Refractory mastic KAOWOOL

Price: on request

Heat-resistant mastic is a mouldable form of KaowoolTM Ceramic Fibre which can be trowelled, hand moulded, or injected from a hand-held pressure gun. Drying converts refractory mastic Kaowool into a strong, hard - yet light weight - insulating material which has great thermal stability up to 1000 0С and can be used in some applications up to 1260 0С. Resistance to cracking and spalling is excellent, and the dried material has strong adhesive properties. Although air drying is possible, it is recommended that assisted drying be carried out below 100 0С. Care must be taken to ensure that the moisture can readily escape. High-temperature mastic remains stable when stored in its resealable container, and a shelf life of at least six months may be expected; however, precautions should be taken against freezing.

Type:

ceramic fibre mouldable.

Maximum continuous use temperature:
1000 0С

Applications:

As a general stand-by repair medium for patching, sealing and caulking in furnaces, boilers etc. Also for the lining and repair of launders, ladles, casting heads and distributors for non-ferrous metals and the filling of cuplocks used on anchors in high temperature furnace linings.

Availability:

Mastic is supplied in 5kg and 20kg plastic containers.

 

Properties Measured at Ambient Conditions
(23 0С/50% RH)

 

KAOWOOL MASTIC

Colour

 

 white

Density
as supplied
dried

kg/m3 

1350
670

Linear drying shrinkage

%

1

Further shrinkage after 24 hours at 1000 0С

%

2

Modulus of rupture BS 19020
dried
after 24 hours at 1000 0С

MN/m2 

1,6
1,98

 

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