Ceramic Bulk Fiber. Ceramic bulk fiber products are a family of high-temperature fibers designed to be used in a variety of industrial and commercial applications. Made from alumina-silica materials, they are chemically inert. Available Size: Lubricated; HP Grade; 25 lb./ Box; 2300F
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Simond Store - Ceramic Fiber Board - 2300°F | Simond Store. Ceramic Fiber Board is made from refractory fibers and binders which have low organic content, the mixture is vacuum processed into boards that imparts good mechanical strength even after heating. Boards are manufactured in various densities and temperature grades to suit application requirements.
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Aluminosilicate Refractory Ceramic Fiber Board measures 0.47" X 19.7" X 39.4" in size. Maximum Use Temperature: 2300 F(1260 C) | Density: 20-24 lb/ft³ Compressive Strength at 25% deformation - 78 PSI, Permanent Linier Shrinkage - 3.5% Max at 2200 F when exposed to 24 hours soaking heat, Loss of Ignition(LOI) at 1832 F : 4-7