Ceramic and Glass Fibre
PAR Group supply ceramic and glass fibre insulation materials converted into a number of different forms. Ceramic fibre woven fabrics are manufactured from high performance ceramic fibres which are spun and combined with the relevant reinforcing media to improve the tensile strength at higher temperatures. Glass fibre is manufactured from air textured filament glass yarns and provides a high volume of entrapped air giving good thermal insulation. Ceramic fibre offers a higher temperature rating, lower thermal conductivity and a greater resistance to steam over glass fibre. Ceramic fibre products are not suitable for contact with phosphoric or hydrofluoric acid and strong alkalis.
Key Features: Resistant to oils, solvents and thermal shock. Excellent thermal insulation and corrosion resistance. Non-combustible, lightweight and not affected by bacterial growth. Good chemical stability.
||Up to +1260°C
||Up to +550°C
We offer ceramic and glass fibre materials converted into the following forms. Please follow the links for more information.
Note: With ceramic insulation products the organic content will burn off at temperatures above 200°C without affecting the properties of the ceramic fibre. However, adequate ventilation should be provided during this initial heating.
Technical Data Sheet - Ceramic Fibre
Technical Data Sheet - Glass Fibre
Material Safety Data Sheet - Ceramic Fibre
Material Safety Data Sheet - Glass Fibre