Refractory vacuum-formed products KAOWOOL VF SHAPES

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Kaowool VF Shapes are insulating products made from a mixture of refractory ceramic fibre by vacuum forming. This process allows the production of a variety of configurations, tailored to the particular application and ranging from simple sections (such as sleeves, cones) to complex shapes. Compositions are available for service temperatures from 1260 0C to 1600 0C. Shapes can also be produced in a strong composition which gives higher strength and density. Thermal properties are similar to the normal grades but with improved resistance to erosion. Kaowool 1260 LB is a flexible shape which shows good dimensional resilience after compression & makeutilization of these shapes very easy where rigid shapes are unsuitable. All shapes have low shrinkage at temperatures within their service rating and retain the properties of high insulation light weight and resistance to thermal shock which are characteristic of Kaowool Ceramic Fibre.  The unfired material can be easily cut or machined.

Type:
vacuum formed shapes.

Classification temperature:

from 1260 0C to 1600 0C

The maximum continuous use temperature depends on the application. In case of doubt, refer to your local Morgan Thermal Ceramics distributor for advice.

Applications:
these versatile products can be used where rigid shapes, self supporting are required for high temperature insulation (according to the mix). Kaowool 1260LB is particularly recommended for sealing applications.

Special treatment:
Kaowool Hardener or Cement may be applied, if required, to Shapes in order to provide a protective surface coating up to a temperature of 1260 0C. Kaowool 1260 Shapes can also be supplied in throughhardened material to individual customer requirements.

 

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