ArmorWool blankets offer many benefits, including proven technical solutions, ultra low-shot technology, excellent insulation performance and thermal stability, high handling strength and many more.
A few of their applications include thermal insulation for furnace linings, stacks and chimneys and module making and are ideal for the following industries: ceramics and glass, iron and steel.
ArmorWool ZR Board, with a classiﬁcation temperature of 2600°F, is a proven solution in applications operating up to temperatures of 2400°F.
ArmorWool HP is produced by advanced spinning of a high purity blend of alumina and silica. It is designed to meet the specifications of a high purity fiber.Data Sheet
With the addition of zirconia, ArmorWool ZR provides a proven solution in applications continuously operating to temperatures of 2400°F. The chemical composition of ArmorWool ZR is the preferred solution in most applications in the iron and steel, ceramics, or petrochemical industries.Data Sheet
With an increased alumina, a 2550°F grade blanket was achieved without the use of zirconia. In atmospheres with higher levels of alkali, ArmorWool HA has proven to extend the lifetime of the fiber lining. The chemical composition of ArmorWool HA is the preferred solution in special applications for the iron and steel industry.Data Sheet
ArmorWool CR provides the highest classification and continuous use temperature of all melt/spun fibers using Chromium Oxide. With a classification temperature of 2700°F, it is recommended for use up to 2500°F. It is unaffected by most chemicals and can be used in the most severe operating condition.Data Sheet
ArmorWool PCW has high thermal insulation properties, high heat resistance, with thermal stability of insulation materials up to 2912°F and excellent resiliency under 2372°F and good tensile strength retention after heating. It is ideal for applications in automotive and steel industries.Data Sheet
ArmorWool AES Blanket is manufactured from Alkaline Earth Silicate (AES), using ultra low-shot (ULS) technology, achieving improved thermal conductivity and mechanical strength, as a result of the high fiber index. This technology provides the highest possible thermal insulation value, higher strength, greater resiliency after compression, and better handling strength. ArmorWool AES is a low biopersistence product and requires no warning label.Data Sheet
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