Thermal Ceramics: Ceraboard
April 2, 2003
Thermal Ceramics recently announced the introduction of Ceraboard(R), a refractory ceramic fiber board product, into the North American market. The new product offers many high-performance advantages, including high temperature stability, low thermal conductivity, excellent thickness tolerance, low heat storage, rigidity and high cohesive strength, thermal shock resistance, and easy application. Ceraboard, which allows for machining and cutting, consists of 65% silica and 30% alumina with a low level of organic binder. The material's maximum temperature rating is 2300F, and the continuous use temperature rating is 2150F. Ceraboard is marketed in two grades -- Ceraboard-100 and Ceraboard-P. In applications requiring tighter thickness tolerances, Ceraboard-P is ideal. It has +/- 0.05 in. tolerance for boards with average thickness of 0.50 in. and +/- 0.10 in. tolerance for boards with average thickness of 1.00 in.
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