Superwool® Fibre meets the requirements requested under NOTA Q. All Superwool® Fibre products are exonerated from classification and labelling regulation in Europe.
The Morgan Thermal Ceramics Superwool® Fibre family of products offers a versatile alternative to traditional insulation solutions for commercial, industrial, and transportation applications. Superwool® Fibre products are special alkaline earth composition fibers that have been uniquely engineered to offer advantages in high temperature insulation applications:
- low thermal conductivity
- low bio-persistence
- low linear shrinkage up to their use limit
Two grades are available:
- Superwool® PLUS™ Fibre Classification Temperature 1200°C (2192°F)
- Superwool® HT Fibre (formerly Superwool® 607® HT) Classification Temperature 1300°C (2372°F)
These lightweight wool fibres are manufactured using QS 9000/ISO 9002-certified processes. and can be bagged as bulk, air laid into blankets, converted into boards and shapes, converted into folded modules, blended with liquid binders for coatings and cements, mixed with other materials for wear and friction resistance.
Superwool® HT Fibre
Within a year, the quality of Superwool® HT Fibre has been significantly improved in the areas of tensile strength and shot content to reach levels similar to our reference product Superwool® 607®.
Furthermore the product range is now enlarged and the thermal insulating performance improved. This reflects Thermal Ceramics' commitment to implement continuous improvement in all its production processes.
Since its launch in 2005, knowledge & experience from our production team in the manufacturing of this product combined with superior process control allows us to share with you the benefits of new improved Superwool® 607® HT Fibre.
- Improved tensile strength
- Improved compression & resilience
- Improved blanket product range
- Improved thermal properties
- Improved production consistency
- Improved lower shot content
- Improved compatibility
To view our range of Superwool® resources, please click here
- Low Mass kiln car construction
- Base Seals
- Gaskets in Furnaces