Our polycrystalline mat 1600 ° C is a light, flexible mat, needled with polypropylene threads, made from high-purity polycrystalline wool. The polypropylene threads allow a higher strength and flexibility of the mat. The temperature resistance is up to 1600 ° C. Our polycrystalline mat 1600 ° C can be used in a variety of applications. It is particularly suitable for applications where shot (melt beads) are not desired or where resistance to corrosion is important.
- High temperature resistance (up to 1600 ° C)
- Low thermal conductivity
- no visible shot
- Thermal shock resistance & durability
- High tensile strength and resilience
- insoluble in water
- suitable for facings and anchor modules
Polycrystalline wool (PCW Poly Crystalline Wool) consist of fibers with a very high alumina content (Al2O3 > 70% by weight %). They are produced from aqueous spinning solutions using the “sol-gel process”. During the subsequent heat treatment, the previously produced, water-soluble green fibers crystallize. Polycrystalline wools are generally used at operating temperatures> 1300 ° C or, in the case of critical chemical and physical application conditions, also at lower temperatures. The first production of polycrystalline wool can be traced back to the 1970s.
Fiber mats are sold as roll goods as standard. The roll length depends on the selected thickness. As a standard width, we have 610mm wide rolls from stock. Double widths are available on request.
We manufacture molded parts according to your specifications. The roll goods are made using
- Water jet
brought into the right shape for you.
We manufacture fiberModules which are designed for the insulation requirements of industrial furnaces, kilns and heaters.
|Al2O3:||95,0 – 97,0|
|SiO2:||3,0 – 5,0|
|Classification temperature (° C):||1600|
|Specific heat at 1000 ° C (J / KgK)||1000|
|Density (kg / m3)||96|
|Mean fiber diameter (μm)||3 – 4|
|Permanent linear shrinkage (%) after 24 hours|
|1500 ° C:||<4|