Professional fire protection roofing materials with great price
n Excellent insulation properties, thermal conductivity at room temperature can reach 33% ~ 50% of the traditional materials, high temperature is only 10 ~ 20%
n Saving material and space; under the same conditions, this materials (thickness) can save more than 70%, greatly reducing transportation costs
n Class A fire, non-combustible, non-toxic, fire safety
n Overall hydrophobic, water-repellent rate of 99.8%, excellent moisture mildew
n Flexible construction, easy cutting, convenient for different occasions
n Steam pipes, tanks and containers insulation
n Low and ultra-low temperature equipment and piping applications
n Petrochemical, power equipment applications
n Various types of industrial furnaces, kilns and equipment insulation
Thermal conductivity at different temperature of Flexible Aerogel Insulation Blankets
Thermal conductivity (W/(mk))
Temperature range (℃)
-50 To 450
-50 To 650
Density (kg / m 3)
180 ± 15%
kg / m 3
W / (m · K)
1. Top factory and equipments with standard aotomatic process and lean manufacturing to make sure our product are extreme reliable and stable quality.
2. 1000CBM production capacity per year to be the largest and most famous factory in China.
3. Technical engineers assess the space and client demands to provide you with an accurate designed
aerogel is a lightweight silica solid derived from gel in which the liquid component of the gel has been replaced with gas. When the liquid is removed, what remains is “puffed-up sand”, with up to 99% porosity. The result is an extremely low density solid with several remarkable properties, most notably its effectiveness as a thermal insulator.
The silica solids, which are poor conductors, consist of very small, three-dimensional, intertwined clusters that comprise only 3% of the volume. Conduction through the solid is therefore very low. The remaining 97% of the volume is composed of air in extremely small nanopores. The air has little room to move, inhibiting both convection and gas-phase conduction.