are possible, allowing for speedy cooling of the furnace.
  5. Ceramic fibers starkly forego any curing or drying process, facilitating instantaneous heating to operating temperatures.

Product Description

Insight Into Ceramic Fiber Insulation

Ceramic fiber insulation is a refractory insulation material, made by bonding ceramic fibers via inorganic binders. These materials, fabricated into boards and blanks, are created to deliver remarkable thermal insulation and withstand extreme temperatures.

Attributes of Ceramic Fiber Insulation

  • Able to resist high temperatures, up to 2600°F (1427°C)
  • Low thermal conductivity contributes towards energy efficiency
  • Resistant to both corrosion and acid attacks
  • Acts as a flame retarding and is non-combustible
  • Can be easily modified and shaped to fit differing applications
  • Available in a multitude of sizes and thicknesses

Ceramic Fiber Insulation R Value

The Ceramic Fiber Insulation R Value is a measure of a material’s thermal resistance, which is a key performance characteristic of ceramic fiber insulation. The R-value indicates how effectively the insulation can resist the flow of heat, with higher values indicating better insulating properties.

For ceramic fiber insulation, the Ceramic Fiber Insulation R Value typically ranges from 0.24 to 0.37 per inch (R-1.7 to R-2.6 per inch) of thickness, depending on the specific composition and density of the material. The lower end of this range corresponds to lower-density, more flexible ceramic fiber insulation, while the higher end is associated with higher-density, more rigid varieties.

The R-value of ceramic fiber insulation is influenced by factors such as the fiber diameter, fiber orientation, and the presence of any binders or additives. Manufacturers may also optimize the insulation’s R-value through proprietary manufacturing processes.
Ceramic Fiber Insulation R Value

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 R Value Package And Shipping

Package For Ceramic Fibers