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Mattech: High Temp Refractory Boards

December 11, 2000
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MATTECH Corp. has developed new high temperature refractory boards called HDFractalins™. Made from HMG1 material, this non-fibrous product can withstand temperatures up to 1850°C. According to the company, its HDFractalins™ have excellent low thermal conductivity, high thermal shock resistance, and chemical and mechanical stability, with a density of 0.9 g/cc. The new FiberFree™ boards can reportedly be used for a variety of applications without posing serious health risk.

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