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Ceramic FiberBlanket of 1260C High Pure  for Industrial Furnace

Ceramic FiberBlanket of 1260C High Pure for Industrial Furnace

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China main port
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100 roll
Supply Capability:
2000000 roll/month

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Ceramic FiberBlanket of 1260C High Pure  for Industrial Furnace

 

Ceramic fiber blanket has even texture and smooth surface. CNBM ceramic fiber blanket is made of high quality alumina-silicate ceramic fiber by using double side needling methods which improve the tensile strength and the flatness of the ceramic fiber blanket. Our ceramic fiber blanket contains no organic binders which guarantee the stability and constructability of the ceramic fiber blanket at both high temperature and low temperature. What’s more, we are main supplier of Morgan and unifrax. . 

 

 

Product Applications:

Ceramic Fiber Blanket are ideal for use in the below applications 

Petrochemical process heater refractory fiber lining

General furnace backup insulation

Heat seals for kiln car or furnace door

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

Electrical Insulator

High Temperature Acoustic 

Fire protection  

Incineration equipment and stack linings

 

Product Advantages:

CNBM has success in its ceramic fiber products due to their cost-effectiveness and excellent insulating properties. CNBM also has experience in ceramic fiber blankets application and would like to assist you in product selection, system design, and installation techniques.

 

Professional manufacturer of ceramic fiber products with more than 12 year experience.

We are one of the manufacturers who can produce ultra-thin blanket.

Our factory equipped with 23 production lines to ensure a timely delivery

 

Main Product Features:

Low thermal conductivity ,low heat capacity

Excellent heat stability and thermal shock resistance

Good performance of thermal insulation, fire-proof and sound-absorbing

Ultimate tensile strength

No delamination

 

Ceramic FiberBlanket of 1260C High Pure  for Industrial Furnace

FAQ:

Q1: Are you a manufacture or trader?

A1: Factory+trade (mainly for manufacturing, also do some business of related products).

Q2: What's the MOQ of trial order?

A2: No limit,We can offer the best suggestions and solutions according to your requirements.

Q3: Is your company accept customization?

A3: We have our own factories and excellent technical team, and we accept OEM service.

Q4:Can you offers samples? Of coures,samples are free but freight paid by the buyers.

A:Of coures,samples are free but freight paid by the buyers.

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 Ceramic FiberBlanket of 1260C High Pure  for Industrial Furnace

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 Ceramic FiberBlanket of 1260C High Pure  for Industrial Furnace

 

 


