Home High Temp Insulation Ceramic Fibre Insulation CERAMIC FIBRE PAPER 1260°C/per Metre

VITCAS Ceramic Fibre Paper is supplied in 1mm, 2mm, 3mm and 5mm thickness and 610mm wide. Resistant to 1260°C / 2300°F.

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Ceramic Fibre Paper is a lightweight refractory material processed from a blend of alumina-silica fibres into a flexible, uniform sheet. 610mm wide. Resistant up to 1260°C / 2300°F

Key Features:

  • Easy to cut, wrap or form
  • Temperature stability
  • Low thermal conductivity
  • Low heat storage
  • Resilient
  • Light weight
  • Good dielectric strength
  • Good flame resistance

Application Examples:

  • Asbestos paper replacement
  • Investment casting mould wrap insulation
  • One-use consumable insulator
  • Back-up lining for metal troughs
  • Thermal and electrical insulation

Often used on the shelves of a glass kiln to prevent the work sticking and as a gasket around the inspection door of a flue pipe.

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Product Group Textiles
Color White
Indoor Yes
Temperature 1260°C /2300°F
Manufacturer Vitcas
Insulation Yes
Material Ceramic Fibre
HS Tariff Code 6806100000
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  1. What is Insulation and How It Works What is Insulation and How It Works Insulation is an important aspect of any high heat appliance, whether it is in your home or in industrial settings. When an appliance is properly insulated, it has many additional benefits conferred on it, i.e. it reduces heat loss which thus saves on energy consumption and as a result, is more environmentally friendly and more economically efficient. In the long term, this increases the life span of such appliances as they require less frequent
Customer Questions
If ordering more than a metre does this product come on a roll or in just 1m sections?

It will come in a roll.

Is the ceramic fibre used in, Ceramic Fibre / Fiber Paper 3mm thick 1240 grade, "body soluble" ?

No, it is not body soluble.

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