Ceramic Fiber Sleeving Woven with Inconel Insert
- Temperature Rating 2300 °F
- 1/8″ thick X 2.5″ ID X 100′ long, (1 roll/box)
Ceramic fiber cloth, ceramic fiber tape, and ceramic fiber sleeving are very and flexible fabrics. Insert materials of either inconel wire or fiberglass filament are incorporated into the yarn to increase tensile strength of the fabrics both before and after exposure to heat. Typical applications for cloth, tape, and sleeving include gaskets, seals, furnace and welding curtains or pipe wrapping.
TaoFibre® textile family includes ceramic fiber ropes, braids, cloth, tapes, and sleeving. TaoFibre® ceramic fiber textiles are made from alumina-silica ceramic fiber, free of asbestos. These ceramic fiber textile materials can be used in different industrial applications under temperatures up to 2300 °F (1260 °C) and have excellent chemical stability and strong resistance to thermal shock and corrosion attack. Exceptions are hydrofluoric and phosphoric acids and concentrated alkalies. TaoFibre® ceramic fiber textiles also resist oxidation and reduction. If wet by water or steam, thermal properties are completely restored upon drying. No water of hydration is present.
TaoFibre® textiles contain 15% organic carriers, which helps to establish physical formation of products. The carriers burn out at about 750 °F (400 °C). TaoFibre® ceramic fiber textiles also contain reinforcement insert materials of either inconel wire or continuous fiberglass filament to increase handling strength during installation and enhance fiber durability to rated temperatures of 2000 °F (1093 °C) for inconel wire and 1200 °F (649 °C) for fiberglass filament.
Ceramic Fiber Sleeving Product Properties:
- Gasket and wrapping material
- Pipe hanger insulation
- Welding curtains and blankets
- Fuel line insulation
- Furnaces heat zone separators
- Exhaust hood curtains
- Cable and wire insulation
- Induction heating furnace coil insulation
- infrared radiating diffusers
- High pressure steam portable flange covers
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