Aluminum Silicate Fiber Introduction and Application

Aluminum silicate fiber is a new lightweight refractory material, which has the advantages of light weight, high temperature resistance, good thermal stability, low thermal conductivity, small heat capacity, good mechanical vibration resistance, small thermal expansion, and good thermal insulation properties. , After special processing, can be made of aluminum silicate fiber board, aluminum silicate fiber felt, aluminum silicate fiber rope, aluminum silicate fiber blankets and other products. The new sealing material has the characteristics of low high temperature thermal conductivity, light weight, long service life, high tensile strength, good elasticity, non-toxicity, etc. It is a new type of material that replaces asbestos and is widely used in metallurgy, electric power, machinery, chemical thermal energy equipment On the insulation.
Technical indicators:
Density (Kg/m3) 80-125
Thermal conductivity average temperature 18
W(m・k) 0.034
Moisture content (%) ≤ 7.5
Burning vector (%) 18±2
Fineness of fiber (Цm) 2.3
The maximum use temperature (°C) 1260
Slag content (%) Φ> 0.25mm 8.6
Line shrinkage (°C) 1000
(h) 3
(%) 2.6
Technical characteristics:
Low thermal conductivity, low thermal capacity Thermal stability and thermal shock resistance

High pressure strength, good toughness, excellent resistance to wind erosion, excellent machining performance. Applications:
Process kiln wall lining Baffle of high-temperature ceramic kiln Kiln lining, kiln car, furnace door baffle Thermal insulation of high-temperature thermal equipment

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