Superwool® Plus™ high-temperature fiber insulation is now available. The material can be used for repairing and lining aluminum furnaces, and can reduce the frequency of relining operations when compared to the industry standard. Improved insulation efficiency can also result in decreased operating costs.
A breakthrough in the company’s advanced manufacturing control has allowed the product to be engineered to maximize the fiber content. As a result, Superwool Plus insulating fiber reportedly offers up to 20% lower thermal conductivity than competitive fiber insulation materials. The maximized fiber content can reduce radiant heat transfer and make the insulation an option for lining heat-treat furnaces for aluminum and other non-ferrous metals, homogenizing furnaces for aluminum casters, and in expansion joints in the brick linings of carbon anode bake furnaces.
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