Morgan Thermal Ceramics Superwool® Fibre bulks are manufactured to offer excellent performance in high-temperature applications. Our Superwool® Fibre bulks 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 bulks are unaffected by incidental spills of oil or water and their thermal and physical properties are restored after drying. They are designed from raw material Calcium-Magnesium-Silicate (CMS) and can be altered to achieve a customer’s desired properties of fibre diameter, shot content, fibre length and form.
Morgan Thermal Ceramics Superwool® Fibre bulks have excellent features such as low biopersistance and heat storage, thermal stability and god resistance to tearing. This material is flexible and resilient, immune to thermal shock and has an excellent thermal insulating performance.
These bulks are ideally suited to individual applications and are available in chopped, un-chopped, lubricated, non-lubricated forms. The maximum continuous use temperature depends on the application.
Traditional applications are:
- Expansion joints construction
- Base seals
- Low mass kiln car construction
- Tube seal fabrication
- Thermal and acoustical insulation
- As primary raw material for high temperature converted and engineering fibers
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® Plus™ Fibre bulk consists of a loose mass of randomly orientated, bio soluble fibres. Superwool® Plus™ Fibre bulk has excellent thermal stability and retains its original soft fibrous structure up to its maximum continuous use temperature of 1000°. Find out more information on the Superwool Plus™ Fibre brand.