Vermiculite Coated Fibreglass Cloth

Fiberglass cloth coated with vermiculite has a high temperature resistance reaching up to 1000oC, which means it can withstand direct flame. This makes it ideal for applications in blast furnaces and in the metallurgical industry. It also is a good thermal insulator.

1000oC- short-term working temperature
800oC- continuous working temperature
Vermiculite Coated Fibreglass Cloth

Examples of Application:

  • Protection against splashes of molten metal in metallurgical industry
  • Heat protection curtains for furnace doors

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