Cryogenic Insulation Paper with Good Quality

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1. Description of Cryogenic Insulation Paper:

The fire retardation glass fiber Cryogenic & Insulation paper is made of  superfine glass fiber with special processing. This is usually used with aluminium foil and used for transport containers which store liquid helium, liquid hydrogen, liquid nitrogen,LNG etc. 


The superfine glass fiber Cryogenic & Insulation paper's diameter between 0.1-0.6μm and fiber glass filament (diameter between 3-5 μm).  According to a certain proportion, the paper is produced under the wet & vacuum forming process to make the paper have the space lattice structure. All the glass fiber is inorganic material, so it has outstanding flame retardant properties. Specifically engineered for use at big temperature range (approaching -273℃—500℃) and also the paper is really stable in the low temperature condition.

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The main way of heat conduction is by radiation heat exchange in the low and vacuum condition. In order to reduce the radiation heat exchange to meet the good heat insulation effect, by using aluminum foil for reflecting screen and superfine glass fiber insulation paper for spacer, then the multilayer combination of aluminum foil reflective screen and cryogenic & insulation material can build up the efficient thermal barrier against heat transfer in insulated vacuum storage containers. This material can be freely winding, and help the user to reduce the waste of manpower and material waste.

Cryogenic Insulation Paper with Good Quality

3. Application of Cryogenic Insulation Paper:

Cryogenic insulation paper(P paper/Z paper)/aluminum foil(or aluminized polyester film) compositions are laminated of Cryogenic insulation paper and aluminum foil(or aluminized polyester film).These products can be wrapped to the cryogenic inner tank directly and no need to composite by user.Therefore,it can effectively reduce the waste of material and hugely increases efficiency. The width varies from 40mm to 1800mm.

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