Alumina Fibre Fabrics 1300°C

Alumina Fibre Fabrics, up to 1,300 °C

Alumina, also described as aluminum oxide, is a white powder which shows high stability in response to chemical corrosion. The melting point of this refractory oxide is 2,024 °C, making it a raw material of choice for high-temperature applications.

Final Advanced Materials can supply ceramic fabrics comprised of over 72 % alumina fibre. This material endows products with beneficial thermal and chemical properties:

  • Resistance to continuous temperatures of up to 1,200 °C
  • Resistance to corrosion
  • High chemical stability

Moreover, these fabrics contain no toxic substances, asbestos or boron. They are non-irritating, and feature no outgassing, in the interests of improved safety.

Applications of Alumina Fabrics

  • Protection against metal splashes and sparks
  • Thermal protection
  • Thermal insulation of valves, flanges, turbines and boilers
  • Thermal insulation of pipes
  • Expansion joints

Technical Data of Alumina Fabrics

Property

Unit

Alumina fabric

Area Density

g/m²

128 - 940

Width

mm

1,000

Thickness

mm

0.12 - 0.8

Roll Length

m

30

Max. Operating Temperature

°C

1,200

Peak Temperature

°C

1,300

Physical variables included in this documentation are provided by way of indication only and do not, under any circumstances, constitute a contractual undertaking. Please contact our technical service if you require any additional information.

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