Classification of Fibers

- Jan 12, 2018-

Aluminum silicate fiber is also known as 1260 fiber. 1260 refers to the refractoriness of 1260 ℃ which means its highest temperature is 1260 ℃. The long-term use temperature is about 1000 ℃, and if it is used as insulating layer, the long-term use temperature can reach about 1050 ℃.

High alumina fiber is also known as 1400 fiber whose highest working temperature is 1400 ℃. The long-term use temperature is about 1150 ℃. If used as insulating layer, the long-term use temperature can reach about 1200 ℃.

zirconium contained fiber, also known as 1430 fiber, has the highest working temperature of 1430 ℃. The long time using temperature is about 1250 ℃. If used as insulating layer, the long-term use temperature can reach 1300 ℃.

High aluminum polycrystalline mullite fiber, also known as 1500 fiber, has the highest working temperature of 1500 ℃. The long time using temperature is about 1350 ℃. If used as insulating layer, the long-term use temperature can reach 1400 ℃.

Multicrystal mullite refractory fiber, also known as 1600 fiber, has the highest working temperature of 1600 ℃. The long time using temperature is about 1450 ℃. If used as insulating layer, the long-term use temperature can reach 1500 ℃.

Polycrystalline alumina fiber, also known as 1800 fiber, has the highest working temperature of 1800 ℃. The long time using temperature is about 1650 ℃. If used as insulating layer, the long-term use temperature can reach 1700 ℃.