Ceramic fiber blanket is the best option for ceramic fiber insulation. More specifically, if you require insulation for low heat storage and complete resistance to thermal shock, then you will want to use a ceramic fiber blanket. At CeramSource Inc., we are the leading ceramic fiber insulation suppliers and we carry a wide selection of high-temperature ceramic insulation for your needs. TaoFibre blanket provide high temp insulation for temperatures of 2300 °F to 2600 °F. They also come in three standard grades of ceramic fiber blanket; HP Grade or Zirconia Grade. Our blanket also offers a choice in density with options that range from 6 to 8 pounds and also various widths and lengths. Our blankets are produced from high strength spun ceramic fibers and as a result, provide for you the best handling strength.
A ceramic fiber blanket is ideal to use when working with furnaces, boilers, nuclear insulation, and high-temperature pipe insulations. Our products are thermally efficient and lightweight making them an ideal choice in your insulation needs. For any assistance on ordering our fiber blanket and other high-temperature ceramic insulation, give the highly-rated ceramic fiber insulation suppliers at CeramSource a call at (800)608-5828.
Commercial grade: service temperature 1800°F
High-Purity grade: service temperature 2300 °F
Zirconia grade: service temperature 2600 °F
Standard Densities: 6, 8 Ibs./cu. ft. (96, 128 kg/m3)
Thicknesses: 1/2″, 1″, 1-1/2″,2″
Widths: 24″ and 48″
Packaging: Cartons or bags
Note: Other densities available per special request.
TaoFibre® Ceramic Fiber Blanket – Typical Applications
Spun Ceramic Fiber Blanket Physical Properties
Data are average results of test conducted under standard procedures and are subject to variation. Results should not be used for specification purposes.
Note: A material safety data sheet is available upon request.
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