Heat Resistant Material

Item No.: JSA-HM10


HEAT RESISTANT MATERIALS FOR FIREPLACES & STOVES
Feature
Heat resistant products for fireplaces and stoves are many
and varied, made to suit specific conditions. The products
needed vary based on whether the application is an open
fire, free standing stove, or cassette fireplace.
Ceramic fiber is a lightweight insulating product. It has low
thermal mass, which means that it does not retain heat, low
thermal conductivity and is an extremely effective insulation
material. Its high thermal shock resistance makes it suitable
for applications where traditional refractories cannot be
used. Ceramic fiber is available in many forms and densities
including:


ROPES, TAPES & TEXTILES ISULATION
Thermal Ropes and Textiles
Ceramic Fiber and Glass Fiber Ropes, Tapes and Textiles.


Maximum Temperatures in Service:
Ceramic Fiber 1260°C /2300°F
Inconel Wire 1100°C /2000°F
Glass Fiber 550°C /1020°F


Material Available.
Yarn
This is the starting point for all of the other materials. It is
made from Ceramic Fiber or Glass Fiber and optionally can
be reinforced with inconel wire.
Cloth
This material is woven from Ceramic Fiber Yarn reinforced
either with inconel wire or glass fiber.
Knitted Ropes
These are made from twisted or pre-twisted strands of
ceramic fiber (reinforced either with inconel wire or glass
fiber) or from glass fiber. The hard ropes are composed of
three pre-twisted strands, which are themselves knitted to
form the rope. The soft ropes are knitted directly from the
yarn, which gives a more easily compressible seal.
Lagging
Rope Lagging consists of a central core of ceramic fiber or
glass fiber held together by an outer braid of glass fiber.
Tape and Ladder Tape
Tapes and Ladder Tapes are woven from ceramic fiber
(reinforced either with inconel wire or glass fiber) or from
glass fiber.


Other material like glass fiber, asbestos, carbonized
materials are also upon request.

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