Why You Should Use Ceramic Fiber Insulation - Ceramic Fiber

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22 March 2016
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2CeramSource’s Ceramic Fiber Insulation products are great to use for standard insulating applications. It is used in industries such as the steel industry because of its ability to withstand high temperatures. The silica cloth material is a blend of organic and inorganic binders that are resilient and easily cut for all your high temp insulation needs. Ceramic Fiber Insulation comes in many different forms such as:

  • Ceramic Fiber Blankets
  • Ceramic Fiber Board
  • Ceramic Fiber Paper
  • Ceramic Fiber Textiles
  • Ceramic Fiber Rope

For a complete list of our Ceramic Fiber products, visit our website at CeramicFiber.com.


Advantages to Ceramic Fiber Insulation

  • Low thermal conductivity
  • Low heat storage
  • Durable in high temperatures
  • Great resistance to thermal shock, chemical attack, water and oil damage
  • Lightweight materials are easily molded , handled, cut, drilled, sawed, etc!

Uses for Ceramic Fiber Board

  • Boiler and water heaters
  • Kilns
  • Industrial Furnaces
  • Gaskets and Seals
  • Refractory Lining
  • Hot Face Lining
  • High Temp Baffles and Muffles
  • Flue and Duct Linings

Uses for Ceramic Fiber Paper

  • Industrial Furnaces
  • Steel Ladies
  • Casting Barrels
  • Heat Shielding
  • Wood Burning Stoves
  • Burner Gaskets
  • Electric and Thermal Insulation for Heaters
  • Lining for Aluminum Casting Molds

Uses for Ceramic Fiber Blankets

  • Infrared Panels and Ovens
  • Furnace, Kilns, Stove, and Boiler Linings
  • Pipe Insulation
  • High Temperature Gasketing
  • Expansion Joint Seals
  • High Temperature Filtration



For assistance on the best high temp insulation products to use, give our experts a call at (732)257-5002.

7 responses on “Why You Should Use Ceramic Fiber Insulation

  1. Rosa says:

    Refractory Ceramic Fiber is a kind of fiber light-weight refractory materials with properties of light weight, high heat resistance, good heat stability, low thermal conductivity, low specific heat, mechanical shock resistance and etc., which is widely used in industries of petrochemical, steel and non-ferrous metals, chemical processing, ceramics, and automotive.

  2. Joe S. says:

    Looking into insulation system/products to super insulate a cargo van conversion into a camper van. Was thinking of using a layer of Ceramic Fiber Paper as the inner most layer and beneath the interior decorative panels. Question is, would this extreme high heat insulation work as a good insulator for a cargo van?

    • admin says:

      Joe, our ceramic fiber blanket would work, ceramic fiber paper is just for gasket applications, and frankly overkill for what you’re trying to do. Just make sure you encapsulate the fiber because you don’t want to be in contact with it.

      • Vickie Walters says:

        How about a shed to home conversion would This type of Insulation be good for it? It is s wooden building with shingle roof and I need the most efficient and inexpensive way to do it because I’m on a fixed income.

        • admin says:

          Hi Vickie, Our products are rated for industrial applications rated above 2300F, it will be efficient but not inexpensive.

  3. Scott says:

    Would the blanket form of this insulation work to insulate my furnace ducts?

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