Ceramic Fiber Blanket 50mm 128kg/m3 High Quality From China

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Ceramic fiber blanket is made from high quality Gao-ling clay,high purity alumina and silica oxides by spun or blown process.
It is asbestos free. No chemical binder is added. Double-side needling provides blanket with great tensile or handing strength
for easy installation.


Low thermal conductivity

High tensile strength
Resilient to thermal shock

Corrosion resistance

Petrochemical process heater refractory fiber lining

General furnace backup insulation
Heat treating furnace or intermittent (shuttle) kiln hot face lining

Electrical insulator
Heat seals for kiln car or furnace door

High temperature acoustic

Fire protection


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Ceramic Fiber Blanket 50mm 128kg/m3 High Quality From China



Ceramic fiber blanket is packed with woven bags or cartons with inner plastic bags. The normal size for carton is 460*460*620mm and 1 package for 1 roll blanket. The loading quantities for 1 container are as following:

20 container     260 woven bags or 225 cartons

40HQ               620 woven bags or 525 cartons


Ceramic Fiber Blanket 50mm 128kg/m3 High Quality From China



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