Insulation Ceramic Fiber Modules
Ceramic fiber insulation modules are pre-formed three-dimensional insulation panels used for lining industrial furnaces and ovens. They are made of high-temperature resistant ceramic fibers that are bonded together using inorganic binders.
Ceramic fiber modules offer several key benefits over traditional ceramic fiber blankets and boards:
• Precise fit – Custom designed to fit complex geometries and spaces within equipment.
• Easy installation – Modules drop into place and install quickly.
• Consistent insulation – Provide even thickness and uniform coverage area.
• Minimal cleanup – Less loose fiber and debris compared to using blankets.
Ceramic fiber modules have the ability to cover the walls, top, and bottom of furnaces, as well as fittings and ductwork. They are capable of withstanding temperatures up to 1,280°C (2,340°F), while some modules can tolerate brief exposures of up to 1,400°C (2,550°F).
Application Of High-temperature Ceramic Fiber Modules
The main application for ceramic fiber modules is providing efficient, long-lasting thermal insulation for high-temperature industrial heat processing equipment across various sectors. This includes furnaces and ovens used in:
• Steel and metals
• Petrochemical and refining
• Power generation
• Glass and ceramics
• Waste treatment
• Cement and lime
Ceramic Fiber Modules Overviews
Ceramic fiber insulation modules are an optimized solution for high temperature insulation, combining the main benefits of ceramic fiber blankets and boards into pre-engineered panels:
• Higher temperature performance – Modules can be formulated to withstand temperatures up to 1400°C.
• Consistent coverage – Designed to fit the exact shape and size of your furnace to avoid gaps and maximize insulation.
• Easy installation – Modules are self-supporting and require no additional supports or anchors during installation.
• Minimum heat losses – Precisely manufactured panels eliminate voids and cold spots to provide efficient insulation.
• Longer service life – Manufacturing process results in dense insulating structure that is resilient to thermal shock and degradation.
• Variety of compositions – Modules are available in different formulations based on your temperature and durability needs.