1425 NATI Insulation Ceramic Fiber Blanket

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Grade:

HZ (High Zirconium)

Application:

Liners Of Industrial Furnace

Thickness:

25/50 mm

Width:

610/600 mm

Length:

7200/3600 mm

Chemical Composition:

35% Al2O3+46.7% SiO2+16% ZrO2

Working Temperature:

1300

Fiber Diameter:

2.6

Thermal Conductivity:

0.23

Density (kg/m³ ):

128

Model Number:

1425

Brand Name:


Place of Origin:


Color:

white



Packaging & Delivery

Packaging Detail:carton/woven bag
Delivery Detail:15 days after receipt of pre-payment

Specifications

NATI Ceramic Fiber Blanket is made from long special ceramic fiber, formed by special strong double surface needling

Introduction

NATI Ceramic Fiber Blanket is made from long special ceramic fiber, formed by special strong double surface needling, without any binder ,increasing inter-weaving and tensile strength, so that NATI ceramic fiber blanket own good stability under any working temperature.

 

Characteristics

*Good springiness for fiber

*Excellent strength and resistance to blowing

*Excellent chemical stability, resistance to erosion

*Low thermal conductivity

*Low thermal shrinkage

*Excellent sound absorption

 

Typical Applications

*Filling insulation and joint sealing

*Back-up lining for industrial furnaces

*Fireproof materials for construction

*High temperature materials for filtration *

Raw materials for further producing, such as modules

 

Physical & Chemical Data 

Description

1000 NATI

Ceramic Fiber

Blanket

1260 NATI

Ceramic Fiber

Blanket

1425 NATI

Ceramic Fiber

Blanket

1500 NATI

Ceramic Fiber

Blanket

1600 NATI

Ceramic Fiber

Blanket

Classification temperature( ℃)

1000

1260

1425

1500

1600

Melting point( ℃)

1760

1760

1800

1900

2000

Color

White

White

White

Green-blue

White

Average fiber diameter (um)

2.6

2.6

2.8

2.65

3.1

Fiber length (mm)

~250

~250

~250

~150

~400

Density for fiber (Kg/ m3)

2600

2600

2800

2650

3100

Shot content ( > 212um) (%)

12

12

12



Thermal conductivity rate Kcal/mh℃ (W/mK) ,ASTM C201

Average 400℃

0.08

0.08

0.08



Average 600℃

0.19

0.12

0.12



Average 800℃

0.19

0.16

0.16



Average 1000℃



0.23



Chemical composition :






Al2O3

43

45

35

40

72

SiO2

55

52

46.7

58.1

28

ZrO2



15-17



Cr2O3




1.8


 

 

Standard Dimension

Density: 96,128,160Kg/m3

Dimension:14400×610×13 mm           7200×610×25 mm           3600×610×50 mm

 

 


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