Ceramic Fibre Jointing Paper
Advanced Seals & Gaskets Ltd work with worldwide suppliers, sourcing the highest quality materials for use in specialist sealing, insulating and gasketing applications. One such material is Ceramic Fibre Jointing Paper, also called ceramic fibre paper.
Ceramic fibre jointing paper is manufactured in thicknesses between 1mm and 8mm, widths of up to 1260mm and various roll lengths of 40meters to 330 meters depending on thickness.
As we carry out all our conversion on-site, we can manufacture or cut these down to bespoke widths and lengths, into sheets from 1m x 1m in size or even into a variety of usable products such as pads, gaskets, washers and strips, all of which are made to order using one of many machines such as log cutters, strippers, bandsaws and presses.
Our on-site laminating service also allows us to supply gasket paper coated with a range of self-adhesives, foils and even laminated to other materials.
What is Ceramic Fibre Jointing Paper?
Ceramic fibre jointing paper is manufactured using a combination of paper making techniques, ceramic fibre (alumina silicate) and organic binders.
The binders are carefully selected to ensure they do not release unpleasant odours or toxins when they burn during application.
The process of manufacturing this material ensures an accurate thickness and uniform structure is formed to ensure the reliability of the product.
For information on Ceramic Fibre Jointing Paper please complete the following quick enquiry or call us on +44(0)1384 252555.
Specification & Key Characteristics
- Temperature: works up to +1260°C (melting point 1800°C)
- Colour: White
- Thicknesses available: 1mm - 8mm
- Density: 200-400 kg/m3 (depending on grade)
- Resistances: heat shock, vibration, extreme temperatures, electrical conductivity, some
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Help and guidance
If you would like to speak to a representative to discuss your specific application or requirements please call our sales office direct on 01384 469100, alternatively you can send an E-mail. Simply click on the link and forward us your details along with your question and we will contact you immediately.
Samples - Technical Ceramic Fibre Jointing Paper
Samples can be submitted for testing upon request.
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Why use Ceramic Fibre Jointing Paper?
Ceramic fibre paper is an extremely flexible, lightweight material with a uniform fibre structure offering resistance to thermal shock, fire and provides exceptional tensile and dielectric strength.
When used with naked flames, once ignited, the binding agents used will burn out, leaving the fibres behind which act as a thermal barrier at temperatures up to +1260°C.
Ceramic fibre jointing paper can be used as a replacement for asbestos (the original toxic type) such as for boiler or pipework insulation in very high-temperature environments.
Advantages of using Ceramic Fibre Jointing Paper
Using Ceramic Fibre Jointing Paper offers a number of advantages, mainly its ability to perform in temperatures up to +1260°C, so can be used in applications where there are extremely high temperatures, open flames or sparks.
Ceramic Fibre Jointing Paper can be used as electrical or high-pressure insulation, refractory or hot top linings, heat shielding (crucial in the automotive and aerospace industries), as shielding or high-temperature gaskets and wraps.
Ceramic Fibre Paper is manufactured in a range of roll lengths and thicknesses, making it suitable for large surface applications or for cutting out small parts to order.
Benefits of using Ceramic Fibre Jointing Paper
- Works in temperatures up to +1260°C.
- flexible and lightweight.
- Insulates against thermal shock and vibration
- Easy to cut.
- Some chemical resistance
- Low thermal conductivity
Where can Ceramic Fibre Jointing Paper be used:
- Wrap around pipework
- High-Temperature gasket applications
- Seals in ovens, kilns, furnaces and boilers
- Fire protection
- Automotive heat shielding and silencer insulations
- Molten metal transfer systems
- Expansion joints
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