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Morgan Advanced Ceramics Ultrafelt Paper Thermal Ceramic
Categories: Ceramic; Oxide

Material Notes: Ultrafelt Paper is a completely inorganic paper made from ceramic fibre which has mechanical strength comparable with that of most conventional ceramic fibre papers and which retains its strength to high temperature. The long fibres, a low shot content and a special needling operation form a strong product, easy to handle. Ultrafelt Paper can be used at temperatures of up to 1100°C with minimal loss in strength. It is recommended for applications that require a binder free product which has a good high temperature strength. Ultrafelt Paper has good chemical stability with resistance to most chemicals. Exceptions include phosphoric and hydrofluoric acids and strong alkalies. There is no water of combination and an extremely low boron content.

Applications:

  • Heat treatment: separator between the material being treated and its support
  • Heat shields
  • Parting agent between parts and conveyor belt for brazing furnace operations
  • Glass sagger mould linings
  • Die cut shapes for household appliances
  • Heat distributions and diffusion and mechanical cushioning in aircraft honeycomb brazing
  • Fire protection

Information provided by Morgan Advanced Materials

Key Words: Thermal Ceramics
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Available Properties
  • Density
  • Density
  • Density
  • Thermal Conductivity, at 160kg/m3, 2.5mm thick
  • Thermal Conductivity, at 160kg/m3, 2.5mm thick
  • Thermal Conductivity, at 160kg/m3, 2.5mm thick
  • Thermal Conductivity, at 160kg/m3, 2.5mm thick
  • Thermal Conductivity, at 160kg/m3, 2.5mm thick
  • Al2O3
  • SiO2
  
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