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Ceramic Fiber Specialties

The ceramic fiber specialties family includes moldables, pumpables, caulks, coating cement, rigidizers, tamping mixes, and other various materials. Many of these products contain a wet, inorganic binder to provide both strength and hardness at elevated temperatures. Our wide range of product forms provides a choice of materials to address a wide range of application problems, such as resistance to hot gas erosion, flame impingement, the ability to be formed into special shapes and configurations, installation into blind hot spots and hard-to-insulate areas. Specialties also possess the advantages inherent in other ceramic fiber insulating materials: high-temperature resistance, excellent insulating properties, thermal shock resistance, chemical stability, and ease of installation. Ceramic fiber cement contains alumina-silica fibers suspended in a water-based binder. The type and use of cement determine the size of the fibers and the make-up of the binder. Some are watered down to be painted on with a brush or roller and some are spackled on or pumped with a caulk gun.

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