ArmorWool papers include a wide range of benefits, including high fiber index, ultra low-shot technology, smooth surface and low dust, excellent insulation performance, and more.

Typical applications for ArmorWool papers are as a filler for expansion joints between pre-casted shapes and IFB lines, gaskets in furnaces with reducing temperatures and separating and parting media for vacuum-brazing applications.

ArmorWool papers have classification temperatures from 2200°F to 2900°F and continuous use temperatures of 1950°F to 2700°F.


Standard Grade Papers

ArmorWool X

ArmorWool X Paper is produced from ArmorWool X bulk and special selected fillers. With a classification temperature of 2300°F, it is recommended for use up to 2100°F.

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ArmorWool ZR

Based on ArmorWool ZR bulk, ArmorWool ZR Paper is providing a proven solution in applications operating to temperatures of 2400°F.

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Special Grade Paper

ArmorWool 2900

ArmorWool 2900 Special Grade Paper has a classification temperature of 2900°F and is a superior paper product. It is manufactured from a mixture of mullite fibers, special grade Refractory Ceramic Fiber (RCF), and specialty organic binders and uses an optimized production process to manufacture uniform, lightweight, low shot, and flexible paper-like products.

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AES Grade Paper

ArmorWool AES

ArmorWool AES Paper is manufactured from Alkaline Earth Silicate (AES) bulk fiber and special selected fillers. Using an optimized production process to manufacture uniform, lightweight, low shot and flexible paper-like products, they are targeted to achieve the highest possible thermal insulation value and handling strength.

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