High Alumina Bricks
Fused AZS Zirconia Corundum Bricks
Lightweight Mullite Bricks
Low Creep High Alumina Bricks
Fire Clay Bricks
Acid-Resistant High Alumina Bricks
Low Creep Fire Clay Bricks
High Alumina Insulation Bricks
Phosphate High Alumina Bricks
High Alumina Refractory Bubble Bricks
Corundum Mullite Bricks
Chrome Corundum Bricks
High Alumina Refractory Castables
Corundum Mullite Castables
Zirconia-Corundum Casting Castables
Steel Fiber Castables
High Alumina Insulating Castables
Silicon Carbide Castables
Magnesia Alumina Spinel Castables
Refractory Ramming Mass
High Alumina Refractory Mortar
High Alumina Refractory Cement
Acid Resistant Castables
Alkali Proof Castables
Silicon Carbide Refractories
Refractory Precast Blocks
Chrome Corundum Casting Castables
Chrome Corundum Refractory Bricks
Refractory Ceramic Balls
Refractory Honeycomb Ceramic Regenerator
Refractory Corundum Ceramic Balls
Home > News
Inorganic insulation materials can be used to replace fiber products for kiln insulation. Inorganic thermal insulation materials are a type of material with excellent thermal insulation properties in high-temperature environments. They are usually made of inorganic minerals, such as alumina, silicon oxide, magnesium oxide, etc.
Compared with fiber products (such as refractory fibers), inorganic thermal insulation materials have some advantages and applicability, such as:
High-Temperature Resistance: Inorganic insulation materials are generally able to withstand higher temperatures because they are composed of inorganic minerals that are resistant to high temperatures.
Resistance to vibration and mechanical stress: Due to their hard nature, inorganic insulation materials have better resistance to vibration and mechanical stress and are suitable for some environments that require higher durability.
Resistance to chemical corrosion: Inorganic insulation materials have good resistance to chemical corrosion and can be used in some applications involving corrosive gases or chemicals.
Stability: The performance of inorganic thermal insulation materials is relatively stable under long-term high temperatures and is not prone to pyrolysis, decomposition, or reduction of thermal insulation performance.
However, some issues need to be noted
Weight: Inorganic insulation materials are generally dense and relatively heavy. This may affect the design of some applications.
Thermal Conductivity: Some inorganic insulation materials may have higher thermal conductivity compared to refractory fibers and may require thicker layer thicknesses to achieve the same insulation effect.
Processing Difficulty: Some inorganic insulation materials can be relatively difficult to process and install.
Whenever possible, material selection should be based on specific application requirements, budget, and available resources. Whichever material you choose, you need to ensure that it provides the required insulating properties and durability to meet your kiln insulation needs.
Home Tel Email Inquiry