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Ceramic fiber bulk is made by the melted raw materials at high temperature through resistance furnace, before being blown or spun into fiber. As a neutral and acidic material, except reaction with the strong acid-alkali, ceramic fiber won’t be eroded by other weak alkali, weak acids, or water, oil, steam, or be infiltrated with lead, aluminum or copper, featuring excellent flexibility and elasticity.
Ceramic fiber is of smaller density, more than 75% lighter than insulation brick lining or 90% -95% lighter than lightweight castable lining, with thermal conductivity co-efficient to be 1/8 of the lightweight clay brick or 1/10 of lightweight heat-resistant lining (castable), and heat capacity to be 1/10 of both lightweight insulation lining and lightweight castable lining, thus to greatly lower energy loss and deliver significant energy-saving regenerative effects. Meanwhile, the ceramic fiber features a simple construction with no need of baking oven, shortened construct
|Ceramic Fiber Blown Bulk||Ceramic Fiber Spun Bulk||Other Ceramic Fiber|
ard Ceramic Fiber Bulk
|1400 High-purity Ceramic Fiber Bulk||1050 Ordinary Ceramic Fiber Bulk|
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|1260 High-purity Ceramic Fiber Bulk||1450 Zirconia Ceramic Fiber Bulk||Ceramic Fiber Textile||Ceramic Fiber Friction Material||Grain Ceramic Fiber|
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What is the Typical Applications of Ceramic Fiber Bulk?
Ceramic fiber bulk for textile manufacture
Expansion joint packing
Wet process feedstock
Kiln car infill
Moldables / Mastics feedstock
A1: With strict quality control system throughout the materials selection and production process, our refractory and ceramic fiber products quality is effectively controlled to meet customer requirements.
From the raw materials selecting, our quality control begin. The quality certificates of raw materials are required and each batch will be tested before using. During production, the quality control is conducted by workers and then each piece will be sorted and examined by quality supervisors.
Q2: What`s the lead time for my order?
A2: It depends on customers’ requirements and our production schedule. And usually we need 30-60 days for refractory bricks, 10-25 days for unshaped refractory materials and 10-20 days for ceramic fiber blankets.
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