Ceramic fiber Textile
Ceramic fiber Textile




Ceramic fiber textiles contain the rope, tape, yarn and cloth. ceramic fiber textiles are woven or braided from yarn consisting of refractory ceramic fiber with approximately 20% organic fiber. Inserted materials are reinforced into the yarn to increase the tensile strength of fibers. Stainless steel inserts are available for obtaining maximum strength at high temperatures. Glass filament inserts are used in applications where electrical resistance is required, ceramic fiber textiles have been a workable insulation materials for thermal gaskets and wrapping, its unique functions and features are gaining more popularity in the high temperature insulations.


Low thermal conductivity

Low heat storage

Reduces fume emission around refractory

Excellent thermal shock resistance

Resistance to gas velocity

Easy to install

Adheres to most ceramic and metallic surface

Excellent corrosion resistance

Inert to most chemicals

Impermeable to molten aluminum, zinc, copper & lead

Asbestos free

Typical Applications

Gasket and wrapping material

Cable and wire insulation

Welding curtains and blankets

Furnace curtains & heat zone separators

Fuel line insulation

Expansion joints

High temperature seals and packing in furnaces

Door seals for stoves and ovens

Thermally insulating pipe wrap

Kiln car seals