Refractory board CERABOARD

Price: on request

Ceraboard is a refractory fibre board supplied in panel sof standard thicknesses made from a slurry of refractory fibres and binders which have a low organic content. The combination of different refractory fibres, inorganic and organic binders in different proportions allows types of boards to be made suitable for different use temperatures. In some types of heating equipment the emission of fumes, which can occur when binders burn out of the board, can be easily eliminated.

Type:
Rigid panel based on refractory fibres.

Classification temperature & grades available:
Ceraboard 100 - 1260 0C
Ceraboard 115 - 1400 0C
The maximum continuous use temperature depends on the application. In case of doubt, refer to your local Morgan Thermal Ceramics distributor for advice.

Available types:
• Ceraboard 100 - This product is recommended for all applications up to 1260 0C and where direct flame or hot gas exposure is possible.
• Ceraboard 115 - This product has a good uniformity of thickness, and possesses good flexural and compressive strengths  before and after heating. It could be used for applications up to 1400  0C. It is ideal as hot face lining, resisting direct flame and hot gas abrasion.

Features:
• High temperature stability
• Low thermal conductivity
• Low heat storage
• Rigidity and high cohesive strength allow machining and cutting
• Resistant to thermal shock
• Good erosion resistance
• Can be used in direct contact with flame
• Easy application

Applications:

These versatile boards can be used where a rigid, self supporting and insulating product is required which also has good resistance to physical damage.
• Ceramic industry (kiln linings & kiln car insulation)
• Glass industry
• Ducts insulation
• General thermal barriers
• High temperature insulation

Thickness tolerances:
• Less than 10mm: +/- 0.5mm (except for Ceraboard 100: +/- 1mm)
• From 10mm to 20mm: +/- 1mm
• From 25mm to 50mm: +/- 2mm
• More than 50mm: +/- 4mm

Main properties

Classification temperature

 

100

115

 

0С

1260

1400

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

 
 
 

Colour

 

white/tan

white/tan

Density

kg/m3

310**

310

Modulus of rupture

MPa

1.0**

0.9

Compressive stress at 10% relative deformation

MPa

0.35

0.3

High Temperature Performance*

 
 
 

Loss of ignition after 2 hours heating at 800 0C

%

5.5

3.5

Permanent linear shrinkage (ASTM C-356) after 24 hours
isothermal heating at classification temperature:

%

3.0

3.7

Thermal conductivity (ATM-201) at mean temperature of

 
 
 

300 0C

W/m.K

0.07

0.07

400 0C

W/m.K

0.08

0.08

600 0C

W/m.K

0.11

0.11

800 0C

W/m.K

0.15

0.15

1000 0C

W/m.K

0.20

0.20

* Values for thickness 50mm. ** Values 330 and 1.5 for thicknesses below 20mm. 

Availability and Packaging

Standard dimensions, mm

Ceraboard 100

Ceraboard 115

 

Board per

Board per

 

carton

pallet

carton

pallet

1200 х 1000 х 6

20

160

 
 

1200 x 1000 x 7.5

16

120

 
 

1200 x 1000 x 10

12

90

 
 

1200 x 1000 x 13

10

72

 
 

1200 x 1000 x 15

8

60

 
 

1200 x 1000 x 20

6

48

 
 

1200 x 1000 x 25

5

36

5

36

1200 x 1000 x 40

3

24

3

24

1200 x 1000 x 50

2

18

2

18

 Ceraboard is packed in cartons or on pallets which are shrink wrapped with recyclable plastic

 

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