High temperature fabrics

Fabrics

Final Advanced Materials offers high temperature fabrics resistant to up to 2500°C. These fabrics are mainly used for the manufacture of thermal protections and protective clothing, for the insulation of piping or as a barrier or fire blanket. Of varying widths and thicknesses, some fabric references can be coated to improve their thermal and mechanical properties.

Applications of high temperature Fabrics

  • Thermal insulation
  • Security curtains
  • Clothing and protective equipment (fire and cutting) vExpansion joints and seals

High temperature Fabrics comparative

Properties

Units

Aramid Fibre

Zetex®

Basalt Fibre

Zetex®Plus

Silica Fibre

Biosoluble Fibres

Ceramic Fibre

Zirconia Fibre

Weight

g/m²

265 to 600

288 to 949

115 to 940

305 to 1119

500 to 1250

1250 & 1500

110 to 980

290 & 770

Width

mm

1000 & 1600

1020 & 1524

1270

1020 & 1524

910 & 1000

1000

910 to 1270

610

Length

m

50

45

100

45

25 & 50

30

45

45

Continuous use Temperature

°C

350 & 400

540

815

815

1000 & 1050

650 & 1050

1100

2200

Peak Temperature

°C

500 & 600

700

980

1095

1100 & 1200

1200

1700

2500

Our wide range of high temperature Fabrics

Aramid Fabrics

Plain weaved 100% para-aramid fabrics can withstand a peak temperature of 500°C and a continuous temperature of 350°C.

Zetex® Fabrics

Zetex® fabrics are available in many different coatings ; silicone, PTFE, ceramic cement or many versions ; reinforced with steel, aluminized, self-adhesive...

Basalt Fabrics

Made from continuous basalt fibres, the basalt fabrics are used for protective purposes such as fire barriers.

Zetex®Plus Fabrics

Made from vermiculite coated glass fibre, Zetex®Plus fabrics have exceptional thermal and insulating properties.

Silica Fabrics

S98 silica fibre fabrics are designed for the manufacture of garments and to protect against sparks and metal spray and splashes.

Biosolubles Fibres Fabrics

Biosoluble fibre fabrics are available in 2 mm and 3 mm thicknesses. During production, they are heat-treated to limit flying fibres and dust.

Monofilament Ceramic Fibre Fabrics

Monofilament ceramic fabrics are resistant to continuous temperatures of 1100°C and 1370°C, respectively. They are mainly used in the industry as a heat shield or fire barrier.

Zirconia Fabrics

Zirconia fabrics are flexible textiles composed of yttria stabilized zirconia fibres that offer extreme temperature and chemical resistance in a flexible form.

Aramid Fibre Fabrics 500°C

Plain weaved 100% para-aramid fabrics can withstand a peak temperature of 500°C and a continuous temperature of 350°C.
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Basalt fibre fabrics 980°C

Made from continuous basalt fibres, the basalt fabrics are used for protective purposes such as fire barriers.
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Biosoluble Fibres Fabrics 1200°C

Biosoluble fibre fabrics are available in 2 mm and 3 mm thicknesses. During production, they are heat-treated to limit flying fibres and dust.
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Monofilament Ceramic Fabrics 1700°C

Monofilament ceramic fabrics are resistant to continuous temperatures of 1100°C and 1370°C. They are mainly used as a heat shield or fire barrier.
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Silica fibre fabrics 1200°C

S98 silica fibre high temperature fabrics are designed for the manufacture of garments and to protect against sparks and metal spray and splashes.
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Zetex® Fibre Fabrics 700°C

Zetex® fabrics are available in many different coatings ; silicone, PTFE, ceramic cement or many versions ; reinforced with steel, aluminized, self-adhesive...
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Zetex®Plus Fabrics 1095°C

Made from vermiculite coated glass fibre, Zetex®Plus fabrics have exceptional thermal and insulating properties.
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Zirconia Fibre Fabrics 2500°C

Zirconia fabrics are flexible textiles composed of yttria stabilized zirconia fibres that offer extreme temperature and chemical resistance in a flexible form.
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