Ceramic fibre papers are manufactured from high-purity alumina-silicate fibres and selected bonding agents to create an extremely flexible, lightweight material. This uniform refractory paper offers outstanding resistance to thermal shock, flame and provides exceptional tensile and dielectric strength. When ignited, the agents used to bind the fibres completely burn out, leaving the alumina-silicate fibres to act as a thermal barrier at temperatures up to +1260°C.
Ceramic fibre paper is commonly used in applications where flexibility is required. It can be used as a secondary insulating barrier or to wrap pipework in high-temperature environments. The material can also be converted into gaskets and it is easily cut using a sharp knife or die-cutting tools.
Our standard range of ceramic fibre papers are unbranded and can be purchased in full rolls online at PAR Direct by clicking on the link above.
Gaskets, seals or linings for high-temperature appliances such as ovens, kilns, furnaces and boilers. Ceramic fibre paper can also be used as a replacement for asbestos paper, backup insulation in launder systems, automotive heat shields, expansion joints, fire and spark protection, wrapping high-temperature pipe casting or as a one-use consumable insulator.
- Temperature: Up to +1260°C.
- High-temperature stability.
- Good flexibility and is lightweight.
- Resistant to thermal shock.
- Low thermal conductivity and heat storage.
- Easy to cut and install.
- Asbestos free.
We supply unbranded ceramic fibre paper as standard. Branded alternatives are available upon request.