High temperature cloth

A range of industrial, heat resistant and insulating woven textile fabrics in ceramic fibre (1260oC), silica fibre (1000oC) and glass fibre (600oC) with various coating options including vermiculite, graphite, acrylic and aluminium foil.

Glass Fibre Fabric Acrylic Coating

Glass fibre cloth is coated with acrylic material which makes it a more rigid cloth for abrasion resistance. Maximum service temperature of up to 600oC.

Vermiculite Coated Fibreglass Cloth

Glass fibre cloth is coated with vermiculite which increases the temperature resistance up to 1000oC due to its high insulating properties.

Graphite Coated Glass Fibre Cloth

Glass fibre cloth coated with graphite is resistant to 1000oC. Suitable for applications such as sewing heat protection quilts. Has good abrasion resistance.

Silica Fibre Cloth

The silica fabric yarn of the cloth is highly flexible. It has a high heat resistance up to 1000°C continuous working temperature and 1200oC short-term working temperature. It is also useful in filtering molten metals.

Ceramic Fibre Cloth

Ceramic fibre cloth is made from a bio-soluble fabric and is reinforced with stainless steel wire. It is heat resistant, able to withstand high temperatures reaching up to 1100oC / 2000oF. 

Glass Fibre Mesh Fabric

Glass fibre mesh cloth coated with acrylic provides excellent water and alkali resistance, flexibility and resistance to ageing. Available as a roll of material or as a tape, to be used with HB60 or Heat Resistant Plaster.