Morgan Thermal Ceramics offers Superwool® Fibre blankets which are manufactured to offer excellent performance in high-temperature applications.
Our Superwool® Fibre blankets offer an alternative to traditional solutions due to its high refractoriness and excellent non-wetting characteristics with molten Aluminum. They also provide stability and resistance to chemical attack, however, exceptions include hydrofluoric acid, phosphoric acid and strong alkalies (i.e. NaOH, KOH). Our Superwool® Fibre blankets are unaffected by incidental spills of oil or water and their thermal and physical properties are restored after drying. These blankets are designed from pure raw Calcium-Magnesium-Silicate (CMS) raw materials and can be altered to achieve desired properties such as fibre diameter, shot content, fibre length and form.
Our Superwool® Fibre blankets are ideally suited to individual customer applications and are available in a wide range of thicknesses and densities. The maximum continuous use temperature depends on the application.
Typical applications include:
- expansion joint construction
- base seals
- low-mass kiln car construction
- tube seal fabrication
- thermal and acoustical insulation
Superwool® HT Fibre (formerly Superwool® 607® HT)
The only biopersistent fibre available with a classification temperature of 1300°C.
Superwool® Plus™ Fibre
New and improved Superwool® 607® Fibre. An Engineered solution which saves Energy and respects the Environment. Superwool® PlusTM Fibre Blanket has excellent thermal stability and retains its original soft fibrous structure up to its maximum continuous use temperature.