Q:Am currently working on a project using 100% mercurized cotton yarn and need to join a new ball of yarnFelting is not possible as this is not wool yarn, and I am unhappy with the quot;joining yarnquot; methods I've used before (knots are ugly and when I stitch old/new yarns at same time I get a bulky knit that stands out)So, I searched the internet and found another methodCan anyone tell me if they're familiar with the following method and if it's any good? Also, if anyone is familiar with it, what kind of yarn is it best suited for?With this method you join the yarn at begining of a row by using a needle with the new yarn attachedYou pierce the old yarn tail and first loop with the needle and thread the new yarn through the old yarn.What do the experts here think of this method? Any good? Would it work well with cotton?
Yes, the crane is disassembled, and parts are used to make a smaller fixed crane that is used to lower the parts to the groundThe remaining parts can be lowered by an even smaller crane or taken down via the elevator.
Q:The Care Home I stayed in after surgery dried my favorite fleece blanket in an industrial dryer, melting the fibersThey took it while I was in therapyI was quite upset and am wondering if there is a way to soften it a littleSince it was made using 2 pieces, I can say the damage is more on the side with patterned fleece, the solid side is pretty much okay.
Well, if the fleece is truly melted, nothing will fix itIf it is just matted, you can brush it out with a clean hair brush and it will look as good as new-
Q:I am adding Attic R30 but need to know whether good Low E windows or Blown in side for 4 walls insulation is betterThoughts?
If you can mobilize the electrons in a substance, it can conduct electricityIt need not be magnetic.
Q:Been at it for a day and a half now, and all this meat/fish and nothing else is uhcausing problems with digestion, if you catch my meaningI ate a prune, and am regretting it, because I know they have lots of carbs?What are some high fibre foods?
i'm on atkins induction as well for one week so far :) and lost 10 lb these are the veggies that still keep me loosing and keep me from constipation: -brocolli (but not too much, palm sized) -asparagus (at least 4) -lettuce -parsley and i binge drink on waterdrink constantly even though you're not thirstyit flushes the toxins as welltake a sip after every 3rd bites when eatingP.Si disagree with the flaxseeds, i was gonna get some of those while i was on a atkins grocery shopping (lol) and checked the nutrition sectionyes its high in fibre but high in carbs as welli would save the flaxseeds till phase 2 or 3good luck!
Q:Our pediatrician told us when switching them to milk to be careful, there iron may get lowso I'm needing fingers foods she can eat that will raise her iron levelalso, she seems to be constipated some timesWhat are some finger foods high in fiber to help with that also? Thank you!
Prune, apple, and grape juices are good to keep their bowels moving.
Q:I can't eat dairy, except for greek yogurtAnd I can't do gluten at allI have to plan ahead a LOT and do a ton of quot;paper workquot; in order to consume the proper amount of fiber each dayWhat recipes do you have/know of that can help me out?
You know P360, but you also know that P2l+2w, where l is length and w is widthClearly, AlwSo, the trick is to get A into terms of one variable3602(l+w) - 180l+w - l180-w, substituting A(180-w)w180w-w^2 Now we just take the derivative of A with respect to w (dA/dw): dA/dwA'180-2w Now set A'0: 180-2w0 - 2w180 - w90 Substitute this back into the perimeter eqn: P3602l+2w2l+180 -2l180 - l90 Alw90908100 sq.ftNotice that the dimensions that maximize area are P/4This means that the room is squareIt turns out that for this kind of problem, the room will always be square, so the next time you need to solve something like this just divide perimeter by 4.
Q:Location: Austin, TXI'm purchasing a new houseThe builder is putting fiberglass batt insulation in exterior walls and blow-in firberglass insulation (R-38, 12inches) in attic.Attic: 1Is R-38, 12quot; enough for firberglass fill? or should I go with celluloseCellulose seems to have issues with moisture and settling down overtime2If I put cellulose, I think I cannot use that space at all, right? Is it okay to put a board to increase usable space?Exterior Walls:3Anyone used cellulose for it? Is it worth the cost and maintenance?4Is it worth the risk do it in both? 5How to check if there any leaks or moisture buildup if I use cellular? 6What are the maintenance costs?Thanks in advance for your advice!
I am sure the contractor is using fiberglass in the attic because he has access to the joists and can easily roll out the insulationYou can put down plywood or particle board on top of the fiberglass to make usable attic space with no problemCellulose is being used in the walls because unless you want to tear out walls and put in the rolled insulation, it is the easiest method to spray it inThe cellulose will settle after time, but we are talking about quite a few yearsAnd any insulation is better than noneWhen we first moved into this house, there was NO insulation and we could sit inside the house and the wind outside would blow our hair I have never had to Maintain insulation, it is just thereUnless it gets wet somehow and needs to be replaced, I can't think of anything you would need to do to it.
Q:Whats the best material or the best way to insulate a garage for playing drums? I heard getting carpet or putting alot of blankets up.but is there anything else that would really keep the sound from getting out?.And i dont have much money so.cheap ideas plz lolthx for any help
take a baking pan and line the bottom with aluminum foilBoil water and pour this into the baking pandisolve some baking soda and then add your silverMake sure it is completely submerged in the water.
Q:What’s the price of refractory ceramic fiber blanket?
The price ranges from dozens to hundreds of yuan.
Q:Is there any way to fix the damage I caused to my favorite sweater? It was ready to go to the dry cleaner and I tossed it in the machine on extra-care wash with my other delicatesThe fabric is a viscose/rayon blendIt has definitely shrunk and the seams seem to be puckering at the shouldersIs it gone forever?????
You could try putting the feathers on with velcro, or a chip, to a boot of some sortI have a pair of boots I use for my horse's back feet, they're black and are made of a fabric all over that will allow anything to be velcro-ed to it.

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