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Thermal Ceramics K-Shield AG Felt
Categories: Ceramic; Oxide; Aluminum Oxide

Material Notes: Meets BMS9-19 and AMS 3680 Rev. C specifications.

K-Shield Felt products are produced from premium, cleaned Kaowool high-purity fibers and a special thermosetting binder system in a unique paper-making process. The cleaning process improves the thermal conductivity, insulating value, and vibration resistance of the felt, while also making it an ideal product for die-cutting, fabrication, and handling. K-Shield Felts are both compressible and resilient, while exhibiting excellent flexibility and handling strengths. The special binder system eliminates smoke problems and allows for minimal off-gassing. Due to their unique semi-rigid yet flexible form, K-Shield Felts offer some special properties in comparison to traditional blankets and papers.

The standard K-Shield Felt, K-Shield Felt LS, and K-Shield Felt AG are premium, low-shot products produced from cleaned high-purity ceramic fibers. The K-Shield Felt LS is a very clean, lower-shot product developed for those very demanding applications. These products have very low thermal conductivities and exhibit excellent vibration resistance.

The K-Shield Felt AG is designed specifically for aerospace insulation applications and is approved for both the BMS9-19 and AMS 3680-Rev. C specifications. These approvals include meeting specific tests related to optimum performance in aerospace insulation applications.

Features:

  • Low thermal conductivity and heat storage
  • Excellent flexibility with good handling strength for fabrication and die-cutting
  • High temperature stability
  • Low organic binder content with minimal off-gassing
  • Low shot (unfiberized material) content
  • Lightweight, yet resilient
  • Continuous use limit of 2300°F (1260°C)
  • Applications:

  • Automotive heat shields and muffler insulation
  • Aerospace insulation
  • High-temperature gasketing
  • Commercial and domestic appliance insulation
  • Expansion joints
  • Parting agent in heat treating and metal working
  • Glassware separator
  • Information provided by Thermal Ceramics

    Data has not been recently verified. Please contact manufacturer for current information.

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    • Thermal Conductivity, ASTM 117
    • Thermal Conductivity, ASTM 117
    • Thermal Conductivity, ASTM 117
    • Thermal Conductivity, ASTM 117
    • Thermal Conductivity, ASTM 117
    • Thermal Conductivity, ASTM 117
    • Thermal Conductivity, ASTM 117
    • Thermal Conductivity, ASTM 117
    • Thermal Conductivity, ASTM 117
    • Melting Point
    • Maximum Service Temperature, Air
    • Al2O3
